Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum), also known as Kouwgoed, Channa or Kougoed, is a common occurrence in South Africa succulent plant from the ice herb family known for its psychoactive and anti-inflammatorydepressive operation. The plant has been used by the. Since pre-historic times hunter-gatherers and farmers who roam around in South Africa. The first reports of this plant date back to 1662, Jan van Riebeeck wrote about it. The fermented plant is originally chewed, by swallowing the release saliva the psychoactive substances are included. Nowadays it is usually sniffed or smoked. Sometimes chewed goods are used in tea, ointments and gel capsules.

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