US Air Force bans Salvia

June 17, 2010

Members of the US Air Force are no longer allowed to seek new highs through any substances “that are inhaled, injected, consumed, or introduced into the body in any manner to alter mood or function” – lawful use of alcohol or tobacco excluded. This is stated in a memo that was signed by the Air Force surgeon general.

The memo comes in response to several cases where salvia divnorum and herbal smoke mixtures (that contain synthetic cannabinoids) were found on US airforce bases. Via: Air Force Times