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 Relaxing Herbs and Products

The plants, herbs, seeds and extracts in this section are known for their relaxing properties. In today’s busy environment it is essential that people take time out to relax and rest their mind. Hopefully you will find something here that will ease the tensions of every day life just a little bit.

 Dried Catmint (Catnip)            Size: 50g                                              Price: £18

The catmint species are used as relaxants, nervines, sedatives, and as antispasmodics. They are used to alleviate symptoms such as insomnia, stress, menstrual cramps, and gut cramps.

Herbalists will sometimes make a relaxing tea from a 25 grams of the dried product. People have also been known to smoke catmint which some say produces an awesome and pleasant euphoric feeling.

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 Super Potent Kratom         Size: 15g                                                     Price: £22

Kratom's pharmacology shares some elements of the activity of other substances including yohimbine. Kratom also has stimulant activity, and uncaria-like immunostimulant activity. Kratom is said to produce a sense of well-being, with users reporting anti-depressant, anti-anxiety, analgesic, and even euphorigenic effects. It is paradoxically a stimulant and depressant, used to aid work and also able to contribute to rest and sleep. Kratom's psychoactive effects are reported to be relatively short-lived, typically fading after a few hours

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 Pukatea Bark Extract Powder         Size: 1g                                             Price: £25

Pukateine is an alkaloid found in the bark of the New Zealand tree Laurelia novae-zelandiae ("Pukatea").

An extract from pukatea is used in traditional Māori herbal medicine as an analgesic, and it is thought pukateine is the active component, as it is similar in both structure and activity to alkaloids such as glaucine and tetrahydropalmatine which are found in Chinese medicinal herbs used as analgesics

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 50x Kava Kava Extract         Size: 3g                                                    Price: £18

The effects of drinking kava, in order of sensation, are slight tongue and lip numbing caused by the contraction of the blood vessels in these areas (the lips and skin surrounding may appear unusually pale); mildly talkative and euphoric behavior; calming, sense of well-being, clear thinking; and relaxed muscles. Sleep is restful and there are no after-effects the next day

Pharmacologically, kava is not addictive. Its active principal ingredients are the kavalactones, of which there are six major ones used to identify the chemotype of a particular variety.

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 45x Passion Flower Extract        Size: 3g                                                Price: £18

The fresh or dried leaves of Passion Flower are used to make an infusion, a tea that is used to treat insomnia, hysteria, and epilepsy, and is also valued for its painkilling properties. 

Maracujá (P. edulis) and a few other species are used in Central and South America for similar purposes. P. Incarnata has aromatase properties due to the presence of two flavonoid compounds: chrysin and benzoflavone moiety, the latter being more potent

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 Dried Kawakawa (Macropiper excelsum)     Size: 10g                                Price: £18

This plant is becoming popular as an alternative smoking herb. It is said to have a rich euphoric smoke that is very pleasant.
The active constituents were first identified by BRIGGS (1941) as the allyl benzene essential oils myristicin and elemicin. The leaves and terminal branchlets contain about 0.1% essential oil by steam distillation, composed of up to 41.3% myristicin, about 3.1% elemicin as well as minor amounts of pinene, phellandrene, aromadendrene, cadinene and other unidentified compounds (BRIGGS et al. 1975).

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