Whether you feel down, need some relaxation or stimulation or can't find a good night's rest - Mother Nature produces a herb for every ailment. The herbs in our herbal powershots have been used for eons and have proven to be safe when used as intended. Each bottle contains 10ml and is enough for 2 dosages.
Turnera diffusa, commonly known as Damiana is a relatively small shrub in the family Passifloraceae. The plant exudes a strong spice-like odor, somewhat like chamomile. It produces small, aromatic, yellow flowers, followed by fruits that taste similar to figs. Traditionally, the leaves are used by the indigenous tribes of Central and South America as a relaxant, aphrodisiac and general...
Entada rheedii is a dream herb used in African traditional medicine for ages. This 50x tincture is used as a tool to achieve a dreamy state in which you are aware of being in a dreamscape and have the ability to interact with it. The seeds are also regarded as good-luck charms and used to produce an ointment used to treat jaundice, toothache, ulcers and muscular and skeletal problems.
Kra Thum Khok is actually the Thai term for Mitragyna hirsuta, a tall tree closely related to Mitragyna speciosa. The effects of this tincture are somewhat paradoxical, both sedative and stimulating at the same time - very similar to Kratom, but without the strong euphoria, making it a dandy alternative to Kratom.
Maconha Brava is the indigenous name for Zornia latifolia and means "false marijuana" - the quick onset of its mildly psychedelic and relaxing effect is similar to that of cannabis, making it a neat and easy to use substitute for marijuana. The Indians in Brazil use the dried leaves and flower buds as a hallucinogen.
Lactuca virosa extracts, tinctures and dried plant materials are ingested for their mild psychotropic, particularly sedative and mild hallucinogenic, effects. It is related to common lettuce (Lactuca sativa) and was used in the 19th century by physicians as a substitute when opium could not be obtained. The experience is often described as being similar to that of opium.
Passiflora incarnata is a fast-growing perennial vine, traditionally used as a remedy to treat nervous anxiety and insomnia. Modern science revealed its anxiolytic effects and that extracts can significantly help in reducing symptoms of withdrawal from and addiction and dependence of various substances.
Behind the term Sakae Naa hides the Kratom substitute Combretum quadrangulare, a species of the family Combretaceae. In traditional medicine the seeds, roots and leaves of this tree are used to treat a variety of ailments. This plant is native to Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Thailand. It is used for its energizing, stimulating and mood-lifting effects.