Cannabis Pepper for Beefsteak
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Armenian name of this spice plant that produce seeds like a pepper is ‘Hagni’ that translating as ‘Rhapsody’. This plant doesn’t have any connection with cannabis, its completely different species. But because it smells like cannabin and is used as a replacement for pepper, people called ‘Cannabis pepper’ or ‘Monks pepper’. Monks used Vitex agnus-castus as an anaphrodisiac (to curb sexual desires), hence the common name, chaste berry. Egyptians used bandages with crushed berries, barley, and red ochre to reduce swelling, mixed it with water to strengthen teeth, and used it internally with other herbs to treat constipation. Used in Pagan and Wiccan rituals to represent the virginity of the maiden as well as the wisdom of the crone.
Well known as spice to enrich the beef steak.
How to Use: Prepare the tenderloin by rubbing with finely chopped garlic and Cannabis pepper. Sear the outside on a hot BBQ plate before placing in a hot oven for 25 minutes. Allow to rest for 10 minutes before carving. Serve with fresh or grilled vegetables.
Ingredients: fruits of vitex agnus castus
Packaging: Exclusively limited edition of 20 gram in glass jar