Salvia tea

How to make Salvia Tea

Many people wonder how to make salvia tea. Well here at Salvia World we will show you exactly how to make the best salvia tea. All you need is the following:

1 small brewing pot

12 oz of water

dried salvia sage (leaf)

honey (optional)

milk (optional)

sugar (optional)

Bring your 12 oz of water to a boil. You can either take your 1 oz of salvia leaf and dump it straight into the boiling water and let boil for 2-3 minutes, then letting it sit for 10 minutes, or you can put your salvia leaf in a tea bag and boil of 2-3 minutes, then let sit for 10 minutes. If you decide not to put your salvia in a tea bag just make sure you strain the salvia leaf out of the water before drinking. We reccommend using a tea bag.

After letting your salvia tea brew, then sit for 10 minutes your almost ready. Honey, milk, and sugar can be added for taste. A bit of honey and milk have always seem to work best to lessen the slightly bitter taste of the salvia tea. Your salvia tea is now complete, drink up an enjoy the journey.

The Mazatec Indians mostly eat Salvia not as a food but as a quid method, which consisted of chewing on the leaves for extended period of time, enough time for the salvinorin A to kick in. Modern culture has taken the salvia and found different ways to utilize this amazing plant. It started off wtih a salvia extract, then led to a liquid salvia tincture. Now, salvia tea has begun to spark some interest. Salvia tea can be used in more ceremonial/ritual setting. Bring friends over, brew a salvia tea, and explore the boundries of your consciousness.

These simple instructions give you the best tools on how to make the best salvia tea. Let us know the complete steps and effects of your salvia tea so we can help others in exploration.

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