The History of Kanna
Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum) is a succulent plant native to South Africa. The plant was used by hunter-gatherers. The warriors who came back from the battlefield used it to get rid of their anxiety and depression. Users chewed the roots of the plant and held them in their mouths. They smiled, felt happy and laughed at the simplest things. When they consumed the plant in greater quantity, they lost consciousness. The plants of the Sceletium have been used for millennia to combat thirst, hunger and fatigue, as medicine, and for social and spiritual purposes.
What are the effects of Kanna?
Kanna is very relaxing and has a socially stimulating effect. Firstly, the light has a stimulating effect and after an hour the effect becomes relaxing. A number of users report experiencing an increased sensitivity to touch and an increase in libido. It also reduces anxiety and improves mood in most people. Users feel more connected to the environment.
With long-term use, you will not experience withdrawal symptoms. The plant is not hallucinogenic, and there are no serious side effects.
Kanna is best sniffed; the euphoric effect is then noticeable the fastest. Other methods make the process a little longer. When you snort kanna, 20 mg is enough to notice it. With the other methods you need more to feel some of it.