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Smokable Herbs to Add to Hemp Flower

Smokable Herbs to Add to Hemp Flower

Smokable Herbs to Add to Hemp Flower — There are several smokable herbs to add to hemp flower that may make it even more enjoyable. People can smoke these herbs in a pipe or rolling paper as if they were vaping or smoking hemp flowers to experience flavorful puffs that are both safe and pleasant. Moreover, these herbs both legal and non-addictive. Like hemp, the herbs listed below have their own unique flavor profiles, properties, and distinct effects. They don’t cause a high, but they give a gentle, relaxing buzz.

Please note: as with all herbal supplements, users should always consult a physician before consumption.

How to Dry and Prepare Blend of Smokable Herbs and Hemp Flower

To prepare smokable herbs to add to hemp flower, users must dry them before smoking them. Drying is easy, though. Consumers simply need to hang the plants upside down in a dry and dark room, or else they can dry in a relatively cool oven. Using a dehydrator is also another way to dry the plants.

Users should not, however, use herbs that are too dry. Excessively dry herbs may burn too quickly and can create a bad taste and sensation in the mouth. Additionally, herbs that are too dry can spoil or degrade easier, thereby significantly reducing their shelflives. Curing herbs is almost similar to curing hemp flower.

When blending smokable herb and CBD hemp flower, it is good to start with the ratio 2:1:0.5 of base herb to outcome herb to flavor herb. Users should remove any sticks or small twigs from the herbs while taking care not to touch them with their fingers too much. Herbal grinders are an excellent way to make the blend herbs into a more uniform size. They can now choose a method of smoking and light it up.

Smokable Herbs to Add to Hemp Flower

Passionflower

Native to South America and Asia, passionflower is a perennial climbing vine with beautiful flowers with unique intricate petals. It can suppress anxiety, calm restlessness, and soothe the mind. Its effects are subtle, mildly sedative, and soothing to the nerves.

Passionflower is one of many people’s favorite smokable herbs to add to hemp flower. It has bright colors with a variety of exciting shapes and shades on its leaves. Though the stems are thick, they are easy to break up and roll into an herbal cigarette.

Passionflower has a strong grassy smell that might not seem appealing at the first whiff. It has a more palatable flavor when smoked. The smoke is pleasant and smooth and has an earthy flavor with a mellow and clove-like aftertaste.

It is highly sedative when paired with CBD hemp flower and is suitable for treating insomnia. It may also help balance out potent cannabis strains that are too stimulating. Notably, passionflower can amplify the effects of hemp flower in some users. It also has a warm, clove-like flavor that pairs with spicy strains that are dominated by the terpene, caryophyllene. Side effects of consuming this herb I uncommon but can include nausea and vomiting.

Damiana Leaf

Damiana is indigenous to South and Central America, the Caribbean, and Southern Texas. It has bright, attractive yellow flowers that develop into fig-like fruits. Its smell and flavor are also pleasing, with a minty and spicy with a hickory-like taste and mildly spicy anise and citrus aroma. Its smoke is smooth, and its flavors linger for quite a while. The small green leaves with hardly any stems break up and roll easily and burn very slowly and cleanly.

Damiana Leaf was common in ancient Mayan and Aztec times as an aphrodisiac. Some reported effects include soothing and relaxing effects on the body and mind. It soothes the nerves and has subtle, pleasing euphoric effects.

It pairs well with hemp flower and is excellent for releasing tension and motivating the mind. Damiana is a gentle circulatory stimulant and helps counteract the couched effect of high CBD hemp flower. The hickory and mint flavors of Damiana leaf also combines perfectly with earthy strains with pinene as the dominant terpene. However, users with diabetes and low blood sugar should use this herb with caution because it can affect blood glucose levels.

Mugwort

Mugwort grows in Asia, Northern Europe, and North America. It has purple stalks and dark green leaves. Some suggest it relieves menstrual and uterus issues, low energy levels and may induce lucid dreams.

It has a scent that is similar to green tea with a sage-like taste. Its flavor is nutty and spicy with a touch of musk and produces light plumes of smoke, which can sometimes be harsh and has a smooth slow burn. Users should only consume Mugwort in small quantities.

Mugwort is easy to roll due to the fluffy and cotton-like quality, allowing the herb to stick to itself. It has many stems that are easy to pick out. It pairs well with CBD flower strains high in linalool and will give users creativity and a night of good sleep.

Mullein Leaf

Mullein produces tall, colorful flowers. The plant is perennial or biennial and is native to Asia and Europe. It has relaxing respiratory qualities, sedative, and diuretic effects.

Mullein leaf is fluffy and fibrous, much like cotton or wool, and emits an odor that is similar to cedar. It has large stems that break apart easily, burn evenly, and hit the lungs smoothly. However, the light and airy quality make it a little hard to roll.

Mullein leaf is an excellent base herb for hemp flower and has a mild, calming effect and a lingering cough. It also cleans and soothes the lungs. The combination with hemp flower helps a user unwind after a long day. What’s more, its flavor is subdued, allowing hemp bud’s taste to shine through. This herb is a quiet sidekick that keeps the focus on the hemp flower.

White Horehound

White horehound is may be beneficial to people with asthma. This herb is native to the Mediterranean and is a very potent anti-inflammatory, especially regarding respiratory inflammation. Ancient medicine practices used White Horehound to treat bronchitis, asthma, and whooping cough.

Its large amounts of marrubiin make it able to stimulate the appetite. White horehound is also an analgesic and can help with general aches. Smoking hemp flower with white horehound brings out the best effects of both sides.

Hyssop

Hyssop may help soothe irritated mucous membranes in the respiratory system and clear all the gunk from the lungs. Some also use it to manage stress and stimulate focus. Other potential uses include relieving digestive and intestinal problems, including liver and gallbladder conditions, loss of appetite, colic, and asthma.

When used in smoking blends, hyssops acts as a modifier for nervous system benefits.

Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha is native to India, North Africa, and the Middle East. It is now cultivated in mild climates globally, including the United States. This herb was common in Indian Ayurvedic medicine. The adaptogenic root helps the body to react to stress and may help relieve stress and sadness. It also seems to promote healthy cognitive and nervous system function.

When mixed with CBD bud, it enhances the hemp flower benefits and ashwagandha herb’s therapeutic potency. They are more effective when they are smoked together than when consumed individually. It may relieve sadness, inflammation, stress, and a cloudy mind. The combination also boosts energy, reduces stress and general body discomfort, and helps treat insomnia. CBD flower and ashwagandha are natural allies for maintaining the optimized state of homeostasis.

Black Cohosh

Women use black cohosh at the age of menopause as it promotes more of a balance for the endocrine system, which normalizes the hormones. The herb also contains phytoestrogen, a hormone that depletes during a menopausal period.

Black Cohosh is a great smokable herb to add to hemp flower as the blend works to enhance the body’s endocannabinoid system. Reproductive hormones affect protein expression in the ECS, and endocannabinoids decrease activity in the hypothalamic-pituitary axis. Thus Black Cohosh may help the menopause period become a little easier for many women.

Echinacea

Echinacea boosts the immune system and may help combat the common cold. When combined with hemp buds, this herb, which also has some CBD compounds, becomes a magical mix. It is a good relaxant and relieves inflammation and general body discomfort, and is an excellent antioxidant source.

This herb contains compounds similar to CBD in functioning, called N-acylethanolamines (NAEs), which break down endocannabinoids in the body.

Chamomile

When looking for smokable herbs to add to hemp flower, chamomile is a common go-to. This herb effectively promotes sleep, fights a cold, relieves stress and inflammation, and settles the stomach.

The mixture enhances hemp bud’s flavor when blended. Smoking chamomile herbs with CBD hemp flower means anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-irritant, and pain relief benefits. Combining the herb and hemp flower also helps alleviate the side effects caused by cancer treatments, helps with relaxation and stress relief, and helps relieve skin irritation and inflammation.

Holy Basil

This herb originated from India and is highly revered by the Hindu religion. It goes by many names, including Tulsi, Rama, Hot Basil, Vana, Sacred Purple Basil, Sacred Herb, Krishna, and more. It has a peppery taste and stress-relieving qualities. Moreover, it may be a viable solution for stubborn acne.

The herb is anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective, and antioxidant, just like hemp buds. Moreover, some studies suggest that it may reduce the levels of cortisol in the body. As hemp flower already has stress-relieving qualities of its own, it leaves a user feeling stress-free when mixed with holy basil. Smoking Holy Basil and CBD flower together alleviate digestion problems such as inflammatory bowel disorder. It also gives relief from acidity and gas and may have ulcer healing properties.

Hops

Hops (Humulus Lupulus) is one of the best smokable herbs to add to hemp flower because it contains some of the same terpenes found in hemp flower. The terpene profile includes caryophyllene, myrcene, and humulene, though most appreciate it for a citrusy and juniper flavor.

When smoked, hops have sedative effects, including reduced spontaneous locomotor activity, increased ketamine-induced sleeping time, and a drop in body temperature. Users should only blend small quantities of hops with hemp flower as it can be overwhelming when consumed in large doses.

Lavender

Lavender grows naturally in the Arabian Peninsula, Russia, Africa, and the Mediterranean.  Its leaves are not as aromatic as its flowers, and therefore only the flowers are harvested. Mixing lavender with hemp flower gives a calming sedative effect and restful sleep. It also reduces pain sensitivity and has anti-inflammatory properties. It reduces stress, elevates users’ mood, and decreases feelings of sadness.

Thanks to the terpene linalool, lavender is full of delicious flavor. Smoking lavender with hemp flower also heightens cannabidiol‘s anti-convulsing and muscle relaxant properties. Lavender is best smoked before bed because of its calming effects. Smoking lavender with hemp flower reduces insomnia and enables users to drift into a peaceful sleep.

Mint

Mint is the herb to go to when looking for a smokable herb to add to hemp flower because it pleasantly enhances the hemp buds’ taste. Smoking hemp flower with mint leaves may have a relaxing effect and makes breathing deeper and easier. It also supports blood flow. Users should use only a few mint leaves as the menthol flavor can overpower the taste of hemp flower.

Mint originated from Southern Europe but is now in most parts of the world. This herb calms the nerves and can help nicotine addicts remain calm at the beginning stages of quitting nicotine.

Sage

This herb is pleasantly spicy and bitter. It is full of essential oils such as thujone, cineole, borneol, and camphor. Sage has an antibacterial effect and can induce relaxation, stimulate appetite, and ease indigestion. It is also partly antiviral. Smoking white sage improves mood, promotes feelings of relaxation, and reduces headaches, increases memory and cognitive function, and provides relief for congestion. Because of these benefits, sage should make it to the list of smokable herbs to add to hemp flower.

Saint John’s Wort

Also known as goatweed, Tipton’s Weed, and Klamath weed, St John’s Wort is located in subtropical and temperate climates of North America, China, Russia, Europe and Turkey, and other countries. The herb earned its name after the day it blooms, on June 24, John the Baptist’s birthday. To be clear, “wort” means plant in Old English. This herb helps mitigate depression and helps relieve tension and melancholy. When mixed with hemp flower, it may help manage stress and bust the blues.

Summarizing Smokable Herbs to Add to Hemp Flower

Smokable hemp flower has many amazing qualities, but it is not the only smokable herb on the market. In fact, there are many smokable herbs to add to help flower that can improve flavor and effectiveness. Users can experiment with many various ratios, but it is best to mix it with hemp flower and grind it to burn well and for the best flavor.

Before consuming any new herbs, users should always consult a healthcare professional concerning potential contraindications and the new substances’ side effects.

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