Leonotis leonurus is also known as wild dagga ('wild cannabis') and lion's tail. Wild dagga flowers and leaves were smoked by the Khoikhoi tribe of southern Africa because of its euphoric effect. It grows mainly in southern and eastern Africa. The main active alkaloid is leonurine.
In traditional African medicine Leonotis leonurus was widely used in many different treatments. It's also used in case of a snakebite and as a charm to keep snakes away.
A number of 45 Azalysts participated in this test round. Of this 45 participants, there were 8 (17%) that indicated to experience no effect at an average dosage of 3.2 grams. The data that is presented below is based on the output of 37 Azalysts and represents average responses. For more detailed experiences, we refer you to the reviews.
Calming, sedative and slightly euphoric.The effects are comparable to a cannabis high, only lighter.
Preparing Leonotis Leonurus flowers
Use as tea.
Wild dagga legal status
As far as we know, Wild Dagga is currently completely legal worldwide, since it is not actually directly related to cannabis plants. Note that the legal status may have changed in your country since the time of writing.
One should use wild dagga with caution. It has shown to be habit forming similar to tobacco.