Sometimes, there's a lot of confusion over which herbal smoking products are which, especially because there seems to be a growing number of terms for them. In short, almost all of them mean the same thing. Before we go any further, though, please note that none of the smoking herbs we offer through our Herbal Smoke Shop are intended to be a substitute for any medicine or drug, legal or otherwise, and we make no claims whatsoever in relation to any of the products. Please do not ask about whether any of the herbal smoking products we offer mimic the effects of any other product. We offer each one of these to be enjoyed for their own pleasurable taste and unique properties.
We focus on herbal smoking blends of traditional herbs and blends used, at times, for thousands of years in shamanic and Native American traditions, as well as rituals in Africa, India, and elsewhere. We offer our own favorite blends as well as herbal buds and blends from a select few manufacturers based on the ones we have found to be most enjoyable and pleasant-tasting. None of our products contain any of the dangerous chemicals or other additives that appeared on the market for a while. We're proud to offer herbal smoking blends that are completely legal everywhere in the world.
Although many of the exotic botanicals used in these herbal smokes have long histories of use, due to FDA regulations, we make no claims in regards to the effects of these products on the human body. Furthermore, none of our herbal smoke blends are intended to diagnose, prevent, or cure any disease.
That being said, there are really four main types of herbal smoking blends:
FLOWER BUDS: These come in 2 forms. One is a real flower bud, harvested from a real plant. The other is a “pressed” bud that is held together by some sort of natural bonding agent such as cellulose (the same thing that the “glue” on rolling papers is made from). Both appear as real "buds", but only a few are actual buds from a single plant. Many blends from places like International Oddities seem to be based on well-known herbs such as Wild Dagga and Wild Lettuce, and come in varying types. The real flowers can be made into tea.
SMOKING BLENDS: These are everything else. Anyone can make claims as to the potency of their herbal smoking blends, but the only ones we offer here, are based on solid historical data, recipes, and intensive research into the most effective blends with tangible effects. If something only has a placebo effect, or if the herbal smoke isn’t tasty and enjoyable; we don’t offer it. These can also be made into teas.
BURNING BLENDS: This is something that we thought of many years ago. These are more versatile, as they can be rolled into cigarettes and smoked as an herbal smoking blend or burned as an incense. These exclusive blends typically don't have herbal extracts as our smoking blends do; they are recipes with natural herbs in them, made from pure leaves only. These blends can be made into teas.
SMOKING SOLIDS: These are composed of herbs and natural resins that make them more intense and enjoyable. There are a few different types, with blends all based upon ancient recipes that helped our ancestors to better connect with various levels of perception! The smoking solids can be burned as an aromatherapy or smoked for more intense effects.
We have our own personal favorites, but to pick a Top Seller would be impossible. Those looking for tasty smokes gravitate towards our Blueberry Buds, while others who want to use their herbal buds as a base for flavor enhancers often choose our A'hia Buds. Then, the blends we carry in our Herbal Smoke Shop with the most potent blend of herbs in them are, as usual, our Daganda and Lucid Blends, both of which come in colorful packaging, complete with rolling papers, and as with all our products at the shop; backed by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
Albino Rhino Buds
These pressed "buds" contain a secret blend of smoking herbs that have a surprisingly pleasant taste and offer a smooth burn.This herbal smoke product is another one of the new generation of "legal buds", and we offer it here because we like to offer as wide a range of herbal products as possible for our customers. These pressed "buds" contain a secret (to us) blend of smoking herbs that have a surprisingly pleasant taste and offer a smooth burn. The flavor is slightly violet-like, and has a pleasant lingering aftertaste as well.
1/4 oz $33, 1/2 oz $44, 1 oz $60
No more bad JUJU! Time to eliminate those funky feelings. Get your swagger back and show how its done. Let this blend lull you away from the negativity & back to your positive, confident self. Reduce the stress and let lose the SWAG. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $38
WARNING: Smoking of any kind is dangerous to one’s health, even if it's a chemical-free herbal smoking blend like the products we offer here. Be Aware That Any Of Our Products Containing California Poppy May Cause User To Have A False Positive Drug Test For Opiates!
Do Not Operate Machinery After Using These Products!!
Benton's Blue Smoking Blend
Sweet Smoke Herbs has taken an ancient South Indian formula and made it into a smooth-burning Herbal Smoking Blend that we're proud to offer here. We grew tired of paying extremely high prices for herbal smoking blends (or "legal buds" as they are commonly called). We love this line of all-organic, non-synthetic herbal buds that, unlike those of certain competitors, are completely natural, and available at a nice price. With so much interest in herbal smoking blends, we decided to find a manufacturer who offered completely chemical-free, synthetic-free blends. This blend combines the power of sweet-scented flowers with Indian herbs that were traditionally used in meditation rituals. We have taken an ancient South Indian formula and made it into a smooth-burning herbal smoking blend. Makes Great Tea!
1/2 oz $33 or 1 oz $40
Big Buddha’s Bang
This is truly a MAGICAL blend that fools the body into believing its had nicotine. Quell nicotine cravings & gently calm your worries. RECLAIM your life. Break free from harmful substances and SEIZE THE DAY like Master Buddahs. Do it for the Ahhhhhhs.
**Will Test False Positive for Opiates** Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $38
Blue Lily Flowers, nymphaea caerulea
This is the high quality, organic, shade-dried Sacred Blue Lily of the Nile Dried Flowers and Tops that other sites sell for twice as much. Traditionally, a cigarette made of dried Nymphaea caerulea flowers was smoked during Egyptian ceremonies. Makes Great Tea!
1/2 oz $27, 1 oz $32, 2 oz $40
Blue Skies Blend
A Blend of Blue Lotus and Damiana Which is Suitable for Rolling in Paper or Packing in a Pipe. It Makes A Delightful Incredible Euphoric Smoking Blend. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $30
Calamus Root Cut & Sifted
Calamus is quite common in Manipur and the Naga Hills of India and is found on the edges of lakes and streams. The root is attributed with an intensely aromatic fragrance that resembles a mixture of ginger, cinnamon and nutmeg. In ancient times it was even used as a cinnamon substitute in ritual incenses. In Ayurveda, calamus is considered an aromatic, bitter tonic which stimulates digestion. Similar in appearance to ginger, calamus root's sweet smell has made it a key component in perfumes. It may be ground up and smoked for a pleasurable flavor.
Be careful when choosing the Calamus root you buy. You can find plenty of calamus from China and India. Our Calamus is hand gathered in the Oregon wilderness and brought to you in unadulterated form. There are many varieties available. Our calamus is always American Calamus (Americanus), which grows only in the northern United States. Acorus calamus var. Americanus contains plenty of Alpha-asarone, but it lacks significant amounts of Beta-asarone, which is possibly carcinogenic.* Makes Great Tea!
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to cure, treat, diagnose, or prevent any disease.
1 oz $25, 4 oz $30, 16 oz $50 Or Calamus Root Pills 30 for $24, 60 for $32
This is not just for a winter’s day. Let this light dreamy blend usher you into the realm of slumber. Dynamically balanced with notes of cool mint, this blends main component, the California Poppy, cousin to the Opium Poppy, is safe & does not have the addictive properties of Opium. Make California Dreaming your ritualistic bedtime blend & REJUVINATE with Mr. Sandman. **Will Test Positive for False Opiates** Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $38
California Poppy Dried Herb, eschscholzia californica
This was traditionally used by native American tribes as a calmative herb and prepared as a tea to promote healthy, restful sleep.* This herb is freshly harvested, then quickly processed into a cut and sifted herb. Warning, will test false positive for opiates. Makes Great Tea!
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to cure, treat, diagnose, or prevent any disease.
1 oz $35, 4 oz $40, 16 oz $60 Or California Poppy Pills 60 for $32, 100 for $40
Who let the Cats out? Time to get Catty and Purrrrrr. This blend is grounded and earthy. Catnip in conjunction with these other ingredients will have you lazing about in no time. It will gently whisk you & your beloved away into a world of your own, gracefully entwining you both into a state of harmony. RECONNECT romantically. Be authentic and run with it! Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $38
Damiana , turnera aphrodisiaca
Traditionally, Damiana Leaf, also known as Tumera diffusa, has been used by the people of Central and South America for hundreds of years. There it was first recorded by Spanish Missionaries as it was used by Mexican Indians, using Damiana leaves mixed with sugar as a powerful tea that enhanced lovemaking and worked as a powerful aphrodisiac. It is also named in Mexican folklore as the ingredient that flavored the original margarita; an alcoholic drink now famous throughout the world.
In modern holistic use, Damiana leaf is still used as an aphrodisiac, but is reported to be of medicinal aid in treating coughs, constipation and depression. It is also said to help with fibromyalgia, and breathing issues, as well as impotency, infertility, and the varied symptoms of menopause. Helps to balance the hormones.
Damiana leaf is also a wonderful hearbal smoke which sometimes is referred to as a legal high. It is a mild purgative, diuretic, tonic, acting directly on the reproductive organs, stimulant, hypochondriastic, and aphrodisiac. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $25, 4 oz $35, 8 oz $45 Or Damiana Pills 60 for $32
A skillfully blended mixture of Organic Damiana and Wild Dagga Which Makes An Exceptional Euphoric Smoking Blend and Relaxing Tea. For more info see individual herbs.
Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $36
"Diviner's Three" Incense Burning Blend
This is an aromatic incense blend is a combination of several sacred herbs: Wild Dagga, premium Blue Lily of the Nile, and Kratom Premium Crushed Incense. The perfect blend of herbs took many months of trial-and-error, but we eventually found the ideal formula. Each herb intertwines with the next, creating a rich aromatic experience. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $30, 4 oz $60, 16 oz $175
"Dreamer's Blend" Incense Burning Blend
We have combined five herbs long associated with dreaming in this incense burning blend. The blend contains Calea zacatechichi (synonym, C. ternifolia), motherwort, wild lettuce, mexican tarragon, and California poppy. Place in the incense burner alone or with other favorite ritualistic herbs. Will test false positive for opiates. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $30, 4 oz $60, 16 oz $175
Druid Mood Smoking Blend
The "divine blends" were sold in bags and pouches all over Scotland to be smoked in a pipe in order "to be rid of the lethargies that plague the body and open the mind to the spirits above". We are proud to offer our Druid Mood Blend here at a price that's quite friendly to wayfarers and wandering souls alike. Mixes well with any of our 50x resin packs to give it extra potency and flavor.
The Diviner blend became popular as a fantastic tool used by Druid priests to drive away negative energies and enhance spiritual and emotional well-being. It is said that the secret combination of these herbs was passed down strictly by word of mouth till the early 18th century, when the onset of the tobacco industry and the Church destroyed many herbalists by branding their art as "witch craft".
It was only very recently that another herbalist came up with the idea of recreating this lost "Divine Blend" – with almost all of the herbs used originally – when she came across an old manuscript from Scotland containing precious information about Scottish herbs.
Using African and Tibetan meditative herbal manuals and modern biochemical research on the effects of herbs, she combined the original Scottish herbs with magico-spiritual plants used in the ancient Ifa religion of West Africa, Tibet, India and Nepal and recreated the ancient Scottish Divine Blend, now re-enforced with the sacred blue and white lotus of the Himalayas.
The blend is offered as a wonderful pipe smoke blend that can be used as an incense. The most effective way to use these herbs is to have a warm cup of tea – and relax with a pipe or cigarette made from the blend!
Mugwort is a main ingredient in Druid Mood Blend (it's the basis of the blend and the addition of other herbs is intended to amplify its effects). With an ancient herbal tradition and a diversity of indigenous herbs, Scotland is among the world’s best places that can offer us viable and very effective formulae for the practice of creating herbal smoking blends.
This blend was created originally to solicit the favor of Tatha, an ancient goddess of Scotland. On her shore, an ancient Druid prophet whose name is lost in antiquity was divinely presented the original blends. The "divine blends" were sold in bags and pouches all over Scotland to be smoked in a pipe. Druid Mood Smoke blend is made of Mugwort (the dominant herb by large measure), with dashes of Celandine, Betony, Catnip, Woodruff, Wormwood, Damiana, Skullcap, Sweet Cicely, Wild Dagga, Pygeum, Buchhu, Wild Lettuce, Valerian, Spikenard, and Blue and White Lotus petals pre-soaked in a special blend of herbal extracts and precious oils.
Makes Great Tea!
1/2 oz $33, 1 oz $45
Ancient Egyptians understood the importance to RE-BALANCE the mojo. Blue Lotus is the main character in this vivacious smoke. Conspiring with Passion Flower & Damiana, Herb Smacked™ will harmonize, synthesize & equalize your EQUALIBRIUM. Take your time and unwind your mind. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $38
REGENERATE those wary lungs. Help release and unblock your breathers. Humboldt Haze, does two jobs. Help expel all the gunk in your lungs & REGENERATING you to a new refreshed demeanor. Great blend to pair with your own tobacco or as an alternative.
DO NOT USE IF YOU HAVE LIVER DISORDER Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $38
This Is One of the Newest Organic Smoking Blends. A skillfully blended mixture of Catnip, Siberian Motherwort, Motherwort, and Wild Dagga. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $30
HW Lucid Dreams
One of Our Newest Organic Smoking Blends. Lucid Dreams is a Special blend of Mugwort, Damiana, Siberian Motherwort, Lemongass and Motherwort. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $30
HW Poppy Haze
This is a natural blend of Wild Lettuce, Celandine aka (OPI 8), and California Poppy. All 3 herbs have an opiate like effect and have a mild opiate sedating effect. Suitable for Rolling in paper and smoking in a pipe. All herbs are wildcrafted or organic. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $30
HW Wild Blue
Wild Blue Original Blend Contains Wild Lettuce, Blue Lotus, and Yarrow Which Makes A calming delightful tasting smoke or tea. Suitable for Rolling in paper or smoking in a pipe. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $30
I.O. Dro Buds
Of all the legal buds we have researched, this one has the sweetest taste and best smell of all the herbal smoke buds around. Of all the legal buds we have researched, this one has the sweetest taste and best smell of all the herbal smoke buds around. We found this one smooth burning and pleasant. This product already has return customers, and it has become a favorite of several people here at the shop.
1/4 oz $33, 1/2 oz $44, 1 oz $66
Meditative Smoke. Stimulate Your State of Mind...
Ingredients include artemesia vulgaris, tagetes, scotch broom tops, artemisia absinthium, sage, star of bethlehem, and mentha. This Is A Good Relaxing Blend. Makes Great Tea!
1/2 oz $30, 1 oz $36, 4 oz $90
Calms Nervous System
Lets calm the nervous system and nourish the brain. Mendo Pretendo is a mellow blend that will have you couch surfing on a rainy day. Gotu Kola will nourish your brain while you pretend your on holiday. For an extra plus, Mullien is a lung cleanser.
HANG all 10 on the couch. Makes Great Tea!
"Morphing Blend" Burning Blend
A combination of sacred herbs carefully crafted from premium Wild Dagga Flowers (Lion's Tail), Motherwort, fresh Damiana tops, Desert Scullcap, Private Reserve Kratom, and Blue Lily Flowers. Each herb on its own has been burned in ritual as incense for thousands of years in meditation ceremonies intended to bring about profound states of relaxed awareness and increase one’s sense of well-being. Perfect for deep meditation and relaxation. Place in an incense burner alone or with other favorite ritualistic herbs. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $30, 4 oz $60, 16 oz $180
Native American Pipe Smoke
To Native Americans, herbs represented not only food and medicine but also spirit and magic, and were used with great respect. Using these principles, our chemist developed a blend of herbs that can be used in the traditional herbal method of native American medicine men. This blend can be smoked or used as a smudge. Native Americans believed that smudging was effective for many ailments of the spirit, including in alleviating feelings of sadness and negativity, inability to focus, and providing clarity of thought.
To the indigenous people of the Americas, herbs represented not only food and medicine but also spirit and magic, says David Winston, a professional member of the American Herbalists Guild and a practicing herbalist in Washington, New Jersey. "They saw plants as living beings,” says Winston. “They were used with great respect. Plants had life and power.”
Native Americans introduced Westerners to several important herbs, including cinchona, sarsaparilla, black cohosh, sassafras, witch hazel, capsicum, goldenseal, and echinacea. Besides this, they also introduced an important aspect of thousands of classical herbal formulas described in texts common in the East, but new for the West: healing the mind and heart with spirit energies. Interestingly, the ancients everywhere saw underlying conditions for these emotional diseases that were to some extent treatable with herbal formulas and diet.
These herbs were used for to correct both bodily and emotional imbalances which were seen as conditions where the individual was behaving in a way that was considered not him or herself. These shamanistic methods of healing were also a significant part of traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic medicine in India. Using these principles, our chemist developed a blend of herbs, that can be used in the traditional herbal method of native American medicine men. This blend can be smoked or used as a smudge. Native Americans believed that smudging was effective for many ailments of the spirit, including in alleviating feelings of sadness and negativity, inability to focus, and providing clarity of thought.
Native American Pipe Smoke blend ingredients including Betony, Catnip, Damiana, Mullein, Mugwort, Peppermint, Sage, Skullcap, Spearmint, Spikenard, Valerian, Wild Dagga, Wormwood, Wild Lettuce, and Blue and White Lotus petals pre-soaked in a special blend of herbal extracts and precious oils. Makes Great Tea!
1/2 oz $33, 1 oz $44
Nebula Herbal Smoking Blend
We grew tired of paying extremely high prices for herbal smoking blends (or "legal buds" as they are commonly called), so we decided to create our own line of all-organic, non-synthetic herbal buds that, unlike those of certain competitors, are completely natural, and available at a nice price.
This special blend of mostly leafy plants is predominantly used in Tibet and Nepal by shamans to call on different spirits during healing ceremonies, so that the shamans can ask those spirits for assistance. It is also sometimes sold as an herbal smoking mixture called Himalayan Spirit Clearing Mint Blend. Ancient texts on herbalism from these regions held that burning and inhaling the vapors of plant-based incenses could address ‘ailments of the spirit’, such as grief and mental lethargy, and encourage states of calm.
Nebula Blend Ingredientsn Include Pure shade-dried herbs and herbal oils of Blue Lotus, White Lotus, Calamus, Neel leaves, wild Marigold, wild Peppermint, wild Chrysanthemum flowers, Indian Sarsaparilla, Cistus, Mugwort, Acacia, Artemisia, Scullcap, Himalayan fir, Eucalyptus, Myrrh, Mullein, Wormwood, Woodruff, and a proprietary powder blend from a shaman in Nepal.
Makes Great Tea!
1/2 oz $33, 1 oz $44
Nepalese Shaman Blend
A pinch (less than 3 grams) may be mixed with any smoking blend, either in a pipe or rolled as a cigarette. In honor of the plants commonly used by Nepalese shaman, we combined oils, powders, petals and seeds of Blue Lotus, Calamus (Acorus calamus var. americanus), Camphor, Red Poppy petals, Acacia, Davana, Frankincense, Galangal, Turmeric, Valerian, Skullcap and Sweetgrass.
Ceremonial Use: This ritual should always be accompanied by music and a drink – either alcohol (very mild red or pink wine – NO white wine or strong alcohol) or non alcoholic (blue lotus tea, blue lily tea, bala root tea, calamus tea) Throw a pinch of the Nepalese Shaman blend on a hot rock or in a charcoal burner set on a tripod. Inhale the vapors deeply for a few minutes, lie down on your back, close your eyes and meditate on your third eye – you will find yourself floating into a calm state of bliss.
According to the ancient ancestral cult embodied in India, Nepal, Burma, Tibet and China, the roles played by shamans was unparalleled by either king or priest. The word "shaman" originates from two sources: India and Russia. The first shamans as we know them came from the Tungus people in northern Siberia, who related its origin to the Hindu word Samaa or Sramaa, which means “the monk who can speak to plants and animals”.
Through rigorous training and practice these holy men who wandered the Himalayas learnt the art of going into a trance, using music and breathing rhythms among other techniques. In these regions it is believed that a good shaman is able to acquire admission to other planes of reality, that his soul can leave his body, go into heaven or the underworld and come back with messages for his people.
For a more ceremonial use, you can also throw a pinch of the Nepalese Shaman blend onto a hot rock or in a charcoal burner set on a tripod. Inhale the vapors deeply for a few minutes, lie down on your back, close your eyes and meditate on your third eye. We find this ritual even more pleasant when combined with soft music and a soothing cup of non-caffeinated herbal tea.
Makes Great Tea!
1/2 oz, $40, 1 oz $60
The outstanding antiviral properties of the Osha root are still recognized today. In fact, it is still used as early medication for the common cold and flu. Most people actually take this root at the first signals of coughing and sneezing. It is very effective as treatment for respiratory conditions such as sinus congestion, sore throat and inflammations in the bronchus. Because of this, the Osha root, together with honey, has become an essential ingredient in herbal cough syrups. These cough syrups can also be taken by those traveling to higher altitudes or for those who will be doing long-distance hiking as it promotes easy breathing.
Other people powder the root and drink it as tea, ADD IT TO THIER FAVORITE SMOKING BLEND FOR FLAVOR or apply it as a topical treatment for skin infections. It has also been reported to be effective against indigestion, muscle cramps and ulcers. Because of its medical uses, capsule versions of the root combined with other Native American herbs have been produced and sold locally for easier intake. Some burned it as a purifying incense for protection from evil spirits and dangerous pathogens. Osha has been fervently used for centuries, in ways similar to Echinacea. Native American runners chewed roots for increased endurance. Makes Great Tea!
1/2 oz $26
Peace Pipe Smoking Blend
Peace Pipe Smoking Blend is a mixture of nine relaxing herbs. These herbs have been specially blended to provide a peaceful and pleasurable smoking experience. Peace Pipe contains the following: Lobelia inflata (Indian Tobacco), Verbascum thapsis (Mullein Leaf), Humulus lupuius (Hops Flower), Passiflora incarnata (Passion Flower), Melissa officinalis (Lemon Balm), Leonotis leonurus (Wild Dagga), Turnera diffusa (Damiana), Mentha piperita (Peppermint), and Mentha spicata (Spearmint).
Peace Pipe contains the following:
-Indian Tobacco provides a sedative and euphoric effect. It also stimulates the respiratory system.
-Mullein has a relaxing, sedative effect, and has a great opening effect on the lungs.
-Hops Flower relaxes the smooth muscles and has a sedative effect.
-Passion Flower has a tranquilizing, sedative and anti-anxiety effect.
-Lemon Balm has a sedative, antispasmodic, and antidepressant effect.
-Wild Dagga promotes euphoria and exuberance. It is used as a Cannabis substitute by the Hottentot tribe of South Africa.
-Damiana has a relaxing, euphoric effect, and an ancient reputation as an aphrodisiac.
-Peppermint is soothing, aromatic, and flavorful. It promotes relaxation and stimulates respiration.
-Spearmint is relaxing, aromatic, and flavorful.
15 grams $30, 30 grams $50, 90 grams $75, 500 grams $200
Pipe Dreams Smoking Blend
This is a mixture of Dream Herb (Calea zacatechichi) and ten other dream enhancing herbs. This mixture has been blended to promote relaxation and aid lucid dreaming. Pipe Dreams contains Dream Herb (Calea zacatechichi), Verbascum thapsis (Mullein Leaf), Humulus lupuius (Hops Flower), Passiflora incarnata (Passion Flower), Turnera diffusa (Damiana), Mentha piperita (Peppermint), Jasmine Flower (Jasminum officinale), Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia), Mugwort (Artemesia vulgaris), Scullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora), and Catnip (Nepeta cataria). Makes Great Tea!
15 grams $30, 30 grams $50
Siberian Motherwort, leonurus sibiricus
This has been used in chinese medicine for thousands of years under the name Yi Mu Cao. Siberian Motherwort is used in Brazil and Chiapas as a substitue for another popular smoking herb and gave it the nick name Little Marijuana. In Thailand it is used as an ethnomedicine for an emmenagogue, diuretic, and a vasodilator. Siberian Motherwort is recorded to contain high concentrations of the diterpenes leosibiricine, leosibirine, and isoleosibirine. Leonurus sibiricus, commonly known as Siberian motherwort or Marihuanilla, is an herbaceous plant native to Asia, including southern Siberia, China, Korea, Japan, and Vietnam. It grows wild in the coastal regions of Brazil as well as Chiapas, the southern-most state of Mexico. It has become naturalized in various other parts of the world such as North America. Siberian motherwort appears in the ancient Chinese “Book of Songs,” or Shih Ching, circa 1000-500 BCE under the moniker t’uei, but it is unknown when the plant was first brought to the New World. Similarly, it is unknown when it was first smoked for its inebriating effects.
Leaves from Marihuanilla are collected while the plant is in bloom, dried, and then smoked in either a pipe or with rolling papers. No toxic dosage is known and typically 1 to 2 grams of the dried leaf is enough for one rolled cigarette. It is often mixed with other herbal smoking blends. As a topical medication, it can be prepared steeped in alcohol. The roots and leaves can also be taken as a tea. Siberian motherwort should be used in small amounts 1 to 2 teaspoons for a cup of tea. The seeds, fruits, and leaves of Marihuanilla all are considered to be of medicinal value in various cultures. In traditional Chinese medicine, the herb is used to treat loss of potency in men, postpartum bleeding or painful menstruation in women, and as a diuretic. In Chiapas, Mexico, native cultures drink the root steeped in tea to aid in menstruation and to calm other female reproductive system ailments. The leaves are alcohol soluble; when macerated in alcohol, the tincture can be applied externally to treat rheumatism or arthritis. AS with all herbals always consult a physician before starting an herbal remedy.
The effects of Marihuanilla can be described as mildly narcotic, though not especially pronounced; thus it is sometimes mixed with other herbs and smoking blends to heighten its potency. Motherwort energies promote inner trust and confidence that the ultimate outcome will be best for all involved in the fullness of time. It is also used for counter-magic and associated with immortality and spiritual healing. It is a protective herb, especially in spells designed to protect pregnant women and their unborn children, It promotes family and love. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $26, 4 oz $45, 16 oz $110
Sweet Dreams Herbal Tea Blend
You’ll Be Having Sweet Dreams with Sweet Dreams Herbal Tea Blend! Capture a journey to peaceful tranquility and relaxation, with our soothing Egyptian chamomile mix with lemongrass and lavender. Curl up in your favorite cozy blanket while sipping herbal tea blend that will relax body, mind, and spirit.
A popular tea blend to help you unwind from a rough day, relax in the midst of exterior chaos, and chill out in a state of relatively peaceful bliss. A delicious night time tea that helps promotes relaxation to fall asleep quickly, and a natural and effective sleep aid that helps you to relax before bedtime, soothes tension and and helps you drift off to a solid and sound sleep. Great tea blend for the party-hard crowd that need something to come down to reality.
Ingredients include Nutmeg, Cardamom, Lemon Balm, Fennel, Peppermint, Lemon Grass, Chamomile, Valerian, Lavender and Sage Leaves. You should use 1 – 2 table spoons of tea for each 6 – 8 oz cup of water. Change the amount of tea to achieve the briskness and body you desire. You can make your tea stronger by adding more tea, not by steeping it any longer. Boil water and pour over tea for 5 – 15 minutes. Cover your container so the flavor and nutrients remain in the brew. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $40
Time to recover after a long night of fun & games. Purge away the ghosts of past indiscretions & recover to your natural state. These three herbals pals in Tasty Trinity have been methodically combined to turn on your reset button. Prepare yourself, as the power of three will compel you. **Will Test False Positive for Opiates** Makes Great Tea!
West Coast Lucidity
Stimulate the senses and tantalize taste buds with this cooling wispy puff. Walk on the wild side and meditate yourself to a higher conscious. Silent lucidity from the semi aquatic Calamus plant, mixed with our other herbs, makes for a interesting stimulating blend. Wanna walk? **Will Test False Positive for Opiates** Makes Great Tea!
Wild Blue California Smoking Blend
Wild Blue California is a soothing and euphoric herbal smoking blend. Wild Blue California contains the following herbs: Blue lotus (Nymphaea caerulea), Wild Lettuce (Lactuca Canadensis) California Poppy (Eschscholtzia californica), and Mentha piperita (Peppermint). Will Test False Positve For Opiates!! Makes Great Tea!
15 grams $30, 30 grams $50
Wild Dagga - Lion's Tail, leonotis leonurus
This dried Wild Dagga is wildcrafted and harvested sustainably. This is another product that we buy directly from the growers, who still work with this plant for themselves to this day. This unusually aromatic Leonotis leonurus (Lion's Tail) leaf is often preferred by our customers, and gets the most repeat customers; partially because we offer it at such a reduced price. We want to encourage as much sustainable harvesting of this particular Wild Dagga as we can, so offering it allows us to buy more from the growers. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $26, 4 oz $50, 16 oz $100
Wild Dagga Flowers (Lion's Tail)
The active component responsible for the pleasant effects of this plant is Leonurine, which has now been isolated and is being synthesized in a lab, but of course, it's less effective than the actual plant. South Africa made this plant famous, and use is reported among several indigenous tribes who used both the leaves and the flowers of this powerful spiritual ally. The flowers were often added to tobacco, but also act as powerful enhancer for many other herbs.
The flowers are where the most concentrated active alkaloids are, and as you decide on your Wild Dagga purchase, know this: There are many who offer Wild Dagga Flowers, but it's important to know this that these particular flowers are from the LESS STRONG (and less expensive) variety called "Leonotus leonurus" and not the more portent strain known as "Leonotis nepetifolia." The stronger strain of Wild Dagga flowers is also called "Klip Dagga" (and this goes for the leaves as well). This is why we offer more than just one variety of plants; to educate you about what is real about and what is often misrepresented by many unscrupluous vendors on the internet.
This particular variety (Lion's Tail) DOES NOT HAVE SEED PODS because this Lion's Tail variety does not grow from seed pods. This produces a much larger amount of flowers, but as is to be expected, is less strong than the Klip Dagga Flowers that we also offer. Ours flowers are soft, orange flowers only, hand-picked, with no pods, and already less expensive than anywhere else we have found, but find out for yourself; do the research, find the truth, and decide for yourself! Makes Great Tea!
7 grams $30, 14 grams $45, 28 grams $65
Wild Lettuce, lactuca
Anesthetic and Sleep Aid Herbal Smoke
Often found written as the names Bitter Letuce and Opium Lettuce, Wild Lettuce Leaf was widely used in the 19th century among many doctors as a sedative when opium could not. It also experienced a resurgence of popularity in the 1970s, where it was widely used recreationally for those psychotropic properties it possesses that are similar to opium, despite the fact that the leaf contains no opiates. The greens are also sometime harvested and added to salads, with the leaves having a somewhat more bitter taste.
Medicinally, many herbalists still prescribe it as an anesthetic and sleep aid. The oils extracted from the leaf are sometimes used in a tea to aid in sleep, with other drinks sometimes being fashioned for this purpose by soaking the leaves in alcohol.
Recreationally, wild lettuce leaf is also quite popular in alternative smoking blends, where the psychotropic and sedative qualities help the smoker relax. Wild Lettuce Leaf was also often used among Native Americans as part of rituals, where it helped to achieve visions and trance states, as well as aided in more vivid dreams. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $24, 4 oz $40, 16 oz $75
Wormwood, artemisia absinthium
Removes Worms, Malaria
Wormwood gets its name from the mid ages as it was used in a common medieval cure for intestinal worms.
Commonly found in herbal texts and other documentation as Artemisia absinthium, or more commonly as absinthe wormwood, Wormwood is native to temperate Eurasia and Africa. In these locals it has seen a long history of use in keeping away pests and insect larvae, and has been used indoors as a repellant for fleas and moths.
Today many herbalists know it as an aid for treating gastric pain and indigestion. It has also seen use as an antiseptic or in the treatment of fevers, where it is said to help reduce them. Some have even used it in teas for aiding with the labor pains of pregnant women. The oil of wormwood has also been used to improve circulation, and has long been prescribed by some herbalists as a general treatment for the ailments of the circulatory system. More famously, it has also been used in flavoring the notorious liquor called Absinthe, as well some other well known liquor such as bitters, vermouth and other, less well known wine and spirits. In the mid ages it was used to spice mead, Wormwood it the most important herb in ABSINTHE.
Those who want milder effects of Wormwood may smoke it instead of ingesting it. The effect is quicker but it is also shorter. Hence, this method of use is recommended to those who have headaches, common colds or mild rheumatism. Wormwood may be used as a relaxant. With the right dosage, it can stimulate the brain to create a peaceful and calming feeling. Wormwood 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.
Wormwood tea can be made by using 1/2 or 1 tsp powdered wormwood in a cup of boiling water, covered and left to steep for about 15 min. Those who want milder effects of Wormwood may smoke it instead of /ingesting it. The effect is quicker but it is also shorter. Hence, this method of use is recommended to those who have headaches, common colds or mild rheumatism. Used For Psychic Powers, Calling Spirits, Love, And Protection.
Makes Great Tea!
1 oz Wormwood $23; Powdered Wormwood 1 oz $25, 4 oz $35, 8 oz $55; Or Wormwood Pills 60 for $30, 120 for $45
Zen Relax Tea Blend
Our life is stressful. Don’t let life’s chaos take over. Remain calm and take a trip to tranquility and relaxation with our citrusy and comforting tea blend. Give yourself the tranquil energy that you have been looking for with this citrus flavor herbal tea blend. Zen Relax Tea Blend will help calm your mind and relax your body. The gentle blend of flavors promotes a calm and tranquil state of being, and perfect for drifting off into your Zen state. You can enjoy this tea during the day for meditation and in the evening before bed, to address irritability, anxiety and tension.
Ingredients include safflower blossoms, balm mint, valerian, rosehip, orange peel, marigold flowers and lemon grass. Use 1 – 2 table spoons of tea for each 6 – 8 oz cup of water. Change the amount of tea to achieve the briskness and body you desire. You can make your tea stronger by adding more tea, not by steeping it any longer. Boil water, pour over tea, cover cup so the flavor and nutrients remain in the brew, and let it steep for 10 to 15 minutes. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $40
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Hops, humulus lupulus
Hops are the female flowers also called seed cones of the hop plant. They are used primarily as a flavoring and stability agent in beer, to which they impart a bitter, tangy flavor, though hops are also used for various purposes in other beverages and herbal medicine.
In addition to beer, hops are also used in herbal teas and in soft drinks
Hops are also used in herbal medicine in a way similar to valerian as a treatment for anxiety, restlessness, and insomnia. A pillow filled with hops is a popular folk remedy for sleeplessness, it has a sedative effect.
Smoking hops before bed is a great way to bring on faster sleep for those prone to insomnia or anxiety. Healing, Sleep Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $24 Or Hops Flower Pills 30 for $23, 60 for $30
Scullcap/Skullcap, scutellaria lateriflora
Skullcap is a powerful medicinal herb, it is used in alternative medicine as an anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, slightly astringent, emmenagogue, febrifuge, nervine, sedative and strongly tonic. Some valuable constituents found in the plant are Scutellarin, Catalpol, other Volatile oils, bitter iridoids and Tannins. Scientific studies are proving this to be a valuable plant in many areas for mental disorders. Skullcap is used in the treatment of a wide range of nervous conditions including epilepsy, insomnia, hysteria, anxiety, delerium tremens, withdrawal from barbiturates and tranquilisers.
A medicinal infusion of the plant is used to promote menstruation, it should not be given to pregnant women since it can induce a miscarriage, the infusion is also used in the treatment of throat infections. The infusion is given for nervous headaches, neuralgia and in headache arising from incessant coughing, pain, and inducing sleep when necessary, without any unpleasant symptoms following. Skullcap is currently being used as an alternative medicine to treat AIDS and a number of nerve disorders.
When smoking Skullcap it is a relaxing herb that helps when feeling nervous. It could also be used to induce a mild high and it brings relief from fear, anxiousness and restlessness.
Fidelity, love, peace. Lore - Skullcap is used in magick for spells of peace and relaxation. Women wear skullcap to protect their husbands from the charms of other women. Skullcap is used in the binding of a handfasting for a couple willing to pledge their commitment for the rest of this life, or for a relationship that will extend beyond this life. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $24 Or 100 Skullcap Pills for $35
Passion Flower, passiflora incarnata
This was used traditionally in the Americas and later in Europe as a calming herb for anxiety, insomnia, seizures, and hysteria. It is still used today to treat anxiety and insomnia. Scientists believe passionflower works by increasing levels of a chemical called gamma amino butyric acid (GABA) in the brain. GABA lowers the activity of some brain cells, making you feel more relaxed. The effects of passionflower tend to be milder than valerian or kava 2 other herbs used to treat anxiety.
The ancient Aztecs reportedly used passionflower as a sedative and pain reliever. Today herbalists also recommend it as a sedative and antispasmodic agent. Passionflower can be such a potent herbal remedy because it calms muscle tension and twitching without affecting respiratory rate or mental function the way many pharmaceutical sedatives do. Find out how harvesting and using the entire aboveground part of the plant -- leaf, stem, and flower -- can provide relief.
Passionflower has been used for anxiety, insomnia, restlessness, epilepsy, and other conditions of hyperactivity, as well as high blood pressure. Passionflower also is included in many pain formulas when discomfort is caused by muscle tension and emotional turmoil. In Europe the flowers are added to numerous pharmaceuticals to treat nerve disorders, heart palpitations, anxiety, and high blood pressure. Unlike most sedative drugs, passionflower has been shown to be nonaddictive, although it is not a strong pain reliever.
Passionflower is generally considered to be nontoxic when used in moderation. Many herbalists prescribe three or four cups a day without any problems reported. Do not take passionflower if you are already taking prescription medication for anxiety or depression, as excessive sleepiness has been reported.
Passionflower is thought to affect the passions, perhaps because of its name, its showy, sweet-scented flowers, which are of Venus, and its twining habit. It is often used in amulets and charms for love magick, in that case inciting passions, but it also serves to calm passions. It can be sprinkled at thresholds to protect the home from disruptions, and in a dream pillow, it will help give quiet dreams. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $22 Or Passion Flower Pills 30 for $23, 60 for $30, or 100 for $35
Marshmallow Root, althea officinalis
This is also known as white mallow herb. Other alternative names are Malvavisco, Althea, Khatmah, Usubeni-tatiaoi, Khitmi, Iviscus, and Ghasul. This psychoactive herb originated from Europe. Its therapeutic effect to the body explains why it is use as an alternative medicine.
Ancient medicines use this herb as a tea. It produces several desirable effects to the body, which are bound to prevent other lifestyle diseases such as hypertension. The marshmallow root had been adopted for domestic use in America. It is one of the identified beneficial herbal medicines in Asia, as well. This herb predominantly thrives in the salty and dark marshes.
The marshmallow root has several medicinal benefits. Aside from the roots, other part of this psychoactive herb is used as an active ingredient for teas, food supplement, and pharmaceutical medications.
Used as a remedy for sore throat. Ancient medicine extracts the large amount of mucilage found in this herb to treat respiratory problems such as pertussis (whooping cough) and bronchitis (inflammation of the bronchial tubes). The active compound found in this herb produces therapeutic effect for alleviating the manifestations of diarrhea (watery stool). It improves the peristaltic movement, which facilitates proper digestion. The marshmallow root is effective for relieving the signs and symptoms of several digestive problems like Chron’s Disease, Gastro esophageal reflux disease (GERD), and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
Drinking of marshmallow root tea has been linked to weight loss, as well. The physiologic effect of the tea can block the body’s receptor, which signals the hunger center of the brain. As a result, people who drank this tea may have the feeling of fullness, and thus, eat less. Marshmallow root tea involves anti-inflammatory effect. It works effectively for reducing the occurrence of peptic ulcer disease (PUD), ulceration in the mouth, gastroenteritis, colitis, and hiatal hernia.
Marshmallow roots make a smooth smoke. It is ideal as a base for any herbal blend, like Mullein and Damiana. It relaxes the mind when smoked on his own, but it’s not as strong as some other herbs like Skullcap or Wild dagga flowers.
Marshmallow is a protective and cleansing herb. Burning marshmallow cleanses an area, indoors or out or steep the leaves and flowers in oil and use the oil to anoint yourself when you feel the need to be protected from demons or spells cast against you. If you are journeying in the astral and wish some extra protection, apply this oil before you enter your trance. Marshmallow is also used for love and fertility spells and to enhance sex magic. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $23 Or 100 Marshmallow Root Pills for $30
Licorice is used for flavoring and also in herbal medicine. You are probably most familiar with it as a flavoring in foods, beverages, and tobacco. The root is used to make medicine. Licorice is used for various digestive system complaints including stomach ulcers, heartburn, colic, and ongoing inflammation of the lining of the stomach (chronic gastritis). Some people use licorice for sore throat, bronchitis, cough, and infections caused by bacteria or viruses. Licorice is also used for osteoarthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), liver disorders, malaria, tuberculosis, food poisoning, and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). In addition it is alleged to Grant the Bearer Control over a Person or Situation. Makes Great Tea!
1 oz $23 Or 100 Licorice Root Pills for $30