Tall shrubby South African plant of the mint family with deep green foliage that elongates into long strips after flowering. Especially striking for its fiery orange, feathery flower tufts that bloom in spikes or balls. Leonotis leonurus contains marrubin and is commonly called ‘Lion’s Tail’ because of its feathery gladiolus-like spiked flowers. The plant has had a long entheogenic and therapeutic tradition among the Hottentot tribesmen of South Africa. The tea can induce a deep meditative trance and is a strong relaxant. We have the world’s freshest and best smoking wild dagga, guaranteed!