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Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum) has effects that reportedly include the elevation of mood and a decrease in anxiety, stress and tension, and it has also been used as an appetite suppressant by shepherds walking long distances in arid areas. In intoxicating doses it can cause euphoria, initially with stimulation and later with sedation.

kanna anti depression Sceletium tortuosum (Kanna) is a succulent herb commonly found in South Africa, which is also known as Kanna, Channa. After the arrival of the Dutch in South-Africa, the name Kanna was changed to Kaugoed (which means 'something good to chew'). The plant has been used by South African pastoralists and hunter-gatherers as a mood-altering substance from prehistoric times.

Tablets and capsules of Sceletium are being used successfully by a number of psychiatrists, psychologists and doctors with excellent results for anxiety states and mild to moderate depression, and they can also be used by the lay public as supplements to elevate mood and for stress and tension.

Each bottle contains 60 pills of Kanna extract (500mg), take 1 or 2 pills as required to support mood and help with anxiety, stress and tension. Kanna is also used manage mild to moderate depression.



Each bottle contains 60 pills (take 1 or 2 pills as required)
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Take 1 or 2 pills twice daily as required to support mood and help with anxiety, stress and tension.



Warning:

Never use in combination with psychiatric medications including SSRIs (such as Prozac) and MAO Inhibitors. If you suffer from any illness or on medication check with your doctor before use.

An intoxicating dose of 4 capsules at once will cause euphoria, initially with stimulation followed by sedation. In such case do not drive or operate machinery.


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Kanna extract (500mg)


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