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Salvia divinorum
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by Erowid
Archived Images #
Salvia divinorum (Diviner's Mint, Ska Pastora) #
Nice photo of a Salvia divinorum plant grown from seed and showing purple leaf tinting, due to cold air temperatures. [Australia]
Photo by Cranky Joe Wallaby. © 2013 Erowid.org
Color photo of three leaves.
Photo by knehnav. Used by Erowid with permission.
Small color photo of a Salvia divinorum branch.
Photo by Eric van Es, © 1999 Erowid.org
Close-up color photo of the leaves of a Salvia divinorum plant.
Photo by Christopher B, © 2000 Erowid.org
Color photo of a capsule containing several tiny and rare S. divinorum seeds. [São Paulo, Brazil]
Photo by F. Conte, © 2001 Erowid.org
Color photo of two Salvia divinorum leaves.
Photo by Anonymous Photographer, © 2000 Erowid.org
Nice color photo of Salvia divinorum plants growing indoors under lights and with ground heating .
Photo by MeneerCactus, © 2004 Erowid.org
Color photo of a single newly potted rooted S. divinorum cutting [S. CA, USA].
Photo by K. Trout. Used by Erowid with permission.
Photo showing two young Salvia divinorum plants [Netherlands].
Photo by Tjolluf, © 2004 Erowid.org
Photo showing two five month old Salvia divinorum plants [Netherlands].
Photo by Tjolluf, © 2004 Erowid.org
Close-up color photo of a S. divinorum plant [Netherlands].
Photo by Tjolluf, © 2004 Erowid.org
Close-up of a Salvia divinorum seedling showing cotyledons and first true leaves. Seeds are sown fresh, they appear to be recalcitrant. Seed set is low but Australian native bees seem to help pollinate flowers. [Australia]
Photo by Cranky Joe Wallaby. © 2012 Erowid.org
Photo showing three Salvia divinorum plants growing in a window.
Photo by MeneerCactus, © 2004 Erowid.org
Single potted Salvia divinorum growing in Hydroculture.
Photo by MeneerCactus, © 2004 Erowid.org
Color photo of a densely leaved Salvia divinorum plant.
Photo by Camel, © 2004 Erowid.org
Two large potted Salvia divinorum plants growing in September. [BC, Canada]
Photo by twobytwice. © 2009 Erowid.org
Color photo of several small Salvia divinorum plants.
Photo by Murple, © 2000 Erowid.org
Color photo of nice Salvia divinorum growing indoors.
Photographer unknown.
Color photo from above of many S. divinorum plants growing side by side.
Photographer unknown.
Color photo of single large plant against a brick wall.
Photographer unknown.
Black and white photo of a Salvia branch.
Photo from Salvinorin, by D.M. Turner
Salvia divinorum Flowers #
Close-up color photo of Salvia divinorum flower.
Photo by Jeroen from Knehnav. Used by Erowid with permission.
Color photo of a flowering Salvia divinorum.
Photo by Jeroen from Knehnav. Used by Erowid with permission.
Budding and flowering Salvia divinorum. [HI, USA]
Photo by Aut Fleming. © 2007 Erowid.org
Color photo of a flowering Salvia divinorum.
Photo by Chris Kamarampi, © 2004 Erowid.org
Color photo of a stalk of Salvia divinorum flowers.
Photo by Chris Kamarampi, © 2004 Erowid.org
Salvia divinorum Seeds #
Salvia divinorum flower calyx showing 2 mature and viable seeds. [Australia]
Photo by Cranky Joe Wallaby. © 2013 Erowid.org
Dried Salvia divinorum #
Photo showing a 25 gram bag of dried Salvia divinorum leaves.
Photo by M. MacQueen, © 2004 Erowid.org
Extreme close-up of a single dried Salvia divinorum leaf.
Photo by Ideris [ideris@libertythink.com], © 2004 Erowid.org
Close-up of dried Salvia divinorum leaves.
Photo by Ideris [ideris@libertythink.com], © 2004 Erowid.org
Color photo of dried and crushed Salvia divinorum leaves.
Photo by Ideris [ideris@libertythink.com], © 2004 Erowid.org
Salvia divinorum Botanical Drawings #
Black and white botanical drawing of S. divinorum.
From "A new species of Salvia from Mexico", by Epling C and Javita-M CD. (1962).
Color drawing of flowering plant.
Drawing by Elmer W. Smith, published in 'A Golden Guide Hallucinogenic Plants' by Richard Evans Schultes.
Salvia divinorum Extracts #
Photo showing a small pile of Salvia divinorum 5x Extract on leaf [N. CA, USA].
Photo by Erowid, © 2004 Erowid.org
Photo showing a small pile of Salvia divinorum 5x Extract on leaf [N. CA, USA].
Photo by Erowid, © 2004 Erowid.org
Photo showing a small baggie of Salvia divinorum 5x Extract .
Photo by H. Matezl Jr., © 2004 Erowid.org
Photo of a commercial 5X Salvia divinorum Extract product named "Holy Smoke".
Photo by Lytheon. © 2006 Erowid.org
Salvia splendens #
Color photo of small plant growing in a garden.
Photographer unknown.
Molecules #
Still 2D image of the Salvinorin-A molecule.
Image by Erowid, © 1999 Erowid.org
Still 3D image of the Salvinorin-A molecule.
Image by Erowid, © 1999 Erowid.org
Rotating 3D image of the Salvinorin-A molecule.
Image by Erowid, © 1999 Erowid.org
Still 2D image of the Salvinorin-B molecule.
Image by Erowid, © 1999 Erowid.org
Still 3D image of the Salvinorin-B molecule.
Image by Erowid, © 1999 Erowid.org
Rotating 3D image of the Salvinorin-B molecule.
Image by Erowid, © 1999 Erowid.org
Submissions and Credits #
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