Acacia (Acacia confusa)
Commonly used part: Root bark
Acacia confusa or acacia petit feuille, small Philippine acacia, Formosa acacia (Taiwan acacia) and Formosan koa, is a perennial tree native to Southeast Asia. The tree grows to a height of 15m and is commonly found in tropical Pacific areas, including Hawaii. In Burma, Laos and Thailand, the feathery shoots of Acacia are used in soups, curries, omelettes and stir-fries. The bark may be ground into a powder and saturated into water to create a tea, or may be spread onto various foods as a spice and taste enhancer. In Taiwan, the plant is used in traditional Chinese medicine for use in traumatic injuries, including ulcers, bleeding gums, canker sores, sore throats and skin diseases. The acacia plant has numerous phytochemicals which may have health benefits, including the inhibition of catabolic deamination.
In comparison with our E-Liquids which already deliver a surprising effect at a 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 is a liquid resin which we achieve by adding Vegetable Glycerin to make it more versatile. It has an otherworldly viscosity much like a pitch-black honey. Our 2ml unit already contains one gram of resin, the 10ml unit contains 5 grams of resin.
Since this product is very thick, common E-Cigarettes can’t handle it, you need an Herb Vaporizer. You can also use it 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. Effects are different in accordance to the plant. Find an herb that suits you best.
This product is not for use by or sale to persons under the age of 18. It should not be used if you are pregnant or nursing. Consult with a physician before use if you have a serious medical condition or use prescription medications.