Salvia Divinorum an inexpensive and currently legal hallucinogenic herb which is Native to Mexico, is the new Marijuana.
Called nicknames like Sally-D, Magic Mint and Diviner’s Sage, salvia is a hallucinogen that gives users an out-of-body sense of traveling through time and space or merging with inanimate objects. Unlike hallucinogens like LSD or PCP, however, salvia’s effects last for a shorter time, generally up to an hour.
It would be easily mistaken for Salvia which is grown as an ornamental plant in gardens. Salvia Divinorum can be smoked or extract from the leaves can be placed under the tongue where it is absorbed through saliva.
Salvia divinorum only flowers under perfect conditions, so seeds are rare, and when they are achieved they are often sterile. So most growers use cutting which can be grown to full plants.
Nine States have currently banned the sale of the herb, and California is likely to require you be 18 to purchase.