A secret blend of valerian root, finely ground hops, skull cap, lotus stamens, and passion flower.
A secret blend of betel nut, Assan Tea, peppermint, bala leaf and baybean.
This consisting of wild dagga resin, peppermint, and Hawaiian baby woodrose seeds, prepared by the user prior to use.
A secret blend of dandelion, lobelia, skullcap, peppermint, chamomile, and bee pollen.
A secret blend of dream herb, valerian root, hops, passionflower and lavender are combined together to produce this amazing tea.
This is a blend of lobelia, dandelion, mullien and skull cap.
A secret mixture of ephedra, kanna, dagga, lotus and more!
This blend contains, among others, passion flower, African Dream herb, and valerian root powder.
Madagascar Hawaiian Baby Woodrose
Our wild dagga resin is 20X concentrate.
All of our lotus’ come in resin form as well.
Passion flower resin is a more concentrated form of passiflora.
Have any woman use this herb and she will tell you that it works!
Baybean has very little effect on its own, but when blended with other herbs it acts as a potentiator.
Organic Unpasturized Honey
This honey is straight from the hive, and is true to its name. It is mostly a fireweed honey, which produces a lighter colour and a more mild flavour.
Lotus Infused Honey
For this honey we take our organic honey and infuse blue lotus straight into it. This allows the user to experience the full effect of the lotus, that is calming, sedative, and euphoria, while combining it with their own preferred tea.
Bala/Kanna Infused Honey
Much in the same way the lotus honey calms, this kanna blend honey is a complete pick me up! Add a tablespoon to your coffee or tea in the morning to energize yourself and give you drive for the remainder of the day.
Bee pollen is an amazing superfood. Pollen contains the richest known source of vitamins, minerals, proteins amino acids, hormones, enzymes and fats, as well as significant quantities of natural antibiotics. Most of the known vitamins in pollen exist in perfect proportion, which further enhances their value. A tablespoon of pollen is enough for the day, and can be added to nearly anything – yogurt, granola, salads or even on its own!