Salvia illegal in Florida

June 12, 2008

Florida has banned Salvia divinorum. In fact it bans all “hallucinogenic herbs”. This means the hallucinatory (the psychedelic or entheogenic) experience is off limits to human beings living in that state.

“The hallucinogenic herb law (HB 1363) makes Salvia divinorum illegal and puts it in the same class of controlled substances as marijuana and LSD. Possessing the herb, often sold on the Internet, will be a felony punishable by up to five years in prison, when the law goes into effect July 1.”

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Source: Northwest Florida Daily News