Herbal Smoke Blend
People decide to try smoking herbs for a wide variety of reasons. There's no question they are better for you than tobacco, and each herb has properties that may be good for your health.
Here are a few of the most common reasons for smoking herbs:
- Kicking a tobacco/nicotine habit
- Mood enhancement
- Spiritual ceremonies/rituals
- Respiratory support
- Mental stimulation/energy
Our smoke blend includes:
Mullein- famous for supporting respiratory health and lung function. This makes it a popular choice in blends for past tobacco smokers.
Hyssop- used to potentially treat emphysema and purify the lungs because it is an expectorant. Hyssop also potentially soothes irritated mucous membranes in the respiratory system. On top of lung and respiratory health, hyssop is used to relieve anxiety and stimulate focus.
Red raspberry- Adds a sweet touch to any herbal blend. May neutralize poison caused by nicotine, helps to support healthy blood sugar levels, helps to tighten skin, and supports women’s health, relaxation of muscles, and the immune system.
Wormwood- may be used as a relaxant. With the right dosage, it can stimulate the brain to create a peaceful and calming feeling. Can also be used as a light anaesthetic. It is commonly used to give relief to menstrual cramps and muscle pains. It is also being used as a remedy for common cold, tapeworm, headaches, dysentery and even rheumatism.
Mugwort- Many ancient cultures smoked mugwort to promote vivid dreams. It also produces a very mild psychotropic effect while you're awake.
Catnip- Catnip’s sedating effects make the plant suitable for relieving various mental conditions like stress and anxiety. The herb might also aid sleep by shortening sleep onset Time. Pain-relieving- headache remedy (in moderation) Catnip can aid bowel functions by relieving gastrointestinal issues like indigestion, flatulence, and cramping.
Many herbs contain aphrodisiac properties, and catnip is no exception. The plant has been used for years to relieve sexual performance issues.
Other potential benefits of catnip for humans include;
- Relieving coughs and hives
- Relieving fevers
- Addressing delayed menstruation by stimulating the contraction of the uterus
- Insect repellent
Lavender- help alleviate stress and promote relaxation. One of the primary terpenes is linalool which helps the body to fight stress and also strengthens the immune system.
Calendula- has a smooth floral citrus taste that increases your positive mood.
Rose- known for their ability to assist people who are trying to quit smoking nicotine-filled cigarettes. Smoking rose petals is also said to alleviate the symptoms of depression and enhance mood. Smoking rose petals decrease the symptoms associated with nicotine-withdrawals effectively.
Marshmallow root- This smokable herb moisturizes the lungs, easing dry aches with a medicinal gentleness. Its terpenoids deliver a mildly psychoactive buzz that's heady and energy refreshing, while soothing sore membranes and relaxing the throat.
Willow bark- contains a chemical called salicin, which is similar to aspirin. It has pain and fever reducing effects in the body. People commonly use willow bark for back pain, osteoarthritis, fever, flu, muscle pain, and many other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support most of these uses.
Peppermint-improves blood circulation and relaxes the nerves. It is a strong purifying agent that can restore and rejuvenate both the mind and body. Fabled for its healing properties, Peppermint can also ensure easy breathing by clearing the lungs And respiratory passages.
Disclaimer! Smokable herbs are really meant for occasional use because constantly breathing smoke into your lungs- no matter the source- is not ideal.
Herbal Smoke Blend