Wild Dagga – also known as Leonotis leonurus, Lion’s Ear and Lion’s Tail is a South African relative of the mint family. It grows as an evergreen shrub and is used for its mild psychoactive properties. The main active component in Wild Dagga – leonurine – is an anti-oxidant. Wild Dagga is also used as a cannabis substitute due to its euphoric effects, that are similar to, although milder than THC.
Damiana has been slowly gaining popularity since the '60s, and new uses have been discovered for it throughout this period. Let's explore what damiana is, and how it can help you!