Antiplatelet medications are drugs that slow the clotting process in blood vessels.
Salvia is a drug that can reduce clotting in blood cells.
In the US, salvia is illegal because it can cause a life-threatening allergic reaction called anaphylaxis.
In many countries, salvinorin A, another class of drugs, is illegal.
The most common drugs that salvinors cause allergic reactions are: salvinorbital (salvinorins A, B, and C), salvinoryl (salvinorides), and salvinorex (salvia).
Most of the drugs in this class are legal in the US.
Salvinoride A, the drug most commonly associated with salvia, is used to treat asthma.
Salvio is used for migraines.
Salvanoride B, which can cause severe nausea and vomiting, is a commonly prescribed treatment for people with epilepsy.
Salvyloral is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that can help reduce pain and inflammation.
There are many other drugs that are used to reduce anxiety, panic, and anxiety-related symptoms, such as lithium and benzodiazepines.