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This differs from the "eye candy" closed-eye imagery, of level 3. At this level one may no longer be aware of having a body.Consciousness remains and some thought processes are still lucid, but one becomes completely involved in inner experience and looses all contact with consensual reality.This is not a desirable level because nothing can latter be recalled of the experience.So, the duration of effects depends on the method of consumption and the amount consumed.Relaxation and increased sensual appreciation may be noted. At this level, phenomena similar to the hypnagogic phenomena that some people experience at sleep onset occur. With eyes open, contact with consensual reality will not be entirely lost, but when you close your eyes you may forget about consensus reality and enter completely into a dreamlike scene. Or if you prefer: you are in "dream time." With eyes closed, you experience fantasies (dream like happenings with a story line to them).

Salvia divinorum is a psychoactive plant in the Labiatae family (sometimes called the 'mint family').The plant’s species name, divinorum, is said to mean "of the seer", (Ott 1996) and refers to its traditional use in medicinal divination (learning the cause or identification of an illness).Interestingly, Dr Albert Hofmann, who along with R.Gordon Wasson originally brought a cutting of the plant out of Mexico in 1962, remarked: "... is a wrong name, bad Latin; it should actually be Salvia divinatorum. I was not very happy with the name because Salvia divinorum means "Salvia of the ghosts", whereas Salvia divinatorum, the correct name, means 'Salvia of the priests'." (Grof & Hofmann 2001).However, Salvia divinorum was named by the botanist Carl Epling, who probably had a better handle on Latin than Albert Hofmann.

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