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Get high on Salvia

~~~~~~~~~~~~The federal Drug Enforcement Administration is concerned about 
distribution of Salvia divinorum, an herb that can have hallucinogenic 
qualities when smoked or chewed. Use of this Mexican native plant is 
becoming popular among U.S. teens, and DEA is seeking to make it illegal. 
The price for the plant ranges from $8.95 to $120 per ounce, and it can be 
purchased on the Internet. Source: USA Today.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Anyone grow this variety???  This explains the popularity of the Salvia, huh? 
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

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