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ANTI-ALLERGY ALCHEMY BLEND (175–200°C / 347–392°F) Try this soothing blend of herbs if you suffer from irritating seasonal allergies. In addition to decongestants like peppermint and ginger, it contains nettle, which has been researched for its antihistamine effects in the treatment of allergic rhinitis. Vape once in the morning and once at night to keep symptoms at bay, or take a few puffs as-needed throughout the day.

Base: Nettle Modifiers: Peppermint, dried ginger Flavour: Lemon balm. Anti-inflammatory Antihistamine Energy boost Decongestant Muscle relaxant Migraine relief. RELAX, VAPE-IT-EASY BLEND (175–190°C / 347–374°F) This blend is perfect for a chill night in with your partner. Damiana is known as an aphrodisiac, but can have a bitter taste. Luckily, lavender and chamomile mellow the blend with their pleasant flavours. They also help to boost the overall relaxation level, helping you melt into your partner and then into your pillow. Base: Damiana Modifier: Chamomile Flavour: Lavender. Anxiety relief Sleep aid Mood booster Aphrodisiac Muscle relaxant Migraine relief.

Now that you can see some of the possibilities, we encourage you to go out and get creative. Experiment with different herbs and start making your own custom herb blends to vape. A lot of other herbs also mix well with cannabis, adding an additional dimension to your regular weed experience. If you take medications or have any pre-existing conditions, just make sure to talk to your doctor and check for possible interactions. If all is well, vaping new and different dried herbs could open up a whole new world of self-care and satisfaction. 10 legal herbs you can vape today (and buy from your local supermarket)! There are a wide variety of herbs that people enjoy vaping for their aromatherapeutic benefits. The good news is, many of these can be purchased in your local supermarket. When vaped, many of these herbs taste and smell wonderful. Also, most of them have mild psychoactive and therapeutic effects. Vape veterans will also use legal herbs to ‘add weight to their oven’. This can help your other herbs last longer during vaping sessions. Below are a collection of herbs we think are worth exploring. Basil is a popular herb in the Mediterranean dishes and is used in dishes all over the world thanks to its strong aroma and flavour. Throughout history, basil has been used in aromatherapy to lift the mood, treat colds and aid digestion. Basil has one of the best taste profiles of any herb I've vaped. It has a sweet almost citrusy taste due to linalool, a terpene found in many flowers including lemons, roses and some cannabis strains. Basil is best vaped at either 130c or your vaporizer’s lowest setting. I use it primarily for its relaxation properties, it helps me have a restful sleep.

However, it has also been shown to be antiseptic and antibacterial. Vaping Lavender will fill your room with a dreamy aroma and it tastes great too. Because lavender is a delicate plant I’d suggest vaping at your vaporizer’s lowest setting or as close as you can get to 130c as possible. Green Tea gets its name from the colour its leaves will turn water when brewed with unprocessed, unfermented tea leaves. It was first cultivated in China over 5,000 years ago where it is still drunk widely today due to its ability to aid wellness. In the UK, Green Tea is most commonly enjoyed as a drink. However, it is fast becoming a herb of choice for savvy vapers. When vaped at low temperatures, green tea can soothe minor pain and alleviate the blues. At higher temperatures, Green Tea provides a buzz similar to an espresso.

Carnivores will likely recognise the taste of sage even if they don’t know what it looks like.


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