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A mixture of all organic Rasberry, Damiana, Wormwood, Lavender, and Peppermint to relax and stimulate an intention smoke. 8oz. of Organic Rolling Herbs for the modern smoker: All mixtures can be converted to drinking tea and bath rituals. ALL DOSES IN MODERATION.


Rasberry Leaf

Raspberry leaf tastes amazing and has many different benefits. It's used for balancing hormones and is for soothing irritated lungs and throat, especially during upper respiratory infections. If you have a common cold that includes cough, phlegm, sinus congestion, or sore throat, then make sure to add a few cups of raspberry leaf tea into your routine to keep your lungs healthy.


Raspberry leaf tea is a classic uterine tonic, used to treat menstrual cramps and irregular cycles. It is a mild but effective remedy, and therefore should be used frequently to gain its benefits. While you may only think to drink it during your period, when you're feeling crampy, try use it all cycle long and you'll be much more likely to notice a difference.

Using a sitz bath or tea bath can also help to soothe menstrual pain.


This herbal tea may have laxative properties and could cause loosening of stool in certain people. It may also have a mild diuretic effect and can increase urination. It's important to consult with your doctor before consuming it.



Damiana is an afordisac and a creative stimulate. 


Pregnancy and breast-feeding: There isn't enough reliable information to know if damiana is safe to use when pregnant or breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.

Diabetes: Damiana might affect blood sugar levels in people with diabetes. Watch for signs of low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) and monitor your blood sugar carefully if you have diabetes and use damiana.

Surgery: Since damiana seems to affect blood glucose levels, there is a concern that it might interfere with blood glucose control during and after surgery. Stop using damiana at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.



Wormwood is used for various digestion problems such as loss of appetite, upset stomach, gall bladder disease, and intestinal spasms. Wormwood is also used to treat fever, liver disease, and worm infections; to increase sexual desire; as a tonic; and to stimulate sweating. Wormwood is a plant related to mugwort, sage, and ragweed. It contains a chemical called artemisinin, used in some healthcare products. Artemisinin can also have hallucinogenic effects. Some people believe smoking wormwood can help calm the central nervous system. However, there is no scientific evidence to support this claim. Additionally, smoking wormwood can adversely affect your health, including causing damage to your central nervous system. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you should not smoke wormwood as it can harm your baby.


Wormwood is a bitter herb that has been used for centuries as a natural remedy for various ailments. Today, it is best known as an ingredient in absinthe. While wormwood is generally considered safe, there are some potential side effects to be aware of. These include digestive upset, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, seizures, nerve damage, kidney and liver, muscles, allergy, and hallucinations. Wormwood can also be toxic in large doses, so it's essential to consult with a healthcare provider before taking it.    

Some benefits of wormwood include: reducing inflammation, aiding digestion, improving circulation, relieving pain, fighting parasitic infections, boasting antioxidant properties, fighting inflammation, and promoting detoxification. Additionally, wormwood is a natural insecticide used to repel pests. However, we do need to reiterate that more scientific studies need to be conducted to confirm any of those claims.


Wormwood can be smoked on its own or with other herbs. When smoking wormwood, it's essential to go slowly at first to see how your body reacts. Some people find that smoking wormwood can cause nausea and vomiting, so it's best to start with a small amount. Ask your herbalist about the correct ratio if you smoke wormwood with other herbs. Smoking wormwood with cannabis can also be an excellent way to relax and unwind.



Lavender has a lovely flavor and has a relaxing tone. The main health risk associated with smoking lavender is exposure to smoke and other potential carcinogens. Although the world still lacks credible research on the direct benefits of smoking lavender, there are ample benefits of the linalool terpene that lavender delivers. We do know that research supports the idea that you can absorb linalool from smoking cannabis. There is no evidence that smoking lavender versus cannabis prevents you from absorbing linalool.


A 2019 review lists the health benefits of lavender, including treating anxiety, boosting the immune system, improving sleep, treating headaches, and speeding up wound healing. A randomized control study found that lavender aromatherapy in the post-anesthesia care unit reduces the need for morphine. A 2017 laboratory study found that lavender essential oil might fight certain dangerous species of bacteria, including Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli. Another study found that linalool inhibited inflammation in rats. And a 2009 study found that linalool had anti-anxiety properties.


Smoking tobacco exposes a person’s lungs to dozens of harmful chemicalsTrusted Source from cigarette additives, as well as the tobacco itself. Lavender cigarettes do not contain all of these additives. However, previous analyses of herbal cigarettes found that they had similar levels of carbon monoxide as tobacco cigarettes.

Smoke of any kind is a type of air pollution, and it is always harmful to inhale it. Smoking any substance creates tiny particles and gases that get into the lungs. These particles may irritate the lungs and cause damage over time.



Peppermint is a tasty joy to smoke by itself. It improves blood circulation and relaxes the nerves. It features incredibly healing properties and encourages relaxed breathing by clearing the lungs and respiratory tract.


Smoking Peppermint with Ganja delivers a rejuvenating energy to your buzz. It can help conserve your bud supply — saving money — and the minty flavor delivers a tasty sensation that’s the perfect pairing to weed. Energize your buzz with the minty rejuvenation of Peppermint.


If you've ever wondered why Hollywood actors could chain-smoke countless cigarettes without instantly getting cancer, emphysema or posing a public health issue to the rest of their film crews (we're looking at you, MadMen!), it might be because mint was frequently used as a tobacco substitute in Herbal Cigarettes for the film industry. The fact that mint herbal cigarettes did not have much harshness and its flavor when smoked still kept some resemblance to the familiar menthol taste actors were used to made it a good way for a non smoker to look real without coughing like a maniac or developing a life threatening habit.


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