Herb Becoming New High For Fla. Teens|
Police said salvia divinorum, also known as Magic Mint or Sally-D, provides LSD drug qualities when smoked. In Mexico, the herb is used in healing rituals
A Mexican-grown herb that has made its way to shops in Central Florida is becoming a popular hallucinogenic drug for kids and it's perfectly legal to sell in the state, according to a Local 6 News report.
Local 6 took an undercover camera into a smoke shop in Orlando Tuesday and was able to purchase salvia divinorum immediately.
Drug detectives said the salvia divinorum can cause uncontrollable laughter and violence. Recently, videos of teens smoking the herb have begun appearing on the Internet.
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Posted on: 2006-12-13 11:41:31