Klip dagga (leonotis nepetifolia), also known as Lion’s ear, is closely related to wild dagga (leonotis leonurus). Both are similar in that they have gorgeous bright orange flower clusters and are used similarly as medicinals for things like stress relief, fever and cough. Klip dagga has been naturalized in a wide range of tropical areas, including South America and Hawaii. But it can easily be grown in the summers of most locations on earth.
Both wild and klip dagga have their own advantages. Klip dagga is said to be very much the stronger of the two and emits a very skunky aroma that many people find particularly pleasant. However, the idea about strength seems to pertain more to the leaf material and perhaps the petals. Klip dagga pods tend to turn brown with maturity and are usually less desirable than those of leonotis leonurus at that point. If you can dry the pods before they set seed, they will remain green. But they are essentially clusters of needle-tipped capsules, and that make handling particularly annoying and painful.