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    Wild Lettuce - 50 gram

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    Wild lettuce is mainly known in the Netherlands under the name poison lettuce. The herb is native to England, India and Pakistan and its use goes back centuries.... Show more
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    The Romans introduced it to Europe and it became known for its analgesic and sleep-inducing effects. Subsequently, in the hippie culture in the 60s and 70s, it was picked up because of the slightly euphoric and calming effect. The use of the herb can be compared to cannabis in terms of effects and this could just be picked wild and free from nature!

    Wild Lettuce is the perfect ingredient for a relaxed evening with a little extra magic. The herb has a slightly libido-increasing effect, but it is also very soothing. At a lower dose, it promotes sleep. So after drinking a cup of Wild Lettuce tea, get ready for a wonderful evening under the sheets with your partner. A higher dose has an opium-like effect. Do not exceed the maximum amount. Of course the Wild Lettuce is not addictive as is the case with Opium.


    • Relaxing and soothing
    • Slightly increasing libido
    • Similar to the effects of Opium (at a higher dose)


    Wild Lettuce (Lactuca Virosa).


    Place 1 to 2 teaspoons of Wild Lettuce in a cup of boiling water and let it steep for 15 minutes before straining and drinking.


    15 grams Wild Lettuce Indian Elements.


    Do not combine with MAO inhibitors, alcohol or other drugs. Do not drive after ingestion.


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