K2 Standard: contains a proprietary
blend of herbs and extracts including :
Canavalia rosea –
SEEDS ARE TOXIC.
Clematis vitalba –
Clematis is also known as Poor Man’s Friend and Boys Baca – referring to the stems being used as a tobacco substitute. However, all parts of the plant are toxic to a certain degree. Flowers were also used as a substitute for tea. TOXIC IF EATEN.
Nelumbo nucifera –
Pedicularis grandifolia –
Heimia salicifolia –
No adverse side-effects or after-effects are known. This plant is not known to be particularly toxic, although prolonged use can negatively affect memory.
Humulus lupulus –
Hop (Humulus lupulus) is cultivated for its use in beer-making. It is also used as an ornamental vine in many areas. Hop pickers can develop dermatitis from working with common hop plants
Leonurus sibiricus –
No truly toxic dosage is known massive overdoses fed to rats during experiments did not produce death. Because the effects of the pure herbage are not especially pronounced, they can be synergistically potentiated by mixing with other herbs.
Ledum palustre –
Wild rosemary is used in beer for it’s pleasantly fresh and spicy aroma, its bitter taste and also its enjoyable narcotic properties. It should not be used in excess as it is somewhat toxic and can cause headaches.