The drug called salvia The Real Danger!

 

I been doing a lot of reading on this drug that kids find it as a trip so I thought I would help everyone to see what is really happing in the brain. We as medical people have seen this trip before yes it can make you laugh cry move around in a weird way. Yes kids are calling this a trip most people don’t want to do it again after they have done it. I watch a lot of YouTube videos on this topic although I find it sick that kids would go and do this I want to give you all a tour of the real life facts about this drug. Most medical dr are saying there really is nothing wrong with it. ARE you for real I am going to start linking videos of topic of a type of seizure info READY!

 

This is from http://www.webmd.com/epilepsy/guide/types-of-seizures-their-symptoms

Let’s Now look at the videos of people having epilepsy seizure look close at their posturing of their body hands and speech area watch how it is effected by the brain sending miscommunication back and fourth

This next video is of a abc report they found laughing children that they had no idea that their kid was having a epilepsy seizure

 

 

Giggle Seizures: No Laughing Matter

Click here to view this report on the lauging seizures

 

The Next one looks just like kids going on that drug trip look close at the eyes and the mouth lips movements slow But

The sad thing is they are not doing this to roll to trip they have a problem why are people that do not have this kinda of problem

trying to have it? Think~! our love goes out to the familys of these youtube videos I hope you all understand they did not choose this

 

 

Now if you look at some of the drugs people are going to do and watch there hand move ments and the fact there upper fuctions

are still there but the brain has no idea how to control the mucsle system!

 

 

This next video look at the eyes and the movement of them his hands are posturing Retraction in to the body what is happing to him he is having a epilepsy seizure they are trying to talk to him

and laughing at him at this point he has no idea what is happing to him brain because he is in brain flux. The doctors out here need to wake up and start helping these kids before they have it stay and permit brain damage.

At the end of this video he is coming out of the so called trip if he went in to the hospital in that condition all the medical people would have thought he was having a seizure signs

and symptoms is the key people Stop inducing trips as you call it and face the fact you are buying yourself a conduction that the world suffers from and they wish they did not have to go there these sicknesses 

 

 

 

Based on the type of behavior and brain activity, seizures are divided into two broad categories: generalized and partial (also called local or focal). Classifying the type of seizure helps doctors diagnose whether or not a patient has epilepsy.

Generalized seizures are produced by electrical impulses from throughout the entire brain, whereas partial seizures are produced (at least initially) by electrical impulses in a relatively small part of the brain. The part of the brain generating the seizures is sometimes called the focus. The most common types of seizures are listed below:

Generalized Seizures 
(Produced by the entire brain)

Symptoms

1. "Grand Mal" or Generalized tonic-clonic

Unconsciousness, convulsions, muscle rigidity

2. Absence

Brief loss of consciousness

3. Myoclonic

Sporadic (isolated), jerking movements

4. Clonic

Repetitive, jerking movements

5. Tonic

Muscle stiffness, rigidity

6. Atonic

Loss of muscle tone

Generalized Seizures

There are six types of generalized seizures. The most common and dramatic, and therefore the most well known, is the generalized convulsion, also called thegrand-mal seizure. In this type of seizure, the patient loses consciousness and usually collapses. The loss of consciousness is followed by generalized body stiffening (called the "tonic" phase of the seizure) for 30 to 60 seconds, then by violent jerking (the "clonic" phase) for 30 to 60 seconds, after which the patient goes into a deep sleep (the "postictal" or after-seizure phase). During grand-mal seizures, injuries and accidents may occur, such as tongue biting and urinary incontinence.

Absence seizures cause a short loss of consciousness (just a few seconds) with few or no symptoms. The patient, most often a child, typically interrupts an activity and stares blankly. These seizures begin and end abruptly and may occur several times a day. Patients are usually not aware that they are having a seizure, except that they may be aware of "losing time."

Myoclonic seizures consist of sporadic jerks, usually on both sides of the body. Patients sometimes describe the jerks as brief electrical shocks. When violent, these seizures may result in dropping or involuntarily throwing objects.

Clonic seizures are repetitive, rhythmic jerks that involve both sides of the body at the same time.

Tonic seizures are characterized by stiffening of the muscles.

Atonic seizures consist of a sudden and general loss of muscle tone, particularly in the arms and legs, which often results in a fall.

Partial Seizures 
(Produced by a small area of the brain)

Symptoms

1. Simple(awareness is retained)
a. Simple Motor
b. Simple Sensory
c. Simple Psychological

a. Jerking, muscle rigidity, spasms, head-turning
b. Unusual sensations affecting either the vision, hearing, smell taste, or touch
c. Memory or emotional disturbances

2. Complex 
(Impairment of awareness)

Automatisms such as lip smacking, chewing, fidgeting, walking and other repetitive, involuntary but coordinated movements

3. Partial seizure with secondary generalization

Symptoms that are initially associated with a preservation of consciousness that then evolves into a loss of consciousness and convulsions.

 

Salvia Divinorum: A Legal Trip
http://teenhealth.about.com/od/substanceuse/a/salvia.htm
Read about it before you trust your friends!
A rise in the use of this hallucinogenic herb has attracted some attention. A New York Timesarticle states that, in the United States, 3% of young men between the ages of 18 to 25 have used Salvia divinorum within the last year. The statistics suggest that it is being used twice as often as LSD and almost as often as ecstasy. Videos of salvia users are being posted on video-sharing sites, such as YouTube, and are immensely popular: certain videos have been viewed 500,000 times. Salvia may just be the newest rising star of the drug world, and it is, in some cases, completely legal.
What is Salvia?
Salvia is a perennial herb that is a part of the mint family. It is commonly found in southern Mexico, Central America and South America. The plant has large green leaves with white and purple flowers that typically grow in large clusters to more than 3 feet in height.
The active ingredient in the salvia herb is salvinorin A, a chemical that acts on certain receptors in the brain and causes hallucinations. Salvinorin A is one of the most potent naturally occurring hallucinogenic chemicals.
How is Salvia Used?
Salvia is sold in various forms. It can be sold as seeds, leaves or as a liquid extract. Fresh leaves can be chewed, causing a high within 5 to 10 minutes. Dried leaves can be smoked as a joint, in a water pipe or vaporized and inhaled. When smoked, the drug can take effect within 30 seconds. Drinking the liquid extract will also cause a high.
What Does Salvia Do?
The chemical salvinorin A, which is contained in salvia, sits on the kappa opioid receptors in the brain, causing an altered perception of reality. The kappa opioid receptor is thought to have a role in pain control and certain psychiatric disorders.
When used, salvia causes intense, but short-lived, effects, including visual distortions, hallucinations, intense dissociation and disconnectedness from reality, physical or visual impairment, disorientation and dizziness. Synesthesia is possible, where physical sensations become intertwined and it is possible to “hear” colors or “smell” sounds. Dysphoria, where users felt uncomfortable or unpleasant after the drug's use, is also reported. Due to these effects, it would be dangerous to operate a vehicle while under the drug's influence. Additionally, any drug that leaves the user incapacitated during the time it is working puts the user at risk for serious injury by any means.
Is it Legal?
According to The Office of National Drug Control Policy, salvia is not currently regulated by the United States government. At this time, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) thinks of Salvia as a drug of concern and is monitoring any reports of abuse of the substance. A handful of states have regulations in place regarding salvia use, and others are considering regulation.
Legal or not, Salvia is not intended for use by adolescents at any time. Websites that promote salvia use often specifically mention that they will not sell the drug to minors. Parents need to be aware of this new drug, so that they can educate themselves and their teens on this new potential danger.