Spod khung is a tibetan medicinal infusions of herbs. Learn the recipe and its medicinal applications below.
Betel nuts are a natural stimulant which is also legal in the United States. They are used in Asia recreationally. They don't contain caffeine, yet produce their own pharmacological stimulant alkaloids.
Kanna is an SSRI. It's used in holistic healing practices to treat depression. It's considered an intoxicant, or inebriating entheogen. Throughout history it's been known to induce states of expanded consciousness. The effects bein with a sudden rush of elevated mood, followed by a glowing euphoria, and then finally moving towards a state of sedation. It should not be combined with prescription drugs, or anything else for that matter, unless you really know what you're doing. Learn More
Kava Kava has intoxicating properties. It's the root of a plant in the member of the pepper family. On the island of Vanuatu, it's the chosen drink of choice. Alcohol has been outlawed there, while the people embrace Kava instead. It's great for dealing with insomnia and has been clinically proven to reduce stress. It's effects are blisful, euphoric, elevate mood, relax muscles, and leave you feeling more social and less anxious. Learn More
Kawa induces a bliss state of relaxed euphoria, acts as a mild sedative, and offers a number of medicinal properties. It was traditionally prepared in the form of a cold water tea. It's also been added to infusions for treating bladder conditions, boils, bruises, toothaches, and for its tonic properties. It's a whole lot like Kava, with a unique sort of vibe. It's acutually been called 'false kava' by some, and shares a lot of the same benefits. Learn More
This plant is well known for its rather interesting phytochemical makeup. It produces compounds which make it a powerful antispasmodic that inhibits acetycholine and histamines. This makes it a useful natural anti-histamine. In Africa, it's consumed for some mild psychoactive properties. Some compare it to the Blue Lotus or Kanna. Learn More
Kratom has been used by people from all walks of life to deal with opiate withdrawal and addiction. The tree is closely related to the Coffee species. It produces chemical that interact with opioid receptors in the human body. This makes the effects produced by the plant very simliar to that of opiates. It's not synthetic, or a designer drug, nor does it show up on a drug test. Learn More
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