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ZATIWA (blend of 9 herbs) Resin Oil


The ZATIWA Blend (9 Herbs):

Kanna 40%
Bay Bean 10%
Honey Weed 10%
Klip Dagga 10%
Wild Dagga 10%
Blue Lotus 5%
White Lotus 5%
Sakae Naa 5%
Wild Passion Flower 5%

Kanna: 40%
(Sceletium Tortuosum)
A native of South Africa, the Kanna has a very rich and pulpy inside that is very adaptive to different environments and can be turned into different products. Its white flowers grown big, and develop a yellow center that holds the cocoons of the pulpy inside which are later processed. The Kanna is an inhibitor of serotonin and can improve a person’s mood and calm the nerves. However, it should not be combined with medicine that is aimed to improve the cardiovascular system because it could have a contrary effect. Oil made from the Kanna is often applied to painful gums to reduce toothaches because it has mild properties of an anaesthetic as well.

Bay Bean: 10%
(Canavalia maritima)
A popular medicinal plant of the pea family that grows in the shape of a wild vine to a distance of 20 feet, and enjoys the heat and humidity of salty areas and seashores. A native to the Golf of Mexico, the Bay Bean has now become a popular flower known for the many healthy minerals hiding inside its seeds. Its succulent roots are crushed to bring out juices that are later infused with other healthy liquids that help reduce rheumatism. The oil taken from the seeds has been developed to help during the healing of common colds and other skin disorders. This plant is not a hallucinogenic, and as such, it can be applied to your regular fitness routine to improve overall body health.

Honey Weed: 10%
(Leonurus Sibiricus)
Also known as the Siberian motherwort, the Honey Weed was first discovered in the cold areas of Siberia that were not covered in snow. Its thin stem and purple flowers can grow to an impressive height of up to 80 centimetres, and the flowers bloom up to twice a year. The herb is a close relative to the Mint plant and as such can be easily used as tea as well. A short blanch of the leaves in hot water is enough to bring out their most useful properties, and it can be taken on a regular basis. The tea improves the cardiovascular system, reduces allergies and improves soft tissue. The oil taken from the flowers can be used to improve different skin conditions and as an additional ingredient in food.

Klip Dagga: 10%
(Leonotis nepetipfolia)
A shrub flower that is native to India and can also be found in some parts of Mexico and Africa as well. The flower blooms into three different colours, all of which have a specific medicinal effect. Although it is related to the Mint family, it has a much higher concentration of minerals, which is why it should always be taken in smaller quantities than your traditional Mint plant. Tea made from the Dagga can be used to detox your body and reduce internal body pain in case of internal infections. The Dagga can also produce a very useful oil that is used to improve skin inflammations and other skin diseases.

Wild Dagga: 10%
(Leonotis leonurus)
The Dagga is most often found in South Africa, and it produces beautiful orange flowers that can be used in different ways for medicinal purposes. It is a very large plant that can grow to a height of 2 meters. It is a member of the Mint family and most of its healing properties come from its leaves, which can be used in the same way as those of the Mint in order to make tea. In some cases oil is made from the flowers of the plant, which is also highly concentrated in healthy minerals. It can help with pain relief, blood circulation and the benefit of the overall body’s health.

Blue Lotus: 5%
(Nymphaea Caerulea)
The abundant white flowers of the Blue Lotus are a native flower to the edges of the Nile and have symbolized spiritual enlightenment for thousands of years. One of its most popular uses was that of an aphrodisiac, something which it is still known for today when purchased in the adequate form and amount. The petals can be submerged in win for a few hours, which create an exotic tasting liquid that helps relieve stress. The flowers can also be placed in boiled water to make tea, which helps with blood circulation and can also improve concentration. The Blue Lotus is not an addictive plant and can be used freely because it has very mild effects on the body.

White Lotus: 5%
(Nelumbo nucifera)
This is one of the most often used medicinal plants on the planet, and it is also known as just the Lotus. It is an aquatic plant that grows just as well in both the wild and on private plantations of the Lotus. It has many healing properties which are especially evident when the flowers of the plant are eaten raw. Its roots can be either boiled or deep fried, and they are especially popular as a daily snack in Asia. Tea can be made at home by placing the flower or leaves of the Lotus in hot water. It is a popular detox agent and can also enhance sexual vigour.

Sakae Naa: 5%
(Combretum quadrangulare)
Very little is known about this medicinal herb, but there are still many of its properties available for use by both researchers and patients all over the world. Because this is a member of the family of trees, it is very difficult to more around and distribute to other areas of the world, which is why it is so hard to get a hold of it. The leaves are usually chewed raw and kept in the mouth for as long as possible so that they can be absorbed by the soft tissue. The oil can be added to food and drinks and taken on a regular basis. The Sakae Naa helps as a pain relief and also as a way to keep you energized. It has similar effects to coffee, but without the added dehydration.

Wild Passion Flower: 5%
(Passiflora foetida)
Also known as the Bush Passion Fruit, this is a plant that is easily found in different places around the USA and the rest of world, especially Mexico and the Caribbean islands. It is a type of creeping vine because it stretches over very large areas that also include forest trees. The leaves of this plant cannot be consumed in their raw state because they have toxic properties that make them mildly poisonous to humans. However, if they are cooked and processed the poison is removed. Depending on which part of the plant is used, it can help reduce stress, improve concentration, detox your body and help athletes and those who are very active to reduce muscle pain.

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In comparison with our E-Liquids which already deliver a surprising effect at 4% concentration, Our Resin Oil takes it to a higher level at a 50% concentration.

12 times stronger, hence the one hit wonder. In practical terms it is a liquid resin which we achieve by adding Vegetable Glycerin to make it more versatile. Which has an otherworldly viscosity much like a pitch black honey.

Our 2ml presentation already contains one gram of resin. Since this product is SO thick, common E-Cigarettes can’t handle it, you need an Herb Vaporizer. Another good thing is that you can just use sublingual and it will mix with food and drinks. When smoking one hit should be a medium to strong dose, depending on your body weight, so the 2ml will last you a while. And when consumed orally dose is between ½ ml and 2 ml. The effects are different from herb to herb, find one that suits you, surely there is an herb for you.

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