DOSING FOR KANNA TEA/SMOKE
Generally speaking, the widely accepted doses for making kanna tea or smoking with standard kanna are as follows:
200mg – low
400mg – medium
800mg – high
These, of course, can be adjusted with personal experience and desire. It is not unknown for regular users to venture into 1g+. However, while there has never been a recorded incident of serious reaction to kanna, overdoing it can cause nausea, vomiting, and dizziness. So it is better to start low and work your way up.
– Social phobia and any Anxiety states– Improvement of libido – if caused by anxiety or low mood– Menopausal irritability– Anti-depressant– Combats Stress and helps to cope with it– Uplifts your mood– Peaceful sleeping– Increases energy– Decreases tension
Sceletium aka Kanna, Channa, Canna, Kougoed, Kauwgoed and Tortuose Fig Marigold is the highly revered, sacred plant that has been used by the San and Khoikhoi people of Southern Africa for millennia – and its time of sharing has come. We offer both modern pharmaceutical extracts as well as the traditional fermented Kougoed of the Khoisan.
Sceletium has incredible human benefits that are just beginning to be realized, including being the most effective model anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) agent known to man. It also acts as a highly effective and benign natural anti-depressant (having both serotonin releasing and re-uptake inhibiting effects), is of singular efficacy in assisting with the treatment and healing of addiction, and is an excellent adjunct to clinical therapy and bodywork.
Furthermore, it has significant cognitive enhancing and neuro-protective effects, being a noted PDE4 inhibitor. It is also potently pro-sexual, emotionally opening, body-mind relaxing, entactogenic and empathogenic, all without any significant side-effects or negative long-term consequences. It is thus truly one the great herbal treasures of this planet!
Sceletium Tortuosum should not be combined with other SSRI's (Seroxat, Prozac) or Mono Oxidase Inhibitors (MAO-I), such as Syrian Rue (Peganum harmala), Banisteriopsis Caapi and certain anti-depressants.
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