Are you looking for more healing herbs to improve your quality of life? Plants with medicinal properties can improve mood, boost immune function and relieve stress.
Throughout history, people have used plants and herbs to improve their quality of life. Each herb has its own unique flavor characteristics, unique fragrance, and healing properties that can boost your mood and energy, relieve pain or reduce stress. To enjoy the benefits of cannabis and herbs, you can use these two substances to make your custom herbal mixture without losing high. Of course, you can make non-cannabis smoking mixtures - for more info on that, check our article on smokable plants.
There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to formulating and enjoying herbal mixtures for smoking. There is no compulsion to match herbs and strains according to terpene, flavor, or effect. Everyone has a favorite, so it's important to try.
It just makes sure that the herbs you choose are safe to inhale and of the highest quality (preferably organic). Cannabis can be mixed with other herbs in any proportion you want (majority hemp or majority herbs), but you should mix everything well before smoking to ensure optimal flavor and even combustion. Let's explore some herbs that can be used in combination with cannabis.
Mugwort is native to North America, Northern Europe, and Asia; it has a purple stem and dark green leaves. Has a history of using this herb to treat problems related to menstruation and uteri. Among other benefits, it may help solve stomach problems, anxiety, low energy levels and create lucid dreams.
Mugwort has a similar smell and taste to green tea. Spicy, nutty, and musky, similar to a mild cigar or cigarillo. Due to slow, smooth, and even burning, the smoke is light and sometimes a little pungent. In moderation, it can be enjoyable.
It's not as relaxing or calming as marijuana, but it's still an excellent herb to pair with CBD. Also, due to its reputation for inducing dreams, it is the perfect bedtime medley. Strains with high concentrations of linalool, a terpene related to lavender, pair well with mugwort. If you're after a tasty smoke that will let you sleep in, Mugwort-enhanced blends are a good way to go.
Damiana was historically used as an aphrodisiac by the Maya and Aztecs. In addition, it is said to have a calming and relaxing effect on the mind and body. Damiana has a pleasant aroma, taste, and appearance. The herb has a flavor similar to pecan, mint, and pungency. Generally speaking, smoking goes well. Mild and pungent notes with hints of citrus and fennel fit the description.
Not many stems have been removed from its small green leaves. Damiana has relaxing and mood-enhancing properties.
When used with cannabis, Damiana is a very calming and relaxing herb that releases tension during smoking. It was most effective when paired with strains of Indica rice. In addition to the pecan and mint flavors of Damiana, it is also ideal for strains with high pinene content. The hybrid strain Super Silver Haze can do both at the same time.
Passion vine is native to many parts of the world, including South America, Asia, and North America. A beautiful and intricate flower displays showy petals on this plant. Passion fruit can relieve anxiety, calm irritability, and relax the mind.
When you first smell passion fruit, you think it's awful. Interestingly, however, it has a more palatable appearance when smoked. It has an earthy clove smell.
The leaves of this herb come in a variety of exciting shapes and hues, both lovely and bright. Although the stems of herbs are large, they break down and roll easily. This flower has a calming, mild calming effect and can soothe nerves.
It's a beautiful combination when taken with marijuana. The mild sedative effects of the strain may help the user balance the stimulating effects associated with the potent high THC strain. In addition, passionflower's clove taste matches well with pungent strains such as hash plants, which are dominated by caryophyllene and other terpenes -- peppery terpenes.
A herb called St. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) has a variety of beneficial properties. According to Balkan custom, St. John's wort is dipped in olive oil and left in the sun.
It can be used as an excellent healing oil for burns. It can also be used in capsules, extracts, and tea as a natural treatment for depression. If you have mental health difficulties, you may benefit from drinking St John's Wort infused tea and cannabis.
Some drugs may interact with St. John's wort. If you want to try this herb, please consult your doctor first.
Herbs such as lavender (lavender) are known for their relaxing properties. Soothing flowers make aromatherapy and massage more enjoyable. However, cannabis and lavender have similar characteristics. Both contain large amounts of linalool, a terpene - an aromatic molecule.
Linalool is used in combination with THC to relieve muscle tension. In combination with CBD, the anticonvulsant effects of cannabinoids are enhanced. The anti-inflammatory properties of linalool are independent of linalool. In addition, it can reduce pain sensitivity.
Add a bit of lavender oil to the external use of cannabis to make them more relaxing and relieve pain. Lavender can also be added to CBD tea to enhance the effect.
If you want to improve your mood, boost immune function, and fight stress, you may want to consider adding these medicinal plants to your regimen. Blend herbs with marijuana to make custom blends, giving you the opportunity to add additional healing compounds without losing the high sensation.