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Lions Tail (Wild Dagga) - Organic Glycetract

Lions Tail (Wild Dagga) - Organic Glycetract

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Leonotis leonurus

Glycetracts are made without using alcohol for the extraction of the herb. They are made from Glycerol, distilled water and herbs. The glycerol used is vegetable sourced. Glycetracts are suitable for people who need to avoid any alcohol (e.g. young children, recovering alcoholics and those with liver distress).

As you can see from the photo, you can understand why they call this herb "Lions Tail".   Lions Tail is also known as "Wild Dagga". Some people actually smoke Lions tail.  The smoke has been known to produce a mild euphoric high with a richly flavoured smoke. Lions Tail blends well with other herbs such as Mugwort. The dried leaves and flowers have been shown to have a mild calming effect when smoked.

Lions tail has been used traditionally used for

  • tuberculosis,
  • muscle cramps,
  • high blood pressure,
  • diabetes,
  • viral hepatitis,
  • dysentery,
  • diarrhoea
  • stimulate the gall bladder


Glycerin, Organic Lions Tail Extract, distilled water.


If you are on any medication you need to seek the advice of your health practitioner before consuming. If you are unsure, email us and our Herbalist/Naturopath will let you know.
The glycerin we use is non Palm oil, the vegetable source is canola oil and soy oil.  It is also GMO free and comes from Malaysia.  It is USP (United States Pharmacopoeia Standard) and BP (British Pharmacopoeia standard).


By purchasing this product, you acknowledge that you are aware of and understand the potential risks, contraindications and any possible complications associated with your product selection.
Oak Tree Herbal Clinic’s Herbal preparations are manufactured under GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices).
If you are being treated for any illness and are taking prescription medication for an illness, seek a Health Professionals consent for herbs you might be considering, either alone or as complementary therapies.  Do not try to self-diagnosis or attempt self-treatment for serious or long-term problems without first consulting a qualified practitioner or doctor.  Always consult a professional if symptoms persist.
Information on the web page is for educational purposes only.