Alcohol + Salvia divonorum

Alcohol beer by Roberto Strauss
Alcohol beer by Roberto Strauss
Salvia divonorum by David J. Stang
Salvia divonorum by David J. Stang

Low confidence: This risk rating could be wrong, we don't know much about this combination.

Minor risk: Watch out, this combination might have some unwanted effects.

Reports of people trying this psychoactive combination

“I assume that the alcohol altered the course of the experience because I had never achieved such dramatic results from only one inhalation of the extract. Upon taking the one hit I was thrown into a dissociated state that resembled effects from three separate levels of Salvia experience. The effects from the alcohol were most likely felt regarding the trips amnesic effects.” Erowid.

“What happened inside my head is something I can barely explain. I went to some far off distant world. I had no concept of the reality I’ve known for most of my life. All of my senses were overwhelmed with new and different things that I had never experienced before. My vision zoomed rapidly from one intense sight to another. Unfortunately I don’t think any description can do justice to what I experienced… I’m pretty sure that the intensity of this experience was related to all of the alcohol I had consumed.” Erowid.

We are yet to identify a research publication reporting on this combination. If you know of a publication that demonstrates the risk rating of this combination, please share the publication with us.

Disagree? Found a typo? Got more info? Edit this page or email us


This website may contain errors. If you find one, please help us fix it.

Psychoactive use is embedded in cultural and environmental contexts and should be treated with caution and respect.

We promote psychoactive science and do not endorse illegal activity. We are fully compliant with NSW and federal Australian law.