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Wild Dagga Flowers (Lion's Tail)

These are the prized flowers from the infamous Wild Dagga plant. The active component responsible for the pleasant effects of this plant is Leonurine, which has now been isolated and is being synthesized in a lab. The Xhosa tribe of South Africa made this plant famous and prized both the leaves and the flowers ….

Wild Dagga (Leonotis Leonurus) 25x Resin

This Wild Dagga resin incense is carefully crafted in small batches. The resins have a sweet aroma, somewhere between a mix of violet and pine; truly a delight for the senses! They come as a granulated resin to make it easier to add to your incense burner in the amounts you want to add them.

Wild Dagga (Leonotis leonurus) Plant

Tribes in South Africa reportedly smoke the leaves and flowers of this plant when other favorite herbals are in short supply. The active component in Wild Dagga is leonurine. Wild Dagga is 100% legal to possess and grow in the United States.

Also known as Lion’s Ear and Lion’s Tail, Leonotis leonurus has a rich history in several cultures, and has definitely earned its moniker of Wild Dagga. When you buy Wild Dagga from IAmshaman, you are buying from a well-known respected source that prides itself on customer service and the speed of their order fulfillment.

Wild Dagga, Hottentots, and More

We have research articles and information regarding Wild Dagga plants, leaves, cultivation, and even the people of South Africa; the Hottentot tribes, who used this spectacular plant as a Cannabis substitute. There is little research into Leonotis leonurus (Wild Dagga) and its related plants such as Motherwort and Marihuanilla, but Wild Dagga is quickly becoming one of the most widely sought after plants by ethnobotanical enthusiasts. Leonurine, the active component. is responsible for the euphoric effects of Wild Dagga, and leonurine is most concentrated in the flowers of the Lion’s Tail/Lion’s Ear strain of the plant.

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