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    Kanna originates from South Africa, where the indigenous people chewed it, sniffed it or made tea from it. Show more

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    Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum) ET2 extract
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    Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum) zaden

    Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum) zaden

    The Kanna seeds of the brand Seeds of the God ar...
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    Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum)

    Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum)

    Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum) is used as a euphori...
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    Kanna 10x Extract

    Kanna 10x Extract

    Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum) is a succulent plant...
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    Kanna 40x Extract

    Kanna 40x Extract

    Looking for the ultimate stimulant powerhouse, K...
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    Kanna 20x Extract

    Kanna 20x Extract

    Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum) is a succulent plant...
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    Kanna - 5 GR

    Kanna - 5 GR

    Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum) is a succulent plant...
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    The Dutch who came to the area called it chewing gum. Kanna, as we commonly call it now, comes from the succulent plant Sceletium tortuosum. Other names are channa or canna.

    What do you notice about the effects?

    The use of kanna or Sceletium tortuosum has several positive effects. It has a calming effect at a normal dose. You can relax more easily and stress has less influence on you. You feel cheerful and less anxious. That is why kanna is becoming increasingly popular nowadays, because many people suffer from fears. This natural remedy can help you feel better about yourself. These properties have kratom also.


    Sceletium tortuosum can also help with weight loss, as it reduces the feeling of hunger. It is also often used to increase libido. This means you can feel a more powerful sex drive, making it easier to enjoy a night full of passion.


    But you could also use kanna for serious mental complaints. It could help with depression and anxiety. By the relaxing properties and the fact that it can have a positive effect on your mood, you should consider Sceletium tortuosum at can use these complaints. If you are being treated by a doctor, discuss in advance that you would like to use kanna.


    Does kanna cause hallucinations?

    You may have heard that kanna causes hallucinations, but this is not true. Even in higher doses, you will not hallucinate due to Sceletium tortuosum. If you want to experience this, you will have to try another smart drug such as magic mushrooms, truffles or mescaline cacti.


    Are there any side effects and is kanna addictive?

    Kanna can be used safely: there are hardly any known side effects. Only at high doses could you experience headaches or nausea. The plant is also not addictive. Indigenous people who have been using Sceletium tortuosum for centuries have no problems if they stop using it. That is why kanna can be legally sold in the Netherlands. If you want to try this product, you can certainly do so, without any unpleasant consequences.

    The possibilities of kanna in meditation

    If you do meditation, it can be interesting to use kanna. The effects of this psychedelic plant can deepen your meditation. It can help you gain more insight into yourself, increase your sense of being in the now, and feel more connected to yourself and the world around you. Sceletium tortuosum promotes relaxation and helps you release stress. So it will have a positive effect on your meditation.


    How can you use kanna?

    Kanna was originally chewed, but there are more ways to use this plant. You can make tea from it, but there are also kanna e-liquids. So you can use it in a vaporizer or in an e-cigarette. Sceletium tortuosum is also available as a powder. You can sniff this powder or put it under the tongue. It will then be absorbed through the oral mucosa.

    Took too much kanna

    If you have accidentally taken too much kanna, fortunately there is not much to worry about. An overdose is actually not. You may get a headache or feel nauseous. This disappears quickly.

    Sceletium tortuosum as a trip stopper

    You could also use kanna as a trip stopper. If you are tripping with magic mushrooms, you can take it to end your trip. It may then be easier to come back to reality. However, this doesn't always work, so keep that in mind. And it is important to be careful when combining different means. You can read more about this below.

    In which cases should you not use Sceletium tortuosum?

    Kanna is known to enhance the effects of alcohol and cannabis. That's why you shouldn't just combine it with drugs and alcoholic drinks. It is also better not to take Sceletium tortuosum if you are going to drive a car, because it has a negative influence on your reaction speed. So you can't react as fast as usual. Kanna cannot be used together with SSRIs (such as antidepressants) and MAO inhibitors. Are you pregnant or are you giving borst food, it is not recommended to use kanna, because it is not safe for your (unborn) child.

    In addition to herbal extracts we also sell hallucinogenic LSA seeds and many other psychedelics. If you have any questions about which product, please contact us.

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