Each purchase comes with enough herb to smoke for just about 2 weeks.
Below you will find the benefits of each of our options.
Herbs for Your Lungs
Mullein: A tasteless light smoke, Mullein is revered as a highly medicinal herb that cleanses lung infections and inflammation. It's an expectorant, meaning that it helps in breaking up respiratory congestion and promotes productive coughing.
White Horehound: White horehound is a very potent anti-inflammatory, specifically regarding respiratory inflammation. In natural medicine practices, it is used to treat bronchitis, whooping cough, and asthma. White horehound also has the ability to stimulate the appetite. This useful herb is also analgesic which helps with general aches and pains, specifically headaches and toothaches.
Hyssop: Hyssop has been regarded as a holy herb for centuries, mentioned in the Bible as an herb used to cleanse and purge. Hyssop is often combined with white horehound to deliver powerful, penetrating healing to lung tissues. Hyssop is also used to treat emphysema and purify the lungs because it is such a powerful expectorant. Not only does hyssop clear all the gunk from your lungs, it also soothes irritated mucous membranes in the respiratory system. On top of lung and respiratory health, hyssop is used to relieve anxiety and stimulate focus. Warning, because of its powerful ability to cleanse the body, hyssop has been reported to make some people sweat as the herb initiates the body to detoxify itself through the skin.
Korean Ginseng: Popularly used in a tonic for restoring balance in the body, Korean ginseng also releases many medicinal properties when smoked. It dilates constricted vessels in the lungs allowing for deeper and more effective breathing. Korean ginseng also cleanses the adrenal glands and reduces the physical side-effects of stress in your body such as high cortisol levels in the bloodstream. As an added bonus, it also provides a refreshing boost of energy and optimism which in turn lessens fatigue and anxiety. Amazingly, Korean ginseng has been shown to decrease cancer development in lung tissue.
Herbs Used to Quit Cigarettes
Red Raspberry Leaf: Not only does Red Raspberry Leaf contain a wide variety of medicinal compounds, it is also a great tobacco alternative. Smoking Red Raspberry leaves even neutralizes nicotine poisoning. It also helps with easing menstrual pain, which is why it is a top ingredient in Whoopi & Maya's PMS tincture. Red Raspberry is a sedative herb that produces a calming effect on the nervous system. Its fluffy texture makes Red Raspberry the perfect base for an herbal smoking blend.
Bergamot: A very strong lung antiseptic, bergamot is rich in oregano oil which has a plethora of healing properties. This powerful herb could easily be placed in the “herbs for your lungs” category because of its effective lung infection-fighting properties. Commonly used to help smokers quit cigarettes and is also known for its uplifting energy and immune-boosting properties.
Mugwort: This unique herb has a long, entwined history with humankind. Its mild hallucinogenic properties have entranced people for centuries, leading it to be heavily used in rituals and spiritual endeavors. On a medicinal level, mugwort is similar to cannabis in the sense that it has a wide range of benefits. This special herb has been used to treat cardiovascular problems, fever, cold/cough, intestinal parasites, epilepsy, cerebral palsy, chronic pain, digestive issues, nervous problems, asthma, menstrual problems, and even brain disease. When smoked, mugwort relaxes the body and is known to enhance and improve recollection of dreams. It's light and fluffy, like mullein, which makes it a great base for an herbal smoking blend.
St John's Wort: One of the most common medicinal herbs in the world, St John's Wort is best known as an all-around “feel good” plant. It's a mood stabilizer and enhancer that has been used for centuries to alleviate depression and melancholy. St John's Wort can also reduce symptoms of anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). When smoked, St John's Wort acts as a mood-elevating sedative, erasing signs of tension throughout the body.
Skullcap: An herb that delivers a diverse number of health benefits, skullcap is best known for reducing anxiety and insomnia. This incredible herb and our nervous system are a match made in heaven. Skullcap boosts the central nervous system, reduces nervous anxiety, and helps nervous headaches.
Wormwood: Famed for being the primary ingredient in absinthe, it turns out that wormwood isn't as strong of a hallucinogen as once thought. Prior to its infusion into alcohol, wormwood was revered as a very medicinal herb. And contrary to popular belief, you won't bear witness to any dancing green goblins after ingesting this unique herb. It's a light anesthetic, providing relief to pain and muscle/menstrual cramps. Smoking wormwood releases mild effects that help reduce pain, headaches, and even rheumatism.
The dried flowers of the blue lotus plant are smoked or steeped in a tea in order to give the user a sense of peaceful relaxation. Blue Lotus is noted for its calming euphoria, aphrodisiac qualities, and sedation.
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