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These extracts of well-known herbs contain a higher concentration of the active substances which makes their effects stronger than the herbs themselves.
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The Blue Lotus (Nymphaea caerulea) is also known as Blue water lily or Egyptian lotus. In the time of the ancient Egyptians, the plant was considered sacred. The Egyptians appreciated the flower not only for his pleasing smell, but also for its healing qualities. Many scenes depict women holding the flower, smelling its divine fragrance.

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A standard dose is 6-10 drops in a liquid drink or under the tongue. You can also add the tincture directly to an alcoholic beverage such as wine. The benefit of using a tincture instead of flowers is that you don't need to steep the flowers in the wine. With the use of a tincture the wine can be drank immediately.

Kanna UC extract contains a higher amount of the alkaloid mesembrine than other extracts, making this version much more potent! Mesembrine is responsible for the sedative effects all Sceletium tortuosum extracts are known for.

Without the energizing part of Kanna which can make some feel slightly out of tune, this extract is really something else. Completely mellowing, and with the ability to make your surroundings funnier, kanna is nice to use in all sorts of circumstanes. Enjoy the stress-reducing and relaxing buzz of this potent extract, but make sure you only take small amounts at once (however regular you like), or else a slight nausea could occur.

What is Kanna?

Kanna is a South African narcotic plant also known as Sceletium Tortuosum. It's soothing sedative effect was discovered by the Hottentots (Khoikhoi) over 300 years ago. The tribesmen would chew, smoke or sniff Kanna for pleasure and inebriation.

Sakae Naa (Combretum quadrangulare) is a relatively unknown herb made from the leaves of the tree with the same name. The tree is found in various jungles and wetlands throughout Southeast Asia.

The extract is used in China as herbal medicine for common colds, sore throats and mild pain relief. Independent studies have confirmed the anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Properties which the Combretum quadrangulare tree shares with other species in the Combretum family.

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Sakae Naa is used by many people in Thailand and Myanmar though it is reportedly seldom sold. Farmers pick the leaves themselves and chew or smoke them, using it as a substitute for Mitragyna speciosa because Sakae Naa is remarkably similar to it in both look and taste. The effects are energizing and mildly sedating and last up to 4 hours. However, the Sakae Naa is less potent then mitrigyna Speciosa, which makes this extracted form quit interesting.

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