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Kanna UC2 extract is a more concentrated kanna extract just like UC, but with a slower onset and longer-lasting effects.
Kanna UC2 is best mixed in with food. It’s slow to produce effect but the effects remain active for a long time. Kanna UC extract on the other hand is best used as a snuff, the effects come up rapidly, are very intense, but don't last as long.
Enjoy the relaxing and socially stimulating buzz.
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.
There are several ways to consume this extract, but we recommend either mixing it with food or encapsulating. This can be easily done using one of our capsule machines. One gram is sufficient for 5 to 10 dosages at 100 mg (light experience, recommended dosage) or 200 mg (strong experience) per capsule.
Kanna overview chart
Which kanna products should you choose? The chart below gives you a quick overview of the various kanna products Azarius has to offer.
The powdered kanna plant. Recommended for those who like a light effect.
|Kanna Happy Honey||
Relaxing blend of honey, kanna and valerian.
|Kanna 10x extract||
10:1 extract. Ten times more potent than the regular herb. Best used as a tea.
|Kanna UB40 extract||
Like UC2 but contains plant material to make it coarser. Perfect for use in a vaporizer at 188°C.
|Kanna UC extract||
Pure extract without plant material, stronger relaxation effect. Best ingested in a capsule.
|Kanna UC2 extract||
Like UC but best mixed with food. Slow onset; long-lasting effects. Best mixed with food.
|Kanna ET2 extract||
Potent extract with very rapid onset. For those experienced with kanna. Best used as snuff or tea.
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.
Our kanna encyclopaedia page.
For more information about this interesting plant, please visit kanna-info.com.