Klip Wild Dagga
Klip Wild dagga (Leonotis nepetifolia) is an impressive plant visually. It also has a number of medicinal and psychoactive properties that make it a attractive plant. Wild dagga has an amazing array of applications and a very strong connection with South African people. This plant is widely used in traditional medicines to treat a wide range of ailments. One of the uses of its roots are treating stings and bites, including snake bites. External mixtures are applied to remedy boils, itches and other skin complaints, as well as muscular cramps. Wild dagga mixtures are also consumed to help high blood pressure, jaundice, haemorrhoids, dysentery, fever, headaches, influenza, asthma and coughs. Leaves are also smoked to help treat epilepsy and partial paralysis.
Wild dagga is commonly referred to as ‘wild cannabis’. This is because this plant has very similar effects to those experienced when using cannabis. Calming and sedating sensations are felt when the flowers are consumed as a tea, while euphoric reactions occur when the flowers are smoked. South African tribes have traditionally smoked wild dagga flowers and leaves for its euphoric effect. It is not only South Africans that have long appreciated the benefits of wild dagga, as this plant features strongly in Chinese and Vietnamese culture for its euphoric effects.
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