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Salvia Studies Hold Promise for Addiction
Hallucinogen Salvia Is Safe, Could Open Door to New Class of Drugs for Pain Therapies
Marijuana Use No Longer Dropping Among U.S. Teens
Federal report cites lower rates for meth and smoking, but concerns about prescription abuse.
Is Salvia a Miracle Drug?
Some researchers argue against criminalizing the psychedelic, saying that it could help treat various ailments, including cancer, HIV, and addiction.
A Mind-Blowing World
Psychoactive substances sold on the Internet originate all over the world. Our interactive map shows where some of these plants and herbs come from.
'Salvia Killed My Son,' Says Mother
Teen wrote that "Salvia makes me realize that humans have no reason to be on Earth."
Psychedelic Drugs Just a Click Away Online
The Internet has become a rapidly growing supermarket for herbs, mushrooms and other substances that will get you high-but may also make you very sick.
Hurdles Keep Street Drugs Out of Medicine Chest
From Marijuana to Ecstasy, Scientists Fight to Study Illicit Drugs' Medical Properties
Is Salvia the Next Marijuana?
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - On Web sites touting the mind-blowing powers of salvia divinorum, come-ons to buy the hallucinogenic herb are accompanied by warnings: "Time is running out! stock up while you still can." That's because salvia is being targeted by lawmakers concerned that the inexpensive