Do you sell Salvia divinorum seeds?

I cannot send seeds because I don't have any. I have had a great many plants for a while now (i.e. since prior to year 2000) and not one of them has ever flowered, let alone produced any seed. 

I think they can produce seeds in theory, but even then the seeds are not very viable, I have heard that they are difficult to germinate and even when seeds do grow they do not make for very good strong or healthy plants.

Salvia divinorum is a very strange plant indeed - a rare hybrid. It propagates in the wild via the branches falling to the ground and then rooting. It roots very easily. Once you have got a plant it is easy to make cuttings by just putting them in water. 

I donít think you will find seeds anywhere, and even if you do I would not recommend them.