Smokable plants and herbs

What Herbs Can You Smoke?

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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…

Mullein

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…

Wild Dagga Flower

Dried dagga flower is euphoric and slightly psychedelic. It gives its users a pleasant lightheaded high and relaxing calm feeling. It’s used frequently in herbal alternatives to marijuana because of…

Mugwort

The dried mugwort plant gives its users colorful dreams and helps with memory. It’s commonly added to smoking blends because its thick, white, low-odor smoke is soothing and smooth. When…

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…

Damiana

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…

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Smokable plants and herbs

About Smokable Herbs

Our mission is to provide comprehensive information about plants featuring an history of being smoked.

These psychoactive plants, often called cannabis alternative, herbal smoke or legal high, can be used in a huge variety of herbal blends.

We believe people ought to know about alternatives to tobacco and marijuana.

Herbal alternatives may help you quit smoking cigarettes, lose weight or simply relax you after a hard day.

The majority of herbs listed here are “smokeable”, but there are other effective ways of consumption. Tea is a great one.

Please take a moment to share your knowledge or favorite plants in the comment section.

102 thoughts on “What Herbs Can You Smoke?”

  1. Where are you located? USA? What state? Where does this stuff ship from? The Contact form doesn’t give us a clue. How long have you been in business?

    1. Thanks for your questions and mea culpa for the confusion. Smokable Herbs was launched in 2011.
      We provide quality content and curate some sellers in order to monetize our website.
      We do not sell products – this is outlined in the contact page.
      You can not order directly from our website. We do not carry inventory. (Our shop pages also highlights this)

  2. Are any of these herbs safe for somebody that’s about 16?
    I’m mostly interested in passionflower, scullcap, and gotu kola

    1. Assuming smoking is legal where you reside, you should know that most of these plants have very mild effects when compared with Cannabis.
      I think Passion flower, Blue lotus, Sage or Gotu Kola are good. I am not a huge fan of Scullcap.
      Cannabis should not be consumed before 21 years old as it can have an impact on mental and physical development. (19 would actually be the ideal age according to scientist)

  3. You mentioned other ways of ingesting some of these herbs, including snorting. Other than finely ground kanna powder, which I enjoy snorting from time to time, what other herbal powders would lend themselves to this type of use?

  4. I’ve developed something called Cannibinoid Hyperemsis So now weed makes me super sick so I have to quit, do you any anything you would recommend to get me over the rough patches/cravings? I know nothing can truly mimic the high from pot but to just have something close would be nice, thanks

    1. Not really, I would not recommend smoking tea leaves, similarly, I would not recommend smoking Ginseng.
      “it is possible to smoke tea leaves. I’m really not sure why someone would want to do that, though. It doesn’t give you a buzz like nicotine nor a high like THC, yet it still fills your lungs with harmful particulate matter.” Source

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