Your Guide to Growing Salvia Divinorum The Best Way
If you use salvia for recreational purposes and if you want to have a constant supply of the product then you should definitely consider growing some salvia for yourself. On the other hand, if you don’t know what salvia is and just want the motivation to grow at home a plant that you can use for recreational purposes, the guide below will help you know more about the plant and how to take care of it so that you can grow a healthy crop for your use. Before getting into all that, a little background on salvia is in order. Salvia Divinorum is a plant with large leaves and a very distinct hollow, thick and square green stem. The leaves are oval shaped, serrated, up-to 9 inches in length and are usually green, but may also be yellow or yellow green in colour. The leaves have short hairs called trichomes and this gives the leaves a velvet appearance. The plant is a semi-tropical perennial plant, which means that it grows year after year and needs warm weather to survive. Freezing weather will damage the plant. Under favourable conditions including enough sunlight and shade, moist but well drained soil, the plant will grow a several meters tall. If a branch happens to droop and meet the soil it will often develop roots which can then grow into a new plant. This is the main method of propagating the crop and not through seeds.
All this is well and good and most people who take the hit of salvia 10x ingested orally or smoked, may never know about the plant. However if you want to grow some salvia for yourself, these facts will be important to you. It is important to note that salvia can easily be grown both indoors and outdoors depending on your circumstances. If you have good outdoor space and the right environmental and weather conditions then growing salvia outdoors may be your best option. If however, you live in a region with freezing climate for a whole season, or if you don’t have access to outdoor space, then growing salvia indoors is your best bet.
A great thing about growing your own salvia is that you can control the quality of the product that you have. If you want to have some salvia 60x or even salvia 200x, then it is up to you to, to ensure that the plant has the potency that you need. This will often mean that you need to ensure that the soil and the watering of the crop are just right and that you use the right fertiliser to ensure that the plant has all the nutrients that it needs to grow into a healthy crop. You will also need to protect your plant from disease and pests to ensure that the plant isn’t physical damaged and attacked by microorganisms that may cause disease.
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