Leonotis nepetifolia Flower petals (Klip dagga) | Leonotis leonorus Extract Paste & Powder (Wild dagga)

Leonotis nepetifolia Flower petals (Klip dagga) | Leonotis leonorus Extract Paste & Powder (Wild dagga)


Family: Lamiacea

Genus: Leonotis

Origin: Pan-tropical

Origin: Ecuador and Thailand

Common names: Klip dagga, Lion’s ear, Wild dagga, Lion’s tail, Shandilay, Lion’s tail



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Leonotis nepetifolia Flower petals (Klip dagga) | Leonotis leonorus Extract Paste & Powder (Wild dagga)

We sell 2 varieties of Leonotis the nepetifolia from South America and the leonorus from Asia. Of the Klip dagga we only sell the freshly dried flower petals and of the wild dagga we sell both a 100x powder extract and a 100x paste extract made with only water and the plants.

Our Leonotis nepetifolia (also known as klip dagga, Christmas candlestick, or lion’s ear) is harvested by a family of local indigenous Quechua people in the high Andean mountain slopes going down into the Amazon in Pichincha province. We harvest mature flower petals which tend to be nectar filled. If you burn them or smell them you will smell a nice sweetish odor.

L. nepetifolia or Klip dagga is a large evergreen shrub, growing up to 3 metres (8 ft.) tall, that belongs to the mint family. It’s exuberant flowers that are commonly orange, are a favorite amongst hummingbirds and butterflies. It grows to a height of 3 meters and has whorls of striking lipped flowers, that are most commonly orange, but can vary to red, white, and purple. It has very soft serrated leaves that can grow up to 4 inches wide.

Leonotis leonurus, also known as lion’s tail and wild daggaOur L. leonorus extracts are made with flowers from Thailand. Both 100x extracts (powder and resin/paste) are made with wild harvested plants and water only by a local Thai friend that lives just next to an incredible natural reserve in our beloved Thailand.

This plant from the Lamiaceae (mint) family is native to tropical Africa and Southern India. It’s exuberant flowers are traditionally smoked or consumed as a tea, inducing calming and sedating sensations according to traditional beliefs.

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