2Spicy is blend of aromatic herbs that generate a euphoric and relaxed state of mind. Contains Wild Dagga, Marihuanilla, White and Blue Waterlilly, Pink Lotus and Kratom.
The roots of Sweet Flag (Acorus calamus) have stimulating, euphoric, aphrodisiac and mildly hallucinogenic effects.
Catmint (Nepeta cataria) is a tasty herb that gives a nice feeling of relaxation. At higher dosages it stimulates the imagination and could be considered mildly hallucinogenic.
Galangal is a culinary herb that is used to improve one's appetite and vitality. It's also a sexual stimulant with mild hallucinogenic effects.
Ginseng roots are taken for their adaptogenic, aphrodisiac, stimulating and nourishing qualities. Ginseng is widely used by athletes and students to improve their performance.
Guarana (Paulinnia cupana) is a common ingredient in energy caps and drinks. Guarana powder contains about 4.2% caffeine and several other components like guaranine, theobromine and theofilline.
Kolanut is a strong stimulant with appetite-suppressing effects that is also a popular aphrodisiac . Available in the form of whole nuts and as powder.
Kratom (Mitragyna speciosa) is indigenous to Bali, where the leaves are used for their pleasantly sedative effects.
The effects of Kratom are often compared to opium (though milder and not as addictive), and this block of resin even looks like it. The resin can't be smoked however, it needs to be dissolved in hot water. Common dosages range between 2 and 7 grams.
Kratom leaves from Thailand are a bit more energizing than the other varieties. Small quantities tend to be stimulating, while at higher dosages the sedative qualities predominate.
The Marshmallow (or Marsh Mallow) is indigenous to Africa. All parts of the plant have medicinal properties. The genus name Althea is from the Greek word althe and means ‘to heal’.
Muira Puama (Ptychopetalum olacoides), sometimes written as Marapuama, means "potency wood" and is a popular aphrodisiac from the Brazilian rainforest.
Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata) is a beautiful plant that contains harmine and harmaline. The herb is used for relaxation and as a sleep aid. When larger quantities are ingested it has mild hallucinogenic effects.
Wild Lettuce (Lactuca virosa) contains the psychoactive compounds lactucopicrin and lactucin, which are not opiates but have similar sedative and narcotic effects.
Wormwood is the main ingredient of the legendary drink absinthe, which was invented in 1792 by a French doctor. Intended as a medicine, it became very popular as a recreational drink. The effects are narcotic and mildly hallucinogenic.
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