Wild Dagga flower has been used for centuries as a natural remedy for snakebites, but also as a charm to keep snakes away in the first place. The primary effects that users take it for today are a combination of a mild euphoric sensation and an overall sense of relaxation and calm. Many users recommend it as an alternative to tobacco when combining with similar substances, and see it as a way to avoid the potentially harmful effect of nicotine. For those who don’t like to smoke, Wild Dagga flower can also be taken as a tea.
Side effects of Wild Dagga flower tend to be very mild and may include thirst (normal when smoking), fatigue and a mild headache. It is possible that the regular use of Wild Dagga could become habit-forming.