Wild Dagga Indian Spirit - 50 GR
Wild Dagga, scientifically known as Leonotis leonurus, is a perennial shrub native to South Africa. In Afrikaans, the plant Wild Dagga is also called "Lion's Ear", a reference to its striking orange flowers that somewhat resemble the ears of a lion. This plant attracts attention not only for its vivid appearance, but also for its medicinal properties. This article highlights the botanical characteristics, traditional uses and recent research on this fascinating plant. In South African traditional medicine, Wild Dagga has been used for centuries as a remedy for various ailments such as fever, headache and snake bites. It is also used as a mild euphoriant, similar but weaker than cannabis, hence the name 'Wild Dagga'. The leaves, flowers and stems are often dried and smoked, but can also be used in tea.
Wild Dagga (Leonotis leonurus).
Slightly euphoric effect, similar but weaker than cannabis, hence the name 'Wild Dagga'.
Bring water to the boil and pour over the dried leaves. Let it steep for 5 to 10 minutes. Use about 1 to 2 teaspoons of dried leaves per cup of water. Drink the tea on an empty stomach for a stronger effect.
Store this product in a cool and dark place such as a kitchen cupboard and out of reach of children.
Indian Spirit Wild Dagga leaves pulverised - 50 Grams.