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Salvia divinorum is an herb in the mint family. It has been used for centuries in religious ceremonies by the Mazatec Indians, a native people who live in Oaxaca, Mexico. The Mazatecs believe it is an incarnation of the Virgin Mary.
Salvia divinorum is also taken by mouth as a medicine for diarrhea, headache, joint pain (rheumatism), stomachbloating, and as a tonic and end-of-life remedy. It is taken to regulate urination and bowel movements.
Salvia divinorum contains chemicals that can cause hallucinations. These chemicals are destroyed by digestive juices. There isnt much information about how diviners sage might work as a medicine.