Sceletium tortuosum



The plant has been used by South African pastoralists and hunter-gatherers as a mood-altering substance from prehistoric times.The first known written account of the plant’s use was in 1662 by Jan van Riebeeck. The traditionally prepared dried Sceletium was often chewed and the saliva swallowed, but it has also been made into gel caps, teas and tinctures. It has also been used as a snuff and smoked.
Other names: Kanna, Kougoed , ¬†¬†Bushman’s ecstasy
Uses: Social anxiety, mild depression, mood enhancer

Product includes 50 grams of powdered naturally fermented sceletium.