Maka Wild Dagga Flower
Wild dagga (Leonotis leonurus), also known as lion's tail or lion's ear, is a plant native to southern Africa. It is a member of the mint family and is well-known for its striking orange or red flower spikes, which resemble a lion's tail, hence its common name. Wild dagga has a history of traditional use among indigenous peoples in Africa for various medicinal and ceremonial purposes.
Wild dagga flowers and leaves can be steeped in hot water to make a tea. Seep 1-2 teaspoons for 12 minutes. The tea is typically consumed for its potential calming and relaxing effects. It is important to note that the effects of wild dagga tea are usually milder than those of smoking or vaporizing.
Tinctures: Wild dagga can be used to make tinctures, which are alcohol or glycerin extracts. These tinctures can be taken orally in small doses.
It is important to note that wild dagga may have psychoactive properties and its effects can vary from person to person. Before preparing and consuming wild dagga tea, please consider the legality of this substance in your area.