Is salvia legal in illinois?

Answer Salvia Divinorum is considered a Schedule I drug and is illegal in Illinois. The law prohibits purchasing, growing or possessing any part of the plant including seeds or any other material that can... Read More »

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Is salvia divinorum legal in Illinois?

Illinois made Salvia divinorum illegal on January 1, 2008 as part of changes to the state's controlled substances act, according to the Illinois General Assembly. The law included any part or produ... Read More »

Is it legal to buy salvia?

It is legal to buy salvia in many states. However, salvia is illegal to buy or posses in some states including Florida, Louisiana, Tennessee, Oklahoma and Maine. Consider your state laws, as posses... Read More »

Is salvia legal in Minnesota?

Salvia is legal to purchase in the state of Minnesota. The herb, Salvia divinorum, causes mind-altering or psychedelic properties when smoked. No overdoses have been associated with salvia's use, a... Read More »

Is salvia divinorum legal in the U.S.?

The legal status of salvia divinorum varies by state. Fifteen states have laws prohibiting salvia outright. They are Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Minnesota, Mississippi,... Read More »