3 Herbal Blends | 3 Ways to Buy
1. Starter Pack: an assortment of all three blends.
2. A Lil' Stash: a 4 oz glass jar of one blend.
3. Pre-Rolls: packed in a tin container, your choice of one blend in 5 pre-rolled vegan cones with filters to endure a clean and smooth burn.
Mugwort, Ashwagandha, Chamomile, Lavender, Sage, Rose
Helps with feelings of depression & anxiety, relaxation, good vibes, stress relief, feelings of euphoria, restfulness, creativity, and lucid dreams. Can induce relaxation, help digestion, and stomach problems, and stimulate appetite; a little goes a long way.
Mullein, Rose, Peppermint, Passionflower, Sage
A fresh taste, this blend helps with clearing respiratory passages and enhances the relaxing, mind-opening effects of cannabis. Can also help with digestion problems, sore throat, colds, coughs, muscle aches, and headaches.
Mullein, Ashwagandha, Rose, Damiana, Peppermint
With this blend, it’s all about love. Damiana is known as an ancient aphrodisiac, believed to increase desire and open the heart. Damiana is also said to increase nerve sensitivity. It has mood-elevating effects - calming nerves, relieving anxiety and depression. The roses also encourage love, trust, stress-relieving & magical energy.
What are herbal blends?
All of these blends are 100% cannabis-free but mix well with dried cannabis flowers for flavor and targeted/elevated effects. These herbs can also be used for vaping, candle spells, tea, bath soaks, bath aromatherapy, or burned as incense. Smoking mixes have been blended from a variety of herbs for years! They have played a vital role in ceremonies, recreation, and more recently in medical recovery from addictive substances. These herbs can be rolled up with organic paper or used in a pipe or other smoking accessory. They are free of any addictive substances and are not habit-forming. Herbs should not be used during pregnancy.
Many people do not know that smoking herbs is an old way of administering medicine- as it releases the medicine directly into the lungs, where it enters the bloodstream in just 6-8 seconds. Because of this, smoking mixtures are especially useful for the temporary relief of acute conditions. While smoking is not generally good for your health, occasional use of these herbs can relieve acute symptoms, and help one manage easier for the time being. Uses may include headache, stress, cramping or pain, addiction sedation, allergies, asthma attacks, anxiety attacks, and more. Herbal smoking blends can help people gradually reduce their use of tobacco or cannabis, replacing them with more therapeutic herbs that are not addictive or psychoactive.
MOISTURE CONTROL: Super dry herbs are not enjoyable to smoke. I recommend storing the majority of your mix completely dry, in an air-tight glass jar, out of the sun and cool if possible. Stick a small piece of apple, orange peel, lemon peel, etc. in the jar, to rehydrate the herbs. You can also give them a small spritz of water or honey. Ideally, you want them about as moist as they can be and still burn, for the best effect and the lowest temperature heat while burning, as well.
DISCLAIMER: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The efficacy of this product has not been confirmed by FDA-approved research. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from health care practitioners. Please consult your health care professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any product. The Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act requires this notice.
Although some people do use herbal smoking blends as they lessen their dependence on tobacco or use them sparingly on occasion for other purposes, smoking is not a healthy practice in the long term. Extracts, teas, and other herbal preparations are more appropriate for general use because they don’t carry the risks that smoking does such as carbon monoxide exposure and tar buildup in the lungs. While many herbs are generally considered safe, some can have interactions with other medications that you may be taking.