Thornless Catclaw (Acacia berlandieri)
Commonly used part: Flowers
Reported effects are: Stimulating, energizing, increased alertness and euphoria.
Thornless Catclaw is a shrub native to the Southwestern United States and northeast Mexico. The plant belongs to a subfamily, the Mimosoideae (wattles) of Fabaceae (legumes). It grows 1 to 5 metres (3.3 to 16.4 ft) tall, with blossoms that are spherical and white, occurring from February through April. Researchers identified thirty-one alkaloids in samples of plant foliage, including trace amounts of four amphetamines previously known only from laboratory synthesis, including amphetamine, methamphetamine, para-hydroxyamphetamine and para-methoxyamphetamine.
In comparison with our E-Liquids which already deliver a surprising effect at a 4% concentration, our Resin Oil takes it to a higher level at a 50% concentration. 12 times stronger!
In practical terms it is a liquid resin which we achieve by adding Vegetable Glycerin to make it more versatile. It has an otherworldly viscosity much like a pitch-black honey. A 2ml unit already contains one gram of resin.
Since this product is so thick, common E-Cigarettes can’t handle it, you need an Herb Vaporizer. You can also use it sublingual and it will mix with food and drinks. When smoking, one hit should be a medium to strong dose, depending on your body weight, so the 2ml will last you a while. And when consumed orally dose is between ½ ml and 2 ml. Effects are different in accordance to the plant. Find an herb that suits you best.
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