Last Updated on January 15, 2022 by Sam
Salvia is an herb that’s been used for hundreds of years in shamanic rituals. The active ingredient, salvinorin-A, causes a short burst of intense euphoria and hallucinations. It has also been known to be the cause of deaths due to overdoses. Here are some tips on how you can keep your plant (and yourself) safe while enjoying their benefits./p
Deadheading is the process of removing spent flowers and leaves from a plant. It’s important to keep your salvias blooming by deadheading them regularly.
The “pruning salvias hot lips” is a method that some people use to keep their plants blooming. The process involves removing the flowers after they are done blooming and then waiting for them to grow back before pruning again.
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