The effects of the Blue Lotus are both narcotic and euphoric, while mild hallucinations might occur at higher dosages. It's also an excellent sexual stimulant.
Catmint is a tasty herb that gives a nice feeling of relaxation. At higher dosages it stimulates the imagination and could be considered mildly hallucinogenic.
Calea zacatechichi is commonly known as dream herb because it tends to produce very vivid or even lucid dreams.
Klip Dagga is closely related to Wild Dagga. It is known as Mota in Mexico, a name commonly used for cannabis which may indicate that the herb was used as a Marijuana substitute.
In South-America and Mexico Leonurus sibiricus has been used as a substitute for Cannabis. That's why the plant was nicknamed Marihuanilla ("little marijuana"). It induces a state of relaxation and has a pleasant taste.
Maconha Brava is a rare herb found in South America and the West Indies. In local language Maconha brava means "False Marijuana" and the dried leaves and flower buds are used as an hallucinogen by the Indians in Brazil and Mexico.
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’.
A highly valued natural sedative from Brazil.
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.
Pink lotus (Nelumbo nucifera), also known as Indian lotus, has been considered sacred in various ancient cultures. It has narcotic, euphoric, sensuous and mystical qualities.
The common Skullcap (Scutellaria galericulata) is a herb that is traditionally used to reduce anxiety and insomnia. It induces a pleasant state of relaxation. May be taken before going to sleep or practicing meditation.
Skullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora) belongs to the mint family. Skullcap is a relaxing herb that helps when feeling nervous. It could also be used to induce a mild high and it brings relief from fear, anxiousness and restlessness.
St. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) is a small plant with beautiful yellow flowers. It has a long history of human usage because of its mood-lifting effects. It's used to release tension and stimulate a more positive outlook.
Tagetes lucida, or Mexican tarragon, grows in the Sierra Madre mountains of Mexico and was known to the ancient Aztecs, who employed it in their incense rituals. The Huichol Indians still use it in their ceremonies to obtain visions.
A very tasty and deeply relaxing tea that contains Raspberry leaves, Red Clove, Rose petals, Peppermint leaves, Marigold and Honey Clove.
A relaxant and a tranquilizer. Helps when in stressful situations, with high blood pressure and insomnia.
White Lotus or White Waterlily contains the psychoactive compounds nupharine and nymphaeine, which have euphoric, sedative and narcotic effects. According to some sources Waterlily is also a potent aphrodisiac.
The leaves of Leonotis leonurus (also known as Wild Dagga) were used by the Hottentot tribe of southern Africa because of its calming, sedative and euphoric 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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