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[mass noun] A preparation made from a southern African shrub of the mint family, used similarly to cannabis.
- ‘We provide wild dagga, salvia and salvia divinorum, kratom, kanna, wild lettuce opium and blue lotus for no intention or purpose.’
- ‘The wild dagga is a robust shrub which grows up to 2-3m tall and 1.5m wide.’
- ‘Pure wild dagga and Scotch Broom Topps are among some of the incredible herbs that make up this Enhanced Smoke Blend!’
- ‘Jimmy, I doubt a standard nursery is going to carry wild dagga.’
- ‘Although the entire wild dagga plant is usable, the flower petals seem to produce very pleasant smoke and are slightly higher in concentration of the active ingredient.’
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