Lagochilis Inebrians is a deciduous shrub growing to three feet. It comes from the sunny, arid mountainous regions of Uzbekistan where it is traditionally made into a sedating tea. It is little known in this part of the world except by a a handful of exotic herb enthusiasts. Cultivation too, is limited to those who find hobby in it. Lagochils plants are finicky, so it is unlikely to hold much potential as a crop outside it’s native land. Growing in such remote regions, its limited supply is likely to keep it from expanding into common use. While it’s primary use on this side of the world seems to be related to novel curiosity, this herb has potential in many areas where herbs like valerian, pedicularis or kava are valued.
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