Hot water extraction from dried Salvia Divinorum leaves
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|Hot water extraction from dried Salvia Divinorum leaves|
|Common names||Salvia, Salvia divinorum, Diviner's Sage, Ska María Pastora, Seer's Sage, Sally|
|Substitutive name||Salvinorin A|
|Systematic name||methyl (2S,4aR,6aR,7R,9S,10aS,10bR)-9-(acetyloxy)-2-(furan-3-yl)-6a,10b-dimethyl-4,10-dioxododecahydro-2H-benzo[f]isochromene-7-carboxylate|
|Routes of Administration|
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- 4 grams dried Salvia Divinorum leaves
- 300ml tap water
- 5-8 teaspoons of sugar or honey
- One small pan
- One glass
- The pan with the water should be put into the fire until it boils.
- While boiling, the Salvia leaves should be added and then stirred. The water must continue boiling.
- The boiling and stirring should continue for at least five minutes without interruption.
- After that, the infusion should be left to simmer for any time longer than 15 minutes.
- The leaves should now be strained out and the extraction poured into the glass.
- If done properly, after adding the sugar the extraction is ready for consumption.
- Salvinorin A is not active orally, so it must be absorbed by the oral mucosa to be effective.
- The extraction must be sipped.
- Each sip must stay in the mouth (specifically in the sublingual area) for 15 - 20 seconds.
- If properly consumed, the first effects come in around 2 - 3 minutes.