Other formulations include "spice," which mimics the effects of cannabis; and salvia divinorum, a hallucinogenic plant.
What does SD stand for?
SD stands for Salvia Divinorum (entheogenic spice)
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We have 158 other meanings of SD in our Acronym Attic
- Archive and Dissemination Office (NIMA)
- Discriminative Stimulus
- Sacrum Diis (Latin: Consacrated to the Gods, epigraphy)
- Safe Driver
- Safe, Detected Failure
- Saigon Dentist (website and forum)
- Saksual Dysfunction (psychology slang)
- Salario Devengado (Spanish: Earned Salary; various nations)
- Sales and Distribution (SAP)
- Salutem Dicit (Latin: sends greetings)
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Loughner's own monetary nostrums weren't exactly the same as Zeitgeist's, and ABC unfortunately doesn't seem to have asked his friend Osler any follow-up questions exploring what exactly the killer liked about the documentary and what ideas he took from it, preferring instead to focus on the fact that Loughner used the psychedelic herb Salvia divinorum.
Andy Olson, R-Albany, a sponsor of HB 3131, showed committee members two such videos in his Thursday testimony before urging them to adopt the bill which would make it illegal in Oregon to sell or give Salvia divinorum to people under the age of 21.
The drugs seized included methamphetamine, marijuana, and previously rarely seen substances such as JWH-018-artificial marijuana, salvia divinorum, kratom, and triazolam.
Natural substances such as salvia divinorum and mushrooms.
Yet, the recent growth in the use of Salvia divinorum has come on the heels of the legal highs trend and is emblematic of a broader trend of youth pursuing alternative psychoactive substances.