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Legal psychoactive plants repertory

What plants can you smoke?

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Welcome to Smokable Herbs; a repertory of herbs, plants and leaves that can be smoke to induce an alternate state of mind. These psychoactive plants, often called cannabis alternative or legal high, are used in a huge varieties of herbal blends.

These herbs may help you quit smoking, lose weight or simply relax you after a hard journey. The majority of herbs listed here are smokable, but there are others effective ways of consumption for most of them: in a tea, orally, snorted etc.

It is always recommended to make a tea over smoking.



A Stimulant is an uplifting substance that induce temporary enhancement in either mental and/or physical function. It can increase your awareness, your mood, your social and your professional skill




Although herbs have been used for a long time to treat psychological disorders, they have fallen by the wayside as modern medicine has improved. It’s only recently that herbal remedies have come back into fashion for treating psychosis.




A depressant (or sedative) is a psychoactive substance that reduces the activity of a certain part of the brain or body. Basically, like alcohol, it slows your reaction speed and lowers your attention. It can also produces a feeling of relaxation and euphoria.




A hallucinogen is a drug that causes distortion in the perception of reality. Under the influence of hallucinogens, people see images, hear sounds and feel sensations that does not exist. Some hallucinogens also produce intense emotional state of mind.


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Blue Lotus

The dried flowers of the blue lotus plant are smoked or steeped in a tea in order to give the user a sense of peaceful relaxation. Blue Lotus is noted for its calming euphoria, aphrodisiac qualities, and sedation....
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White sage

The dried leaves of white sage are typically used in smoking blends to improve mood. White sage promotes feelings of relaxation and also boosts memory. When smoked alone the flavor can be intense, so it is often...
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The dried flowers and leaves of the damiana plant are commonly smoked as an aphrodisiac. It’s also a popular addition to smoking blends since it has a flavor similar to marijuana. Native Americans traditionally...
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Mullein is mildly relaxing, helps to promote calm feelings, and fights against anxiety. Typically mullein is added to smoking blends to reduce harshness. It burns slowly and steadily, with thick plumes of white...
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Catnip scientific name is Nepeta cataria and it belongs to the mint family. This plant is native to Europe, though it spread to several other continents (it is considered an invasive weed). It is also popularly...
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The 5 Best Herb Grinders For Every Budget

Scissors take forever, and fingers get sticky, but grinders are fast and reliable. Everyone who enjoys high-quality, relaxing herbs needs a grinder. Whether you're grinding up a gram or mowing through an ounce, these are the best five herb grinders on Amazon...
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Purifying rooms with herbs has been a tradition in many cultures for thousands of years. While burning frankincense and incenses are still common practices to this day, neither are as popular as the burning of sage, which was most recognized with Native American...

Make Your Own Ginger Ale

Ginger ale is a beverage that has been enjoyed since the mid-19th Century. It’s often used as a remedy for indigestion. It can also alleviate the symptoms of colds. While it can be used to help those that are ill, it’s also a delicious drink that can be enjoyed at any...

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  1. I wanted to know since I am no longer allowed to smoke pot is there anything els out there that’s easy to get that will produce the same if not better affects

  2. What herbs would be considered stimulants? And do you have any recipe suggestions?
    Also I would love some suggestions for something that would help with anxiety but that wont cloud me or make me sleepy. 🙂

    • Kanna and kratom are stimulants. We have an article about homemade blend coming soon.
      When taken in lower dose, Kratom can aid in restful sleep, it also has antidepressant and anti-anxiety properties.

  3. I have found Mullein in many health shops. Look for one in your area that has bulk herbs.

  4. Thanks for your ordering on line the only way to get herbs for tea,and or to smoke.

    • Mullein can be commonly found in all of the United States.
      I have found a plant near a railway 1 year ago, but I’m in Canada.
      If you come across the plant, cut it’s head and boil it in water for 10-15 minutes, drink the resulting brownish water.

      I think you could maybe find it in your local head shop. It’s pretty cheap online though.

  5. I smoke a lot of pot. Looking for herb recipe that will help my lungs, and get rid of mucus.

    • A Mullein tea will help your lungs and respiratory system.
      There are also tinctures and caplets available.

  6. Maybe the South Texas unit of the herb society of America can better answer this question because I honestly don’t know:

  7. Are there any known herbs that grow near the area I’m at south texas

  8. Hello I was hoping if any one can tell me about a herb that will give me a relaxed high like feeling without having to mix more in and that is easy to get without ordering online but buy able at Walmart or find wild in south texas

    • I doubt you will find those herbs at walmart, but maybe you can find seeds.
      I’d recommend wild dagga flowers, scullcap, california poppy, mugwort, white sage and blue lotus.
      You could alternatively find them in a head shop.

  9. ya i usually blend damiana marshmallow and mullien,
    i was just wonderin if there were lookalike buds that i could get

  10. I’ve been considering a blend of damiana, lobelia, and mullein for smoking and vaping. Does anyone have any experience with this blend and/or recommendations regarding it? Thanks!

    • Sounds good, thanks for the share.
      I personnally love wild dagga flowers, maybe you could try to add those
      And keep on vaping, it’s the best way to smoke!

  11. Are any of these herbs safe to smoke if you are pregnant? Are there any that can help with appetite?

    • We usually list negative side effects for each herbs here, but I’d recommend to avoid smoking altogether while pregnant, make a tea instead!
      Congratulations by the way!

  12. hey
    are there any herbs that have buds that look like cannabis buds,
    i saw ones on ‘legalbuds’ websites but they dont seem legit and di=ont give name of these buds,

    • Yes, those website usually sells some doubtful stuff, not exactly sure what’s in it really.
      I strongly recommend to make your own blend of fresh herbs. Avoid any fake bud.

  13. I have panic disorder with agoraphobia and PTSD, so I’m prescribed xanax. Do you know what herb would have the strongest effect that’s like xanax or benzodiazepines? I’ve tried a few things, like valerian pills, kava tea, and couple other things, can’t recall names, none of these have worked, they make me a bit sleepy but they don’t get rid of Panic Attacks, or even my anxiety. Is there anything or a combination of things that might work?

    • I doubt any of them can really replace prescibed medicine like xanax or benzodiazepines. Perhaps our readers can help here.
      Maybe your doctor could prescribe you some medicinal cannabis? (if it helps)

  14. What are some health concerns about these herbs? Like do they release tar like tobacco when burned? Do they contain nicotine? Stuff like that

    • No they do not contain nicotine, some are known to have adverse effects, if they do, we add a paragraph about those side effects.

      While I can’t confirm that these herbs produce tar in your lungs when smoked, I can say that smoking anything is bad for your airways. The best and less harmful way to consume these herbs is by using a vaporizer or drinking them as a tea.

  15. Do you offer an email newsletter?

    • We do offer a email subcription at the bottom , any new articles will be emailed to you. Though we don’t have any form of weekly or bi-monthly newsletters at the moment. Good day

  16. thank you very much.
    it did clear every thing.
    i like that fact

  17. hi
    this is the first time i hear abt smoking herbs!
    is it like marijuana?
    is it legal?
    does it need to be prescribed?
    if i have to do a drug test does it show in it?
    do i need a med card to buy?

    • Thanks for your questions and time.

      “Is it like marijuana?”
      Some herbs can be called marijuana alternative like wild dagga flowers, blue lotus and marihuanilla (just added)

      “Is it legal?”
      We usually add a small paragraph about legality. Salvia, for example, is a controlled substance in Canada and most states of the US. Majority of these plants are perfectly legal to possess, consume and cultivate.

      “Does it need to be prescribed?”
      No, most of them are available online.

      You should pass any drug test since these plants are not chemically similar to what is usually tested.

      You don’t need a med card to buy them (unless we add marijuana in the future)

      Hope it clears it up! Good day.

  18. Hi! So what do you reccomend? I am taking a break from Marijuana as I want a novelty hit next timr I smoke (two weeks from now).
    In the mean time, what are some herbs or something of the sort I can smoke to get a “stoned” like effect? I never hear people talk about anything other than Marijuana. I heard rumours that catnip can mimic a similar feeling. But I would like to know what I can and should smoke that I can easily gain access to! Thank you very much!
    Adam, 17

    • Great question, thanks for your time!

      I personnally love white sage because it makes me feel relaxed and mellow.
      White sage may not have the same effects on you however, like marijuana, psychoactive plants do not have the same effects on each individuals.

      Most depressants listed here induce relaxation, usually milder than marijuana, making or buying a plant extractions may give you the high you are looking for.

      Wild lettuce, Wild dagga flowers, damiana, catnip and passion flower would be the first plants that comes to my mind.

  19. I love this site. Love the design. Love the info. Thank you.

    • Thank you for your kind support. Have a great day.

  20. I would like to know what Passion flower is used in herbal smoking


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