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Valdes, III LJ, Hatfield GM, Paul AG, Koreeda M. 
“Studies of Salvia divinorum (Lamiaceae), an Studies of Salvia divinorum (Lamiaceae), an Hallucinogenic Mint from the Sierra Mazateca in Oaxaca, Centeral Mexico Oaxaca, Central Mexico1”. 
Economic Botany. 1987 Feb;41(2):283-91.
Salvia divinorum Epling & Jativa-M. is one of the vision-inducing plants used in ritual curing by the Mazatec Indians of central Mexico. The present status of research is summarized. Experiments with material collected at different Oaxacan sites confirmed that the mint has white (rather than blue) flowers with a purple calyx and that flowering is induced by short daylength.
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