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Wild Dagga

Flower Tops

(Leonotis leonurus)

$8.00

Buy Wild Dagga Tops 1 oz.

$28.00

Buy Wild Dagga Tops 4 oz.

$50.00

Buy Wild Dagga Tops 8 oz.

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Wild Dagga Flowers

(Leonotis leonurus)

$10.00

Buy Wild Dagga Flowers 7 g.

$20.00

Buy Wild Dagga Flowers 14 g.

$25.00

Buy Wild Dagga Flowers 28 g.

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Wild Dagga Flowers

100% all natural Wild Dagga Flowers.  Our South African Dagga farm is set up to produce the most potent flowers in the world.  All Wild Dagga Flowers are harvested at the beautiful plant’s most productive stage.

When ordering Wild Dagga you agree to our disclaimer.  When buying Wild Dagga products from Herb Stomp, you agree that you are at least 18 years old. This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Information provided is for educational purposes only.

We do not ship blue lotus, wild dagga, or kanna to Louisiana.


 

Wild Dagga 20x

Extract

(Leonotis leonurus)

$8.00

Buy Wild Dagga 20x 3g.

$35.00

Buy Wild Dagga 20x 15g.

$60.00

Buy Wild Dagga 20x 28g.

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Wild Dagga 50x

(Leonotis leonurus)

$7.00

Buy Wild Dagga 50x 1 g.

$15.00

Buy Wild Dagga 50x 3 g.

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Quick Summary of Wild Dagga

We here at Herb Stomp sell 100% all-natural Wild Dagga 50x, which is 50 times more potent than the flowers themselves. All of our wild dagga flowers are harvested on a South African farm at the plant’s most productive stage. But why should you care? And what is wild dagga? If you only have time for one paragraph, make it this one: Wild dagga (Leonotis leonurus) originated from South Africa by way of Arab traders who brought it there in the 1100s. Wild dagga is completely legal in the U.S.

Ready for more? Let’s get back to an in-depth look at wild dagga.

Wild Dagga 101

 Image: Blue Sophie

Wild dagga (nicknamed Lion’s Tail or Lion’s Ear) is part of the mint family. The plant is happiest in warm weather, requiring little water. The perennial shrub grows about 6 feet tall with long, thin, spiky leaves and bright orange flowers, although wild dagga flowers may also be yellow, white, or red. Sometimes the plant get up to 15 feet tall, although that’s unusual.

Get a quick peek of wild dagga in, well, the wild with this YouTube video. It’s beautiful — you can see why it’s popular in landscaping.

In hot, arid climates such as South Africa, Australia, Arizona, California, and Mexico, wild dagga is an easy-to-grow, quick-sprouting plant that produces lots of nectar and thus attracts bees and butterflies during the late summer and fall when it blooms.

Wild Dagga Origin

Leonotis leonurus is found in rocky grassland areas in South Africa’s Cape and Transvaal provinces, including Mpumalanga, Southeastern Gauteng, and the majority of Natal.

Wild Dagga Historical Use

In the olden days, the South African Hottentot tribe gathered deer-resistant wild dagga flowers from along the roadside.

Image: Andy Carvin

Image: Andy Carvin

Wild Dagga Warnings

This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

When ordering wild dagga, you agree to our disclaimer and that you are at least 18 years old.

As with most supplements, it has not been established that wild dagga is safe for pregnant or breastfeeding women.

We do not ship wild dagga to Louisiana.