Herbology Boost Caps are the big brother of little sister Happy Caps, where happy caps are calming, relaxing and happy go lucky like, these are energy-packed, mind-clearing, stamina building, happy-making capsules.
I have combined the happiness of the Happy Caps, the mental power of the Study Caps, and the stamina and energy of the Sports Caps to give you the ultimate capsule.
What you can expect:
About half an hour after consuming Herbology Boost Caps you’ll immediately feel more confident, your fuzzy logic will clear and like the heavens that open up after the rain to let the sunshine in, BOOM, the Boost caps take hold of your chemicals in your brain and they correct all that is wrong and within minutes you’ll wonder why you didn’t do this sooner!
Great for those who have high-pressure jobs and hectic deadlines, perfect for those days that you need a pick me up, coz if coffee is a pick-me-up, then Boost Caps are a jet ride to mental brilliance. Jokes aside.
Stay alert, stay focused, stay awake, with clarity of thought, while your mood is uplifted and you find yourself feeling very happy and 100% on top of your shit. Make no mistake, these caps are one of a kind, it’s taken a long time to develop this recipe. They work immediately, no risk of addiction, no side effects.
The effects are mind-blowing & profound. Enjoy!
A little bit on Sceletium Tortuosum (nerd vibes loading!)
Sceletium tortuosum is a succulent plant commonly found in South Africa, which is also known as Kanna, Channa, Kougoed(Kauwgoed/ ‘kougoed’, prepared from ‘fermenting’ S. tortuosum)—which literally means, ‘chew(able) things’ or ‘something to chew’.
The plant has been used by South African pastoralists and hunter-gatherers as a mood-altering substance from prehistoric times. The first known written account of the plant’s use was in 1662 by Jan van Riebeeck. The traditionally prepared dried Sceletium was often chewed and the saliva swallowed, but it has also been made into gel caps, teas and tinctures. It has also been used as a snuff and smoked.
S. tortuosum is traditionally used to fight stress and depression, relieve pain and alleviate hunger and has been studied to alleviate excessive nocturnal barking in dogs and excessive nocturnal meowing in cats, both diagnosed with dementia. S. tortuosum may elevate mood and decrease anxiety, stress and tension. Intoxicating doses can be euphoric but not hallucinogenic, contrary to some literature on the subject. Sceletium tortuosum is a stimulant, in a moderate dose can cause euphoria, but in a higher dose paradoxically causes sedation.