This is a 15x tincture from the Blue Lotus (Nymphaea caerulea); a mild sedative and aphrodisiac which is native to Egypt. Blue Lotus has played an important role in Egyptian history. These days Blue Lotus is grown around the world.
Commonly known as the ‘dream herb’, Calea Zacatechichi is known for inducing vivid – even lucid - dreams. Used by Mexico’s native Chontal people of Oaxaca for divination based on dreams and as a medicine.
The leaves and buds of this South African bush are smoked by the Hottentot and Bushmen tribes as an inebriant, a sedative and for its euphoric effects. In Africa Leonotis leonurus is known as ‘wild dagga’. In Mexico and California it is used as a cannabis substitute.
Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata) was used traditionally in the Americas and later in Europe as a calming herb for anxiety, insomnia, seizures, and hysteria. These days Passionflower is still used to treat anxiety and insomnia, though its effects tend to be milder than valerian or kava. It is mildly hallucinogenic at higher dosages.
The Mexican name sinicuichi is given to both the plant (Heimia salicifolia) and the drink that is prepared from it. The brew has a weak psychoactive effect, inducing a pleasant, slightly euphoric dizziness. There have been some reports of Sinicuichi causing a yellowish vision and mild auditory hallucinations.
This extract of the Blue Lotus is 20x stronger then regular Blue Lotus leafs. Our Blue Lotus 20x extract has a high concentration of aporphine and nuciferine content present. Blue Lotus has been used in the past to enhance memory, as a sexual aphrodisiac and to experience feelings of euphoria and ecstasy.
Blue Lotus is an aphrodisiac for men and women, but it can do more than just stimulate the blood flow to the genitals. It is a pain reliever, a sedative, a free radical scavenger, it relieves muscle spasms and acts as an antioxidant. Make into 2 or 3 small balls and ingest with water or let it melt in warm water and drink as a tea or blend it into your smoking mix.
Café Macho is significantly different from your regular coffee - it not only stimulates the central nervous system, wards off drowsiness and restores alertness, but rather cranks up your immune system and increases your sex drive. Yarsagumba is also known as the "Himalayan Viagra."
Guayusa is a great alternative to coffee because its use does not leave you exhausted when the effects have worn off. The dried leaves are used in preparing a concoction just like a tea, but botanically it is no kinsman of tea - actually it is the Amazonian cousin of Ilex paraguariensis (commonly known as Yerba Mate). Guayusa extract is available in dried and liquid form.
Bay Bean is a very fast-growing and sturdy herbaceous vine native to tropical and subtropical coastal areas in many other parts of the world. Given the fact that it can be found in so many places it is odd that there is very little known about it - even more so since it was held in high esteem by many tribal groups in southern Mexico.
Sakae Naa is a tree of the family Combretaceae, growing wildly in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Thailand, where parts of the plant are used to treat venereal diseases, muscular pain and roundworm and threadworm infestations. But Sakae Naa is also used as a Kratom substitute because its effects are remarkably similar to it.
Turnera diffusa, a member of the family Passifloraceae, better known as Damiana, is a shrub native to southwestern Texas, Central America, Mexico, South America and the Caribbean. Traditionally the leaves have been made into a concoction and were used as incense material. Damiana is used primarily as a tonic and an aphrodisiac.
Marihuanilla (little Marijuana) is a small herbaceous plant with an with upright stem that grows up to a height of 20 to 80cm tall tall without developing any branches. Its natural habitats are Southwest Asia, including China, Mongolia and Russia. In traditional Asian medicine it has been used for many centuries for its relaxing and soothing effects.
The dried plant material of Butea superba, a herbaceous plant native to the deciduous forests of Thailand where it is abundantly distributed and used by men for its reputed positive effects on the libido and sexual vigor. Solely intended for use as a nutritional supplement. Butea superba must be taken regularly to experience the desired effects.
In Asian traditions the Pink Lotus (Binomial name Nelumbo nucifera, commonly also known as Indian lotus and Sacred lotus) symbolizes different virtues including forgetfulness, vitality, elegance, perfection and purity of the body and mind. Its natural dispersal areas are tropic Asia and Queensland, Australia. Produces effects similar to those of the Blue Lotus.
UC2 is a highly concentrated extract of Sceletium tortuosum, commonly known as Kanna. Kanna contains an alkaloid named Mesembrine, a substance that acts as a serotonin re-uptake inhibitor and brings about a mixed effect consisting of sedative, antidepressant and relaxed aspects. This extract can be used as a sniff or mixed in with food.
A strong 15x extract of high quality Balinese kratom leaves. Kratom’s Latin name, Mitragyna speciosa, gives its name to the active substance in the leaves, mitragynine, which is responsible for kratom’s relaxing but still very energetic effect.
Kra Thum Khok is closely related to Mitragyna speciosa, commonly known as Kratom. Mitragyna hirsuta (its botanical denomination) acts, just like Kratom, paradoxical - its effect is both stimulating and sedating at the same time. Beginners be warned, the effects come on rather quickly and last several hours - stick with the recommended dose.
Kra Thum Khok is not only closely related to Mitragyna speciosa (commonly known as Kratom), but also acts in a very similar way. Mitragyna hirsuta (Kra Thum Khok's botanical denomination) induces, just like Kratom, a paradoxical effect - one with a stimulating and a sedating aspect. Beginners should stick with the recommended dose.