Wild Dagga, Hottentots, and More

We have research articles and information regarding Wild Dagga plants, leaves, cultivation, and even the people of South Africa; the Hottentot tribes, who used this spectacular plant as a tobacco substitute, as did the Zulus.  There is little research into Leonotis leonurus and its related plants such as Motherwort and Marihuanilla, but Wild Dagga is quickly becoming one of the most widely sought after plants by ethnobotanical enthusiasts.  Leonurine, the active component. is responsible for the effects of Wild Dagga, and leonurine is most concentrated in the flowers of the Lion’s Tail/Lion’s Ear strain of the plant.  We adore this ancient plant.

This plant has gained much popularity over the past few years, and we are going to provide articles and research as they become available.  If you have any articles that we do not have here, please don’t hesitate to e-mail us and let us know:
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Further Articles for Wild Dagga
wild dagga of south africa
Dispelling Wild Dagga Species Confusion
The Diterpenoids of Leonurus leonotus
Dagga/Yopo Experience Report
Folk, Traditional, and Medical Uses for Wild Dagga
Growing Wild Dagga
Botany of Leonurus (Mint Family)
Hottentot Tribe and Wild Dagga
Motherwort – The True Dagga Plant
Hottentot Tribe and Wild Dagga