The inebriating mint, as it is named in English, is a Central Asian shrub of the family of the labiatae.
Use: The leaves are dried and prepared as a tea.
Active constituents: Lagochilin, a bitter diterpene. Whether it acts psychoactive is not clarified. The discoveries about Salvia divinorum at least make it seem possible.
Effects: Relaxing, mood enhancing, inebriating.
Side effects: None are known. Because of insufficient information caution is advised.
Suppliers: Seeds, living plants and dried herb in ethnobotanical stores.