Kanna is a succulent plant native to southern Africa, where the locals use it for its mood boosting effects. Our extract is i golden brown, sticky powder that melts when touched. It has a very sweet, caramel-like aroma.
Kanna, also known as Sceletium tortuosum, is a succulent plant native to souther Africa, where it has been used for its mood boosting effects since prehistoric times. Another name for Kanna in southern Africa is Kougoed – which means ‘something to chew’.
One thing that is good to understand about extracts is the notation regarding strength, often denoted (N:N:) 1:100 or (NX) 100X. This notation refers to the amount of raw material used to produce a given quantity of extracts. 1:10 means that for every gram of extract 10g of raw materials have been used in production. 1:100 means 1g of extract contains the essence of 100g of raw material. While it’s intuitive to assume greater potency with higher concentrations it might not always be true if the actual ratios of compounds in the starting material are unknown. Please understand that even though we might not always have quantitative data on extracts our selection process is dedicated and rigorous, we are picky, and would not sell products we ourselves do not like.
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