Miley Cyrus Salvia - California State Assemblyman Anthony Adams

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Miley Cyrus' dad may not be the only one feeling "sad" after his daughter was reportedly caught on video smoking Salvia from a bong.

The Golden State's Salvia users could soon be mourning the loss of their drug of choice after Cyrus was shown legally lighting up at a party she held at her Los Angeles home.

Salvia, or Salvia divinorum, is a hallucinogrenic plant that users says offers a high similar to that of LSD and marijuana.

A California State Assemblyman who attempted to get the plant outlawed three years ago has again called for a Salvia ban, and accused Cyrus of setting a bad example to her fans.

"Miley is a star and young kids are going to emulate her behavior," Anthony Adams told

While it is legal for adults to smoke Salvia in California -- where Cyrus reportedly made use of the drug during a party following her 18th birthday -- it is against the law to sell to minors.

"It's time for state and federal governments to renew their push toward an outright ban," the Republican politician said.

A spokesperson for America's Drug Enforcement Administration supported Adams' claim, adding that salvia is a "drug of concern."

"We are taking steps to look further into it," the spokesperson told The Sydney Morning Herald.

In a two-and-a-half minute video clip released by on Friday, Cyrus is reportedly shown inhaling Salvia from a bong during a party at her home in L.A., five days after she turned 18 on Nov. 23.

"Okay, I'm about to lose it now," she says after taking a drag from the pipe.

Cyrus' father, Billy Ray, took to Twitter after the video was released to express his disappointment at his daughter.

"Im so sad," he tweeted on Friday. "There is much beyond my control right now."

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