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Smoking Herbs – Benefits, Side Effects, Blends To Try

Smoking Herbs – Benefits, Side Effects, Blends To Try

Smoking Herbs

According to the tenets of Ayurveda, smoking herbs is a daily affair. Apparently, it balances both Kapha Dosha and Vata, which basically means these herbals can help you with both therapeutic and preventive purposes. But then there’s more to smoking such herbs than what Ayurveda already talks about in detail. 

And today, we will find out all that you need to know about smoking some herbs! And no, we won’t talk about smoking marijuana today! So keep reading to find out all that you need to know. 

Exploring Smoking Herbs: What Are Smokable Herbs?

So what are these smokable herbs? And what herbs can you actually smoke? Can you even mix these herbs together? If you have similar questions, then you have arrived at the correct destination – let’s talk herbs today!

What Are Smokable Herbs?

What Are Smokable Herbs?

While smoking, in general, has been a huge part of human socialization ceremonies and activities for centuries, the simple fact that you can actually smoke tobacco alternatives free from nicotine is still widely unknown. 

And that’s not the only problem – then there’s the issue of herbal cigarettes. Although herbal cigarettes are used as props in films, there are so many dishonest companies who have resorted to providing wrong information and subsequently misdirect consumers simply by falsely advertising herbal cigarettes as an alternative to your usual tobacco. 

While only marijuana and tobacco are popular in the mainstream culture as the two smokable herbs, let me tell you, it’s a myth. If you are wondering if there are other herbs to quit smoking, then understand that several herbs have been used for various preventive purposes for ages. Some examples are as follows,

  • Althaea Officinalis,
  • Arctostaphylos Uva-ursi, and
  • Hypericum Perforatum.

A few months ago, I first came across the concept of smoking herbs, and the first herb I tried out was lavender – I kept asking Google, ‘can you smoke lavender?’ Guess what, you can! There are several blends that you can try out, such as consider blending your weed with Damiana or even roses – it all depends on what aroma, effect, and flavor you love! 

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Smoking Herbs: The Benefits And Side Effects

While the benefits of smoking herbs are several, like most things in life, it is only natural that there are certain risks associated with the same. So before you can invest in a few smokable herbs, let’s check out the benefits and risks associated with smoking these herbs. 

Benefits Of Smoking Herbs:

Benefits Of Smoking Herbs

The benefits of smoking herbs are as follows,

  • Treats Pain

Several herbs, when burnt, end up releasing calming volatile oils as well as different analgesic compounds which provide relief from pain caused by a toothache, earache, and backache. It also helps to treat migraines and headaches.

  • Preventive Purposes

Did you know that Hippocrates from ancient Greece used to favor burning juniper in different sickrooms to stop infectious diseases from spreading? Apparently, burning a few herbs also kept all evil forces away from you while offering you spiritual protection. In fact, Juniper is one of those herbal smokes which can be used for both spiritual and physical healing in various cultures. 

Please Note:
Apart from these benefits, every herb comes with its own set of benefits. For instance, Red Raspberry Leaf is high in calcium, phosphorus, potassium, flavonoids, vitamin A, and vitamin C. Then you have the really soft Mullein leaf, which is used simply as a medicine for your lungs. You can also check out how Peppermint boosts blood circulation while calming your nerves. 

Side Effects Of Smoking Herbs:

Side Effects Of Smoking Herbs

While smoking herbs for sleep is a great idea, it’s best to check out the side effects associated with these herbs – scroll down to find out now!

  1. Excess bleeding,
  2. Lost of sight,
  3. Impaired hearing,
  4. Dehydration,
  5. Loss of consciousness, and
  6. Delusion. 

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Blends To Try: What Smokable Herbs You Can Try Out!

If you look for herbs to smoke, you will find out that you actually have PLENTY of options when it comes to smoking herbs – from smokable herbs to flowers, there’s so much to try out! So without wasting time, let’s check out the top three smoking herbs you must try out! 

#Mullein

Known for being one of the most popular base herbs, Mullein is fluffy and light, but that alone doesn’t make it one of the best herbs to smoke. Instead, the fact that Mullein burns steadily and slowly makes the experience so much better – plus, there’s no strong smell or flavor. In fact, the herb is actually soothing on your throat. 

Mullein

The best part about smoking Mullein is you can easily blend the same with other herbs successfully. At the same time, this herb supports respiratory lung and health functioning, making it a popular blend amongst ex-tobacco smokers. 

#Red Raspberry Leaf

While looking for different types of smoking herbs, I came across Red Raspberry Leaf, and it’s safe to say that it was a good choice. The herb is characterized by a type of fluffiness that carries other varieties of herbs well and even adds a subtle fruity taste to your blend. 

Red Raspberry Leaf

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As compared to Mullein, Red Raspberry is not that neutral, but it still manages to blend just right. On top of that, this herb comes packed with different nutrients, which are frequently used for supporting female health. 

#Marshmallow Root

Marshmallow Root is yet another smoking herb that is a good choice for your base. This is because the dried root of the herb makes it fairly neutral and quite fluffy. Additionally, the herb also adds a subtly sweet tinge to your blend. 

Marshmallow Root

Moreover, the supportive properties of this herb are not just soothing for your lungs and throat but are also used for calming respiratory, digestive, and skin inflammation issues. If you are looking for smoking dried herbs, then this is a good option. I mean, I have tried to smoke roses, and even that was good.

#Bonus Section: Other Herbs To Try!

If you don’t want to smoke any of the herbs I have mentioned above, it’s fine because there are some other smoking herbs that you must try out!

Other Herbs To Try

So scroll down to find out now which other herbs you can smoke! 

  • Mugwort,
  • Damiana, 
  • Horehound,
  • Skullcap,
  • White Sage,
  • Passionflower,
  • Catnip,
  • Willow Bark, and
  • Uva Ursi

But these herbs either come flavor-free or carry just tinges of flavor! Let’s check out a few herbs that come with distinctive flavors. These can also help you to quit tobacco. So, the herbs to stop smoking, the ones busting with flavors, are as follows,

  • Peppermint,
  • Spearmint,
  • Rose,
  • Lavender,
  • Anise,
  • Sage, and
  • Monarda.

And It’s A Wrap!

Smoking herbs is any day better than smoking tobacco or something worse. So if you have been looking for herbal alternatives, then take this article as Universe’s signal – quit those cigarettes today and instead try out some herbs for a change. And with the right blend (yes, I am talking about marijuana), you can LITERALLY go places. 

So tell us what you think about smoking herbs for a change. And in case you have smoked herbs in the past, then don’t forget to share your experiences with us in the comments below.

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