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Lagochilus inebrians, (Inebriating/Intoxicating Mint)

Lagochilus inebrians. Intoxicating/Inebriating MintLagochilus inebrians (Turkistan Mint, Inebriating Mint)

There are over 30 species of Lagochilus. Members of the mint family Labiatae, native from central Asia to Iran and Afghanistan.

Lagochilus inebrians (Inebriating Mint) has long been used for its intoxicating and sedative properties by Tajik, Tartar, Turkoman, and Uzbek tribesman and ancient Central Asian tribes used it during mysteries, feasts and holidays. Lagochilus inebrians was traditionally consumed as a tea.

Lagochilus inebrians is a narrow endemic species of the Uzbekistan flora and there are only a few places where it grows. It is rare and little know even within its small native region.

 

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Lagochilus inebrians Drid Foliage
Inebriating Mint Foliage 1/2 oz. $20 Please go to our New Shopping Cart Yes
Inebriating Mint Foliage 2 oz. $65 Please go to our New Shopping Cart Yes
Inebriating Mint Foliage 8 oz.(1/2 lb.) $200 Please go to our New Shopping Cart Yes
Inebriating Mint Foliage Kilo (2.2 lbs) $600 Please go to our New Shopping Cart Yes


 

 

 

 

 

 

Lagochilus inebrians (Turkistan Mint, Inebriating Mint)

There are over 30 species of Lagochilus. Members of the mint family Labiatae, native from central Asia to Iran and Afghanistan. Turkistan Mint.

Lagochilus inebrians (Inebriating Mint) has long been used for its intoxicating and sedative properties by Tajik, Tartar, Turkoman, and Uzbek tribesman and ancient Central Asian tribes used it during mysteries, feasts and holidays. The Inebriating Mint was traditionally consumed as a tea.

Lagochilus inebrians is a narrow endemic species of the Uzbekistan flora and there are only a few places where it grows. It is rare and little know even within its small native region. Lagochilas inebriens.