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We’ve got only the finest quality Wild Dagga products such as Leonotis Leonurus, Leonotis Sibericus, Klip Dagga, Cured Dagga, as well as Wild Dagga resins, tinctures, and blends, as well as resins mixed with Pharmaceutical grade Kanna.  We make all of our Wild Dagga products in our own lab, so you are assured of the same unsurpassed quality that the rest of our products have.  As usual, there are no harsh chemicals used in their creation, and they are made with the same care and personal touch that Bodhi, our chemist has become famous for.
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Latin Name: Leonotis Ocymifolia

Description: Sparse shrub with tall, 4-angled stems which are square in cross-section. The leaves are in pairs, may be narrow or broad and are toothed; they are often hairy. The flowers are carried in dense, spiky golfball-sized heads spaced up the stems supporting tubular orange flowers; they are separated into two parts or lips, a hooded upper lip which encloses the stamens, and a small lower lip. Sunbirds usually feed on the nectar of the flowers. The flowering time of the Wild Dagga is during summer and autumn. Despite the common name of Wild Dagga, the leaves are not used as a substitute for true Dagga but are smoked as a relief for certain illnesses.

Habitat: Grows in savanna areas and thickets. Can be found in the Northern Province and the Kruger National Park.


After a long day of work, we got home and rolled a big cigarette of the Wild dagga, with a little bit of tobacco. After a short argument, who could take the first drag, we finally worked it out. My partner took the first drag and then handed it over to me. At first we had our doubts, but jeeeezzzzz, what a great smoke, the taste is somewhat bitter, but hey! It is very effective, we’ve experienced similar effects of a well-known herb, became very relaxed and happy. Couldn’t stop smiling. When taking larger amounts, you can experience visionary effects when you close your eyes!!!!

Relax & Sleep


When people buy wild dagga what they are really trying to get are the active ingredients that are located in these flower tops. There is much much more of that located in the tops than in the leaves, but the flowers can be somewhat harsh when burned, so people often seek out the leaves instead.

If you would like to have a smooth relaxing feeling after a hard day at work and you want to stay within the law and not burn brain cells then you have to try the flower tops. The one difference about the feeling you get after ingesting this flower is that you still have the relaxing calm but without the incoherence of other similar herbs. You may say, it is hard to peel the smile off your face yet your mind stays clear of cloudy vision. The flower it self isn’t the smoothest smoke ever but it’s worth the effort, though harsh going down. We have secured a source for these flower tops that will ensure that you have a place to get them when you want them. I have heard that you can become addicted to the flowers much like opium but I have had no feelings like this.



Leonitis leonurus is also known as Lion’s Tail or Wild Dagga. It is a member of the Mint family of plants and promotes euphoria and exuberance when smoked. It is used by the Hottentot tribesmen of South Africa as an inebriant/marijuana substitute, which has caused the plant to earn its reputation as a legal form of wild “dagga” or Cannabis. It is reported that smoking this plant produces a marijuana-like effect, only milder, and a somewhat larger amount must be taken.

The active component in Wild Dagga is leonurine, the same alkaloid that is mildly psychoactive in the similar Leonurus sibiricus (marihuanilla). It may be addictive on the order of nicotine with regular usage. Wild Dagga is 100% legal in the United States. It is all-natural and does not contain any controlled substances. Do not drive or operate machinery when under the influence of Wild Dagga.

Leonotus is grown for its pretty orange flowers and is popular in landscaping in Southern California. When this plant is in flower, it provides quite a visual feast, and its delightful form and dazzling color amazes everyone who sees it.

Many traditional uses have been recorded. The foliage is commonly made into a medicinal tea, which is favored for the hypnotic focus it gives. The leaves or roots are widely used as a remedy for snakebite and also to relieve other bites and stings. Extracts have been applied externally to treat boils, eczema, skin diseases and itching, and muscular cramps. Extracts are also used to relieve coughs, cold and influenza, as well as bronchitis, high blood pressure and headaches. Leaf infusions have been used to treat asthma and viral hepatitis. This species is also important in Chinese/Vietnamese medicine as an euphoric, purgative and vermifuge.

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