This the list of the most popular base herbs for the smoking blends:
Damiana – is a relatively small shrub that produces small, aromatic flowers. Spanish missionaries first recorded that the Mexican Indians drank Damiana tea mixed with sugar for use as an aphrodisiac.
Mullein – ideal for a smoking base. It was smoked to stop the coughing of tuberculosis years ago. It is wonderful for any kind of lung cleansing. It has no physical psychological effect. It also has almost no flavor and is a very light smoke. The average smoker would feel like they’re smoking air.
Wild dagga – famous herbal smoke of the Hottentot tribe of Central Africa for a euphoric effect. The leaves and flowers from this plant have been called one of the best alternatives known to man. One should use caution when using. Dagga has been shown to be habit forming similar to tobacco.
Calea Zacatechichi – there is a subtle but real effect of relaxation and lightheadedness that accompany a few bowls of the dream herb. It’s nothing major – taking bong hits of Calea Zacatechichi to get stoned would be quite a misguided adventure – but still, a subtle but relaxing effect is there.
Chamomile – best known for its ability to be made into a tea which is commonly used to help with sleep and is often served with either honey or lemon. Chrysin, a specific flavonoid found in chamomile, has been shown to be anxiolytic in rodents and is believed to be at least partially responsible for chamomile’s reputation as a sleep aid. It is known to reduce stress.
St Johns Wort – is a popular non-prescription herbal remedy for mild depression that contains the active ingredient Hypericum perforatum. Hypericum extract is thought to work in a similar way to antidepressant medicines, by affecting levels of neurotransmitters such as serotonin in the brain (however, the exact mechanism of action is not known).
Skullcap – is often used as a herbal remedy to protect against rabies symptoms and relieve tension, lower blood pressure and more. Skullcap quiets nervous tension and eases muscle tension and spasms. Skullcap also induces sleep without strongly sedating or stupefying. Skullcap may help to lower elevated blood pressure.
Wild Lettuce – aka lettuce opium, is said to enhance the vividness of dreams when smoked prior to sleep. The effect of Wild Lettuce is comparable to that of opium, only milder. It suppresses the functioning of the central nervous system. Relaxing, euphoric, painkilling, dreamy, numbing and finally sleepy are all descriptions of its known effects. The brain switches to alphawaves, also known as the dream frequency. A perfect herb to space out with.
Most of these herbs can be found at HerbalFire for a reasonable price.
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