Author: Jan Scholten
665.55.17 Salvia divinorum
Content: salvinorin, a hallucinogenic.
Inhibited, not assertive, irresolute, suppressed anger, < parent, father domineering in childhood, exhibited frequent fits of rage.
Calm, not movable, catatonic, inward, averse outer stimuli.
Highly spiritual, entheogenic, trance like, shamanic, useful for meditation.
Lack of body control, aware of external things, individual personality.
Spontaneous laughter, mild closed-eye visuals, stuttering or strobing visual effects, changes in depth perception and a heightened sense of colour and texture.
Delusions of wind, physical pressure, hearing voices, flanging of sound, significant open and closed-eye visuals, fractal patterns, geometric shapes; fully formed visions of other places, people and events, < eyes closed; experiencing alternate realities, contact with beings or entities, dissolution of one's ego and dissociation; merge with objects, an inanimate object, a wall, furniture; a lifetime as another person.
Delusions: extremely pleasant or very frightening and confusing.
Vertigo: sensations of falling.