Alaska is one of 12 U.S. states considering making sage a potent natural hallucinogen sage, illegal.
The hallucinogenic salvia divinorum is not banned by the federal Controlled Substances Act and is only illegal in six states, The Anchorage (Alaska) Daily News reported Saturday.
Republican state Sen. Gene Therriault, who said the substance's effects are dangerously powerful and similar to LSD, has been the heading the charge to ban it in Alaska
A user said the drug made her and her boyfriend "melt to the wall," the newspaper said.(more>>)
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