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FOR SALE - Sceletium tortuosum - Plants

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I greet you in the Love and Light.


I currently have for sale some Sceletium tortuosum (Kanna) plants in A+ condition.






- 1 x plant for $20

- 3 x plants for $40

- 5 x plants for $60

- 10x plants for $100


Plus a flat fee of $10 for parcel postage with tracking number anywhere in Australia.


Payments can be made via PayPal or in cash.


Free pick up is also available from Brisbane.


Interesting cash free trades and swaps also considered.






- Sceletium tortuosum is a member of the Aizoaceae family and is native to South Africa.

- The genus contains 8 species.

- Sceletium tortuosum was one of the species used to prepare ‘Kanna’, which was utilised by the Khoi tribes and San tribes of Africa as a stimulant, hypnotic and as a sedative.

- Kanna was highly valued by tribesman and they believed it aided them to travel long distances with neither food nor water.

- The traditional method of preparation was to use the whole plant and crushed it between two flat rocks before fermenting it for 8 days in animal skins.

- It was then removed and dried in the sun for use.

- Kanna can be chewed, smoked, Insufflated, made into a tincture or used in a tea.

- Contains mesembrine, mesembrenone, mesembrenol, tortuosamine and others alkaloids.

- It has been reported that the stems and roots contain up to 30% more active ingredients than the leaves.

- Concentrations range from 0.05 - 2.3% in the dry product, with mesembrine being the major alkaloid.




- Sceletium tortuosum likes a well drained mix in full sun to part shade.

- Makes an excellent ground cover.

- Actively grows in colder and wetter winter times

- Becomes dormant with increasing heat, at which time watering should be slowed down and stopped in the hottest part of the year.

- Fertilise well when actively growing with SeaSol, worm tea or similar organic products.




Step 1: Gather whole plant material including leaves, stems and root. Wash thoroughly.

Step 2: Using a large granite mortar and pestle, crush the material thoroughly.

Step 3: Place the crushed material into a sterilised glass Mason jar.

Step 4: Place in direct full sun for 8 days until fermentation is complete. Be sure to shake the jar daily then open the jar to release any gas build up.

Step 5: Lay the material into a flat glass baking tray and allow it to completely dry in the sun for between 3-5 days. Alternatively you can finish this process in the oven at 100°C for approx 3-4 hours.

Step 6: Grind the Kanna in a coffee grinder. For smoking, a rough grind is best. For making a snuff, a super fine grind will be required. For chewing or use in tea, leave it unpowdered.


Any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.


Love & Light 





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I'm in Brisbane aswell and interested in just 1 plant please 

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Can vouch for infinity big healthy plants just got mine in the post :)

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Hi Kangaroo Vindaloo (cool name),  


Yes I’ve got some very healthy and large Kanna plants looking for a new home. They’re flowering at the moment as well. Very pretty. 


Just send me a private message and let me know how many you’re after etc and I’ll get onto it for you. Same with anyone else reading this who’s seeking the same. 


Love & Light


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