Legal Status of Salvia Divinorum


Is Salvia Divinorum legal in your state?
Find out where you can legally order, buy, sell, distribute and possess this beneficial plant.

Within the United States, there are many laws prohibiting either the sale, usage and/or possession of Salvia Divinorum (Salvinorin A).

In the following states, the sale, possession and usage of Salvia is illegal:
Alabama
, Arkansas, Connecticut, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, Virginia and Wyoming.

In the following states, it is legal to possess and sell Salvia, but only when it is not used for human consumption:
Georgia
, Louisinana, North Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia (in West Virginia it is only legal to possess without the intent of consumption)

Additional laws in other states:
California
- illegal to distribute to underage persons but legal for minors to possess
Maine
- illegal to distribute to underage persons and illegal to possess if under 18
Maryland
- illegal to distribute to underage persons and illegal to possess if under 21
Wisconsin
- illegal to manufacture, distribute and sell Salvia Divinorum, (more specifically Salvinorin A) but legal to possess.







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