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.
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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.