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Salvia Journal Articles & Abstracts


Chemistry
Psychopharmacology
Ethnopharmacology

CHEMISTRY

Salvinorin, A New trans-Neoclerodane Diterpene from Salvia divinorum (Labiatae), Ortega A, Blount JF, Manchand PD
Journal of the Chemical Society, Perkins Transactions I,1982, 2505-2508.
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Divinorin A, a Psychotropic Terpenoid, and Divinorin B from the Hallucinogenic Mexican Mint, Salvia divinorum, by R. Leander J. Valdes, III, William M. Butler, George M. Hatfield, Ara G. Paul, and Masato Koreeda
Journal of Organic Chemistry,1984, 49, 4716.
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PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY

Antidepressant Effects of the Herb Salvia Divinorum: A Case Report, by Hanes KR
J Clin Psychopharm2001;21:634-635


ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY

Ethnopharmacology of Ska Maria Pastora (Salvia Divinorum, Epling and Jativa-M.), by Leander J. Valdes III; Jose Luis Diaz; Ara G. Paul
Journal of Ethnopharmacology Vol 7, 1983; 287-312
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A New Mexican Psychotropic Drug from the Mint Family, by R. Gordon Wasson
Harvard University Botanical Museum Leaflets, December 28, 1962. Vol 20, No 3.
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A New Species Of Salvia From Mexico, by Epling C, JŠtiva-M CD
Harvard University Botanical Museum Leaflets, December 28, 1962. Vol 20, No 3.
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