Holy Salvia (Eng.)
Part of the fragrant perrenial mint family. A psychoactive plant which can induce visions and other spiritual experiences when it is smoked, consumed as a tea or just by chewing. Plant is legal in some countries. Salvia is derived from the meaning to save, an indicator of the incredible healing capibilities. There are two commonly cultivated strains which are known to be distinct, the Bunnell strain and the Blosser or Palatable strain. There are other strains that are not as well documented, such as the Luna strain (possibly Bunnell) isolated from a Hawaiian patch of Salvia divinorum clones, featuring unusually serrated and rounded rather than ovate leaves.