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Most of us are familiar, either from personal experience or the grapevine, with party drugs. Synthetic drugs like MDMA are known for their euphoric effects, whether used in a controlled space for therapeutic purposes or for straight rolling at a music festival—we aren’t condoning the latter, but we know it happens. Word on the herbalist’s street is that we can biohack our way to euphoria with totally natural and botanical SSRIs, namely a plant known as kanna.
All our extracts are standardized for consistency and reliability. Our various products have unique alkoloid profiles with different effects.
ULTRAKanna extracts are produced in a state of the art laboratory in South Africa. All our extracts are made in an FDA Inspected & GMP Certified facility.
The production of top-tier kanna extracts hinges upon the utilization of superior kanna plants. Our stringent quality criteria for kanna are predicated on a trifecta of factors: genetics, cultivation practices, and ethical considerations.
Through our South African supply partners we are involved in formal profit sharing (we donate 3% of our kanna purchases to the !Kai Korana Community) arrangements with the Khoikhoi, the traditional custodians of Sceletium knowledge, in particular the !Kai Korana Community.
Centuries before modern science delved into the depths of Kanna, the indigenous San people of Southern Africa had already established a profound connection with this plant.
The concept of a 'heart-opening' experience transcends mere emotional responses; it signifies an awakening, a surge of heightened emotional awareness.
Empathogens, a category of natural or synthetic agents that induce empathy, connection, and emotional openness, are intriguing.
Kanna, scientifically known as Sceletium Tortuosum, holds deep cultural significance entwined within South African heritage. It thrived not merely as a plant but as a symbol of emotional connectedness.