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  • This CBD dominant oil is designed especially for use against chronic issues, such as Cancer, Diabetes, Epilepsy, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Pain, Emphysema, Depression.
    The oil is formulated so it can be used daily without any effect on ability to drive or work.
  • A fortified and saturated cannabis oil extract with added Pangamic Acid, which has long been considered a powerful cancer killing vital amine.
    This formula is designed especially for treatment of acute and life-threatening Cancer.
  • An unflavoured PG/VG base, enriched with CBD. This base serves as the ideal starting point for creating your own custom flavoured medicinal solution. Contains 3.25 % CBD by volume, and PG/VG in a ratio of 30/70.
  • A light water-based cream containing emulsified CBD oil, supplemented by a rich mixture of additional moisturising agents to assist in the management of chronic skin conditions.
    Useful against Psoriasis, Acne, and Skin Cancers.
  • This salve has been formulated from Organic Coconut Oil and pure Cannabis Oil using ultrasonic emulsification methods allowing for a rapid absorption of the medication into the skin and deeper tissues.
    Useful against Psoriasis and Skin Cancers.
  • This product makes use of an Organic Namaqualand Honey base to deliver a dose of CBD/THC in a gentle manner that is perfect for chronic use as a general health tonic. It is perfect for:
    • Depression
    • Moderate Diabetes
    • Prevention of Cancer
    • Moderate Pain
    • Insomnia

    The oil is formulated so it can be used daily without any effect on ability to drive or w

  • A low-strength CBD Oil, enriched with a carefully crafted mixture of Probiotic flora, used to restore the natural balance vital for normal gastric behaviour.
    This formula serves to alleviate a plethora of gastro-intestinal issues related to gut flora.
  • This powerful CBD dominant oil is designed especially for use against acute issues, such as Cancer, Severe Diabetes, Epilepsy, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Severe Pain, Emphysema, Severe Depression.
    The oil is formulated so it can be used daily without any effect on ability to drive or work.
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    Xhosa Dream Root (Silene undulata) is a small, glandular, flowering plant with fragrant white flowers opening only during evenings. It has been historically used for its Oneirogenic properties by the Xhosa people. Its usage has been cemented since time immemorial as a right of passage, used to induce more vivid, or even lucid dreams. It is very widely regarded as one of the most powerful dream-enhancing agents found in any ethnobotanical plant.
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    Wild Dagga

    R300.00
    Wild Dagga (Leonotis leonurus) is a soft-woody, robust shrub, with erect branched stems topped by spherical inflorescences bearing vivid orange flowers . It has been used since recorded history by early South African tribes, such as: The Khoikhoi and Hottentot tribes. Historical references are rich, with usage having spread as far as Europe by the 1670's.  For hundreds or possibly thousands of years tribes and shamanic tradition has successfully used Leonotis leonurus for the treatment of a wide array of ailments including headaches, coughs, fever, asthma, haemorrhoids and dysentery. It is also known to be beneficial for a multitude of different reasons, including the calming and eupohoria inducing characteristics it has when smoked by humans, and elsewhere it has even been shown to treat Gall sickness in fowl and cattle.
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    Valerian Root (Valeriana officinalis) is a sparsely branched flowering shrub, reaching 1.5m tall when fully grown, it has somewhat pungent, sweetly scented flowers in shades of light pink and white. It has been in usage at the very least since early times by both the Romans and the Greeks. Even being mentioned directly by the Father of Medicine Hippocrates himself, this herb has many significantly beneficial properties.  For over 2000 years Traditional European Medicine has successfully used Valeriana officinalis for the facilitation of restful sleep and general anxiety management, alleviating insomnia.
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    St. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) is a bushy perennial with yellow flowers, which blooms around St. John the Baptist's day in June. It has been used for many centuries in traditional European medicines. References to the use of St. John's wort can be found in the last 2,000 years, dating back to the early Greeks.  For centuries people have successfully used St. John’s Wort for the treatment of ailments such as depression, anxiety, sleep disorders, viral infections, wounds, menstrual cramping and kidney and lung ailments. In folk and traditional systems of medicine, various species of Hypericum have been used orally to treat anxiety, bedwetting, dyspepsia, excitability, exhaustion, fibrositis, gastritis, gout, hemorrhage, pulmonary complaints, rheumatism, sciatica and swelling.
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    Siberian Ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus) is a small, thorny, woody shrub, with small black berries and fragrant roots. It has seen usage throughout Central and Eastern Asia by traditional Chinese, Japanese and Korean healers, with traditional Siberian healers and Eastern-European healers following suit. References to the beneficial properties of the plant have been widely recorded for thousands of years, starting in China some 2000 years ago, reaching Eastern Europe some 800 years ago. Eleutherococcus senticosusfor is used for the treatment of ailments such as respiratory infections, adapting to bodily and environmental stress (Adaptogenic properties) as well as enhancing general immunity and vitality.
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    Sceletium

    R300.00
    Sceletium (Sceletium tortuosum) is a small, creeping or climbing,  plant with pale yellow flowers. It has been known to the western world since 1753 when the Khoisan people of South Africa first introduced western settlers to the plant and its properties. The Khoisan have used the plant for its mood elevating and anti-anxiety properties.  Since time immemorial they have successfully used Sceletium tortuosum for the treatment of ailments such as depression, anxiety, depressive episodes as well as obsessive-compulsive disorders such as bulimia nervosa.
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    Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum) is a small spiny shrub, with grooved stems and purple flowers. It has been in use for considerably longer than recorded history, theorised to have first been discovered by indigenous Celtic and Pictish peoples of Northern France and Southern England. However its usage has spread all over the globe along with all human endeavors, viewed by some as nothing more than an invasive weed, in reality: for well over 2000 years Traditional Healers have successfully used Silybum marianum for the treatment of ailments such as asthma, cirrhosis, hepatitis, jaundice, kidney and urinary tract stones, psoriasis as well as showing some indications of relieving the effects of alcoholism.
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    Saw Palmetto (Serenoa repens) is a small 2m-3m tall palm , with a bare petiole terminating in beautifully fanned leaves of about 20 leaflets. Its usage historically is sparsely recorded, however there is significant evidence of trade in Saw Palmetto stretching throughout the Native American tribes of the Creek, Choctaw, Mikasuki, Timucua, Koasati and Alabama. Linguistic evidence furthermore suggests that trade spread as far as the pre-western colonisation  of the Caribbean by the South American Taíno tribes. Fibers and herbal remains indicate a wide array of usage, some evidence suggesting cultivation for construction material as well, indicated by place names such as Kanapaha or "palm house". For possibly hundreds of years Native Americans have used Serenoa repens for the alleviation of urinary problems as well as reproductive problems, with modern science confirming these indications as well as several other indications, such as: alleviating some forms of hair loss as well as low sperm count.
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    Ginkgo

    R300.00
    Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) is a deep-rooted, tall, long-lived tree, with erratic branches rising to a somewhat fanned coronal shape. An extremely ancient species that predates all flowering plants on Earth and is thus considered a living fossil. It has seen usage as food source and traditional medicine by Chinese, Japanese and Korean peoples since the dawn of time, they have cultivated this rare plant to assist in cognitive function as well as relieving mild inflammation and aiding healthy circulation.
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    Echinacea (Echinacea angustifolia) is a herbaceous, drought-resistant, flowering plant, its large and showy flowering heads displaying light pink petals. Its genus is often referred to as coneflowers, and they are native to North American prairies and forests. Traditional healers belonging to the various tribes of Plains Indians such as the Kiowa, Cheyenne, Pawnee and Lakota used Echinacea roots for the alleviation of cold symptoms, coughs, sore throats and headaches or light pains.
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    Echinacea (Echinacea angustifolia) is a herbaceous, drought-resistant, flowering plant, its large and showy flowering heads displaying light pink petals. Its genus is often referred to as coneflowers, and they are native to North American prairies and forests. Although Echinacea roots have been used for ages by traditional healers from the Native American Plains Tribes, the usage of the herb itself is relatively modern, with multiple contemporary studies indicating the immunological effects of the plant as well as significant increases in resistance to various forms of Leishmaniasis.
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    Chamomile

    R300.00
    Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) is a small daisy-like plant, with bright white flowers. It may be one of the very oldest herbs ever to be used by humanity. The first references to the herb begins in ancient Egypt, where it was used to treat fever and a vital ingredient in Egyptian makeup and skincare. Later it is documented being used as far and wide as ancient Germania and the territories of the Roman Republic. Chamomile preparations were widely used to improve general well-being and to ease anxiety, as well as stomach ailments, heartburn, nausea and sometimes even colic in babies.
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    Cancer Bush (Sutherlandia frutescens) is a small shrub with bitter, aromatic leaves. Red-orange flowers appear in spring to mid-summer. It is widely used by practitioners of traditional healing, such as herbalists (inyanga) and diviners (isangoma) in Southern Africa. Its usage is undisputed throughout history, with examples of its decoctions combating fevers and cleansing wounds observed by Dutch settlers, documenting the timeless herbal knowledge of the ancient Khoi, San, and Nama tribes. In modern times it is used for a very wide variety of ailments, such as: chicken pox, internal cancers, colds, ‘flu, asthma, TB, bronchitis, rheumatism, rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis, liver problems, haemorrhoids, piles, bladder and uterus problem, diarrhoea, dysentery, stomach ailments, heartburn, peptic ulcers, backache, diabetes, varicose veins and inflammation. It is also used in the treatment of mental and emotional stress, including irritability, anxiety and depression and it could aid digestion and improve the appetite. Making it one of the most versatile medicinal herbs on the market.
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    Black Cohosh (Actaea racemosa), which is also known as Black Bugbane, Black Snakeroot, or Fairy Candle is a small, herbaceous, flowering plant. It is native to Northern America, growing throughout the continent in wooded clearings. Ancient tribes and early settlers alike found the herb useful for alleviating menstrual cramps, as well as some menopausal symptoms. Later discovering that it had a positive long-term impact on bone health. Modern science has indicated the beneficial effects of Black Cohosh on bone metabolism is due to stimulating osteoblast activity encouraging healthy bone remodeling.
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