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Top Smokable Herbs for Relaxation, Meditation, and Energy

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Smokable herbs provide relaxation, promote meditation and offer a caffeine free energy boost. Whether you’re seeking a soothing ritual or a mindful experience, these herbs offer a unique way to engage with nature’s bounty. In this article, we’ll explore the top smokable herbs categorized by their effects: relaxation, meditation, energy, and base herbs. Herbs for…

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Is Wild Lettuce a Smokable Herb?

Wild Lettuce can be used as an herbal smoking blend, for an herbal bath, tea and aromatherapy dry blend.

Wild Lettuce was historically smoked as an alternative to using Opium in the 19th century.  The relaxing euphoric feeling makes falling asleep much easier when you smoke, sip, vape or steamed it. Wild Lettuce has a mild sedative effect which makes it great for anxiety. Used as a tea, smoke or tincture to treat insomnia. Medicinal…

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Can you smoke Raspberry Leaf?

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Used as medicine for centuries, providing high levels of vitamins and other nutrients. The entire raspberry plant was used by Natives of the Americas to treat a number of illnesses. Raspberry roots, leaves and bark were all used to treat different ailments of the digestive and intestinal tracts.  Roots were used to treat diarrhea while raspberry leaf tea was…

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Can You Smoke Skullcap?

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Smoke Skullcap for a calming and relaxing effect to your senses. History of Skullcap Skullcap has been show to treat anxiety and insomnia. A native North American perennial herb of the Lamiaceae (mint) family (View our Skullcap IGTV).  Cherokee smoke skullcap in ceremonies to mark the transition of girls to womanhood. The flowers look like…

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Can You Smoke Marshmallow?

Marshmallow can be used in an herbal bath, herbal smoking blend, tea and aromatherapy dry blend.

If images of roasted marshmallows over a campfire come to mind, your not wrong! The original marshmallow was the root of this plant. Todays marshmallows are all synthetic candies. But the leaf, stem and root of the Marshmallow plant holds a smilier texture along with a mucilaginous consistency. Its botanical name, Althaea officinalis, refers to…

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Can You Smoke Damiana?

Hand holding Damiana Flower and Herb

Smoking Damiana has been documented by Spanish Missionaries to Western Clinical scientist. Damiana as a Smoke The first time I met Damiana was on a hot humid day in Costa Rica. It’s small shrub with tiny yellow flowers only grow in Central and South America. Mainly used as a tea by the natives of these…

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Our Top Cannabis Herbal Pairings

Much credit is due to the Cannabis plant for inspiring the formulation of our blends. Raised in NYC, Cannabis was always around me: the streets, the buildings, the friends, the schools and the news. It wasn’t till my late 20’s that I actually stopped calling it “MJ”. During this deeper understanding of the plant kingdom,…

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The Magic of Smoking Mullein

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Smoking Mullein leaves open breathing airways. Smoking Mullein is one of those plants that will definitely give you a different perspective on the history of smoking. It has long been used as a healing herb with its main reputation as a respiratory remedy.¹ Mullein has white, yellow or orange flowers. Mullein grows 2 meters high with…

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“Going Back to Cali”… fornia Poppy

Not only is it the state flower of California but also the cousin of the opium poppy. A bright golden orange flower thats known for having sedative, analgesic, and antispasmodic properties.  In fact, it is considered a sub-opiate, as it is a milder version of the red poppy from which we get opium. When working on…

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