KANNA UC EXTRACT

 17.95

Kanna UC extract is a more concentrated type of kanna extract, making it more potent with rapid onset.Enjoy the relaxing, social buzz of this potent extract, but make sure you only take small amounts at once (however regular you like), or else a slight nausea could occur.Kanna UC extract is best used as a snuff; the onset is rapid and very intense, but doesn’t last for a long time. Kanna UC2, on the other hand, is best mixed with food. It’s slower to produce effect but the effects remain active longer.

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Kanna UC extract is a more concentrated type of kanna extract, making it more potent with rapid onset.

Enjoy the relaxing, social buzz of this potent extract, but make sure you only take small amounts at once (however regular you like), or else a slight nausea could occur.

Kanna UC extract is best used as a snuff; the onset is rapid and very intense, but doesn’t last for a long time. Kanna UC2, on the other hand, is best mixed with food. It’s slower to produce effect but the effects remain active longer.

WHAT IS KANNA?

Kanna is a South African narcotic plant also known as Sceletium Tortuosum. Its relaxing property was discovered by the Khoikhoi over 300 years ago. The tribesmen would chew or sniff kanna for pleasure.

KANNA UC EXTRACT – EFFECTS

While kanna is known for it’s relaxing properties, there are actually a number of additional effects depending on the dosage and concentration.

Some of our test users reported a social buzz and an increased appreciation for ‘the moment’, either for a shared friendship or the beauty of nature, depending on the setting.

USAGE/DOSAGE

There are several ways to consume this extract, but we recommend using capsules. This can be easily done using one of our capsule machines. One gram is sufficient for 6 to 7 dosages at 150 mg per capsule. When snorting or vaporizing, a single dose is about 75 mg.

WARNING

Sceletium tortuosum is a Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor (SSRI). It should not be combined with other SSRI’s (Seroxat, Prozac) or Mono Oxidase Inhibitors (MAO-I), such as Syrian Rue (Peganum harmala), Banisteriopsis Caapi, Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata), Yohimbe, and certain anti-depressants.