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The Blue Lotus of the Nile is known for its mildly sedative intoxicating effects. It is traditionally brewed into a tea.


Smoking, chewing, or brewing it into a tea produces a mild cerebral euphoric effect, it helps manage anxiety, and increases female sex drive.


Gotu Kola is used in Ayurvedic medicine, as well as traditional African and Chinese medicine. It has been used to treat varicose veins, skin conditions, minor wounds, strangury, and to encourage lactation.


Kava is known for its relaxing effects and is an effective treatment for social anxiety. Despite its psychoactive properties, Kava does not impair cognitive functions.


Drink kava the traditional way with a coconut shell. This trusted method has been used by the people of the South Pacific for thousands of years.


Also known as Indian Tobacco, Lobelia inflata produces a bitter, acrid smoke that approximates the flavor and mouthfeel of tobacco.


Moringa is a good source of vitamins C, B, A, Thiamine. Protein, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Riboflavin and many others.


Mugwort has been used to flavor foods and smoking blends for well over a thousand years.


Mullein has been used since ancient times as a treatment for skin, throat, and breathing ailments.


  Skin Moisturizing Acne treatment Anti-inflammatory/analgesic Prevents scarring Anti fungal Treats dandruff Insecticide/repellent    


Protect Your Skin and Fight Aging: Neem oil is chock full of carotenoids and antioxidants that help protect your skin against the ravages of free radicals, which cause signs of aging such as wrinkles and age spots. Assist Acne With Neem Oil: The anti-inflammatory and analgesic agents in neem help reduce the redness, swelling and pain […]


Brew with ease, and enjoy drinking a more fresh and full flavor. Comes with a hook to hang on teapots and is easily removable when your herbs have fully steeped.