Wow, panaho! Sounds frightening!
The scariest encounter I had with 6x salvia was the first time I tried it. I thought I'd just wasted money on bunk shit, but then I felt this rhythmic pulling sensation on the entire left part of my body, and I looked into the blustery, cold, March evening sky, very clear mind you, to see a giant black hole, for lack of a better description, opening up in the heavens, and, to my dismay, I saw the left part of my body begin to fragment and 'digitize', being pulled up into that swirling vortex of the unknown.
Apart from that it was a short-lived, adventurous experience and nothing really bad happened, apart of course from walking into the house when I thought it was empty to see my younger sister locking face with some strange guy with bright lights and music blazing.
I'm a trooper.
My other salvia experiences were brief, only occasional (I think I only had a maximum of 4), and I felt OK with them.
I think, one day, when the weather is more accommodating, I'd love to try to grow another salvia vine, just to care for the plant. I've actually started to keep a few small house plants around lately. I've got a small succulent plant that's thriving in a small shotglass with a bit of sand and topsoil above it on a windowsill.
I've also got a glass beer mug with some gravel on the bottom, top soil, and a layer of dried moss that is home to a wonderful little plant called "Juanita".
I also took some fallen tree branches, cut them to a mostly even length, tied them together with flower wire, attached some semi-dried moss to it to make a little nest of sorts in the front of it, again attached with more flower wire, and I put a little spider plant on there. I've got it hanging up somewhere. I just occasionally mist it and give it indirect light.
It's really comforting to have some living little plant friends hanging around. Sometimes I'll just look at them and relax.