Kanna is the name given to the fermented roots and leaves of the South African bush Sceletium tortuosum, a traditional vision-inducing entheogen and inebriant that in the West is more regularly used to improve mood and reduce anxiety. Its effects are similar to St John’s wort, but more potent.
Get mellow with this blend of Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum) and Valerian root dissolved in honey. Simply add to a hot drink of choice and enjoy the anti-depressive effects of the alkaloids mesembrine, mesembrenol and tortuosamine and the boost of mental energy. 1 pack contains 5 bags with 5ml each.
Kanna is best known for its mood enhancing, relaxing and meditative effects. The roots and leaves of the Sceletium Tortuosum bush from South Africa are are traditionally chewed or snuffed. Now we have the pleasure of bringing it to you as a tasty tea!
SLICE Blackadder contains potent, concentrated plant extracts of Kratom and Kanna, two plants known for their relaxing, yet stimulating effects. To get your arse in gear, dissolve 1 gram (1.5 grams for a strong dose) in hot water. Ingredients: Mitragyna speciosa, Sceletium tortuosum, Combretum quadrangulare, Zornia latifolia extract, Hemp oil. Content: 3 grams.
These energy-infused pills from Happy Caps, offer the ultimate all round party buzz. Energy-E is the real deal party pill. Designed to give you an energetic party buzz that will have you dancing all night long. Serving up a mild but pleasant tingling feeling, Energy-E quickly gets to work, so you can burn up the dance floor in no time.
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.
The name Euphor-E pretty much says it all. These capsules create a euphoric mood that will have you pulling your broadest grin imaginable. The ingredient that is primarily responsible for this pleasant and most welcome effect is the increasingly popular Sceletium tortuosum, also known as kanna.