The Sinaloa sage (Salvia sinaloensis) belongs to Lamiaceae (the Mintfamily). It is an annual herb that is distributed in Sinaloa, northwestern Mexico. The height is about 15 to 30 cm, and the stem crawls on the ground. The leaves are ovate and opposite, with sparsely notched serrations on the edges. They become purple in fall. From May to October, inflorescences are borne on the shoot apex and dark blue labiate flowers bloom in a ring shape. There are white spots on the lower lip. Fine hair grows on the stems and calyxes.