| The Sage Wisdom Salvia Shop! The premiere source for Salvia divinorum.
Offering the finest quality leaves, extracts, seeds, and rare clones. (Sales help support this site.)
| Daniel Siebert's calendar of upcoming Salvia divinorum related public speaking engagements.
|The Salvia divinorum FAQ. Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Salvia divinorum.|
|The Salvia divinorum User's Guide. A basic educational manual.|
|The User's Guide in PDF format. You'll need the Adobe Acrobat Reader to view this file.|
|Le Guide d'utilisation de la Salvia divinorum. Un manuel éducatif de base (The User's Guide in French).|
|La Guia de Usuarios de Salvia divinorum. (The User's Guide in Spanish).|
|La Guida all’uso della Salvia divinorum. (The User's Guide in Italian).|
|How to achieve effects from smoked Salvia divinorum.|
|What's new in the world of Salvia divinorum. (Updated November 22, 2000).|
|How to propagate and grow Salvia divinorum.|
|Trip reports. Including an account of how I first discovered the extraordinary effects of refined salvinorin A.|
|The Salvia divinorum chapter of "Pharmako/poeia" by Dale Pendell. (Also available in an Italian translation).|
|On consulting Salvia divinorum as an oracle. (Also available in an Italian translation)|
|The moon. Choosing a propitious night for a Salvia divinorum ceremony?|
|Salvia divinorum inspired arts. A collection of visual arts, poetry, and audio arts.|
|The virtual Salvia divinorum altar. Ceremonial objects and offerings dedicated to the spirit of the plant.|
|Sagewise A closed membership email based discussion forum for Salvia divinorum researchers and professionals.|
|A listing of Salvia divinorum clones.|
|A map of Salvia divinorum's native region. The red asterisk marks the spot.|
| A beautiful Chime® rendering of salvinorin-A showing electron clouds. Use your mouse to manipulate the molecule!
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|Scanning electron micrographs of a Salvia divinorum seed. Photos by Michael Dunlap.|
|Photomicrographs of a Salvia divinorum leaf. 40x, 100x, 200x, 400x, 1000x. Nice trichomes!|
|A comprehensive bibliography of Salvia divinorum and salvinorin A.|
|How you can help support this site and Salvia divinorum related research.|
Articles from scientific journals, and other publications
|The Botany of Salvia divinorum (Labiatae) by Aaron S. Reisfield. A fantastic HTML version of his paper with lots of great photos. Originally published in SIDA (1993) 15: 349-366.|
| Salvia divinorum and Salvinorin A: New Pharmacologic Findings.
by Daniel Siebert. Journal of Ethnopharmacology (1994).
| High Performance Liquid Chromatographic Quantification of Salvinorin A from Tissues of S. divinorum Epling & Játiva-M.
by Gruber, John W., Daniel J. Siebert, Ara H. Der Marderosian, and Rick S. Hock. Phytochemical Analysis (1999).
| Salvinorin-A: Notes of Caution.
by Daniel Siebert. The Entheogen Review (1994).
| Daniel Siebert Speaks…
Interviewed by Will Beifuss. The Entheogen Review (1999).
| A New Species of Salvia from Mexico.
by Carl Epling and Carlos D. Játiva–M. Botanical Museum Leaflets Harvard University (1962).
| A New Mexican Psychotropic Drug From the Mint Family.
by R. Gordon Wasson. Botanical Museum Leaflets Harvard University (1962).
| Notes on the Present Status of Ololiuhqui and the Other Hallucinogens of Mexico.
by R. Gordon Wasson. Botanical Museum Leaflets Harvard University (1963).
| A Mazatec girl preparing Salvia divinorum leaves on a metate.
Photo taken in 1962 by R. Gordon Wasson.
| In Search of the Magic Plant "Ska Maria Pastora"
in the Mazatec Country.
by Albert Hofmann. From: LSD: My Problem Child (1979).
| Salvinorin, A New trans-Neoclerodane Diterpene from Salvia divinorum (Labiatae).
by Alfredo Ortega, et al. Journal of the Chemical Society Perkins Transactions I (1982).
| Ethnopharmacology of Ska Maria Pastora (Salvia divinorum, Epling and Jativa-M.).
by L.J. Valdés III, et al. Journal of Ethnopharmacology (1983).
|Ethnopharmacology of Ska Maria Pastora (an Italian translation).|
| Divinorin A, a Psychotropic Terpenoid, and Divinorin B from the Hallucinogenic Mexican Mint, Salvia divinorum.
by L.J. Valdés III, et al. Journal of Organic Chemistry (1984).
| Loliolide from Salvia divinorum.
by L.J. Valdés III. Journal of Natural Products (1986).
| Studies of Salvia divinorum (Lamiaceae), an Hallucinogenic Mint from the Sierra Mazateca in Oaxaca, Central Mexico.
by L.J. Valdés III, et al. Economic Botany (1987).
| Salvia divinorum and the Unique Diterpene Hallucinogen, Salvinorin (Divinorin) A.
by L.J. Valdés III. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs (1994).
| "Divinorin C," a New Neoclerodane Diterpene from a Bioactive TLC Fraction of Salvia divinorum.
Lab notes from the desk of L. J. Valdés III. The Salvia divinorum Research and Information Center (2000).
|Some photos of Salvia divinorum from the Sierra Mazateca. by L.J. Valdés III|
| The Absolute Stereochemistry of Salvinorins.
by Koreeda, M., et al. Chemistry Letters (1990).
|Salvinorin: The Psychedelic Essence of Salvia divinorum. An extraordinary book by D.M.Turner (1996).|
| Salvia divinorum Epling et Játiva-M. (Labiatae): An Ethnopharmacological Investigation.
by Sherry A. Rovinsky. McNair Scholarly Review (1998).
| The Mushrooms of Language by Henry Munn. This essay provides valuable insight into the Mazatec shamanic world.
|NovaScreen® receptor selectivity report on salvinorin-A.|
|Salvia divinorum Epling et Jativa by Jonathan Ott. Eleusis, n. 4, pp. 31-39, 1996.|
|"Sage Wisdom" An article from TRP Magazine.|
|Cultivating Diviner's Sage by Will Beifuss (from TRP Magazine).|
Additional information on Salvia divinorum and related topics
|Lycaeum's Salvia Archives.|
|Salvia Trip Reports at Lycaeum.|
|Erowid - Salvia divinorum page.|
|Something from the Heffter Research Institute.|
|USDA info on Salvia divinorum.|
|A photo of Lagochilus inebrans in bloom. An intriguing psychoactive member of the Labiatae.|
|Salvia splendens. A psychoactive sage???|
|The Council on Spiritual Practices. Dedicated to making direct experience of the sacred more available to more people.|
|The Drug Policy Foundation. An independent, nonprofit organization favoring alternatives to the current war on drugs.|
|The Alchemind Society. Seeking to establish, promote, and protect "cognitive liberty".|
|MAPS (The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies). Supporting psychedelic research since 1986.|
|The Lycaeum The world's largest entheogenic database and community.|
|The Media Awareness Project A worldwide network dedicated to drug policy reform.|
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