The subjective experience of acute, experimentally-induced Salvia divinorum inebriation.

@article{Addy2015TheSE,
  title={The subjective experience of acute, experimentally-induced Salvia divinorum inebriation.},
  author={Peter H. Addy and Albert Perez Garcia-Romeu and Matthew J. Metzger and Jenny Wade},
  journal={Journal of psychopharmacology},
  year={2015},
  volume={29 4},
  pages={426-35}
}
This study examined the overall psychological effects of inebriation facilitated by the naturally-occurring plant hallucinogen Salvia divinorum using a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial. Thirty healthy individuals self-administered Salvia divinorum via combustion and inhalation in a quiet, comfortable research setting. Experimental sessions, post-session interviews, and 8-week follow-up meetings were audio recorded and transcribed to provide the primary qualitative material… CONTINUE READING
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