Salvia is a legally available drug. It is sold online and in so called ‘brick and mortar’ shops. Everything is above board and legal, so long as you are not in one of the few US States that have deigned it necessary to make the drug illegal (or at least control its use and distribution in some way). As Salvia has been exposed more to the limelight — ironically enough th exposure generally comes from those who would like to see it banned on a federal level — so have more people been inclined to experiment with the naturally occurring hallucinogenic.

One of the companies that sells Salvia legally online is Arena Ethnobotanicals of Encinitas, California. Manager John Boyd was pleased with the latest drive to see Salvia banned. Why? Because of the massive spike in sales it has inadvertently produced:

“We have huge volume for the New York region and have had a 1,000 percent increase over the last few months”

Other online sellers have concurred with this opinion. Many sellers are holding ‘end of line’ sales as they fear that their business is in jeopardy. It is possible — for example here on Salvia Dragon — to buy in bulk. This is cheaper and easier for the customer and the seller is happier with shifting larger volumes, too.

The process of bringing a federal law into fruition is a long and drawn out one; nonetheless it is likely that this will happen eventually. Perhaps if the democrats win the the election then this will be put on the back burner. We will see the law made at some point, though. So if you are thinking of buying Salvia in bulk then you should think about doing it sooner rather than later! Always check your State’s rules and regulations relating to the possession and use of Salvia before you buy.