The name keif refers to both a desert cactus and the narcotic drug made from that plant’s milk. Keif is illegal in most countries, but where legal the quality and price are strictly regulated. A rare few spellcasters use keif as a means to deepen their understanding of magic. Known as sahir-afiyun, a phrase meaning “sorcerer of sleep,” these spellcasters believe that using the drug expands their minds to greater possibilities and thus greater magics. Most sahir-afiyun are arcane spellcasters.
Price 15 gp; Weight —;
Type ingested or inhaled; Addiction moderate; Save Fortitude DC 20
User gains +1d2 alchemical bonus to Strength, –2 penalty on saves against illusions and mind-affecting effects
User suffers 1d2 hours of fatigue
Doses 1 (15 gp); Spells enchantment school
Effect +1 caster level for the purpose of duration
Pathfinder Player Companion: Black Markets © 2015, Paizo Inc.; Authors: Ron Lundeen, Jason Nelson, David N. Ross, and David Schwartz.