MARIHUANILLA – COMMONLY CALLED HONEYWEED OR SIBERIAN MOTHERWORT
Marihuanilla (Binomial name Leonurus sibiricus, commonly called honeyweed or Siberian motherwort) is a small herbaceous plant with an upright stem that grows up to a height of 20 to 80cm tall without developing any branches. Its natural habitats are Southwest Asia, including China, Mongolia, and Russia, where it grows on stony or sandy grasslands or pine forests, but it has been naturalized in many other parts of the world and can now be found in South, Central, and North America as well. In Asia, it has been used for many centuries for its relaxing and soothing effects, but it also holds slightly intoxicating properties.
Dissolve half a teaspoon in 150ml boiling water and let it steep for 10 minutes.