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Herbal joint by David Blettingletch - Sat, 29 Apr 2017 16:47:41 EST ID:w8X8oKyp No.129435 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Today I had a really lovely joint that contained chamomile and marshmallow and other nice things, and I kind of want more of the same. What would you rec for an anti-anxiety herb mix for teas or smoking?
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Caroline Mogglestock - Wed, 03 May 2017 02:07:33 EST ID:U5/OQs3Y No.129449 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>129435
Dont know about smoking any of this but you already said it, chamomile is one of the best for just relaxing and its available basically everywhere, aside from that, for tea I'd go with skullcap, blue lotus, valerian root, maybe kava and/or kratom if you want something a little harder than your typical herbal effects, and on the weaker side theres lemon balm and believe it or not catnip is also really physically calming. Dont know about the smoking validity of most of these so read up on that yourself but for tea use any combination of these and its guaranteed relaxation for a while
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Ian Sallerwure - Wed, 03 May 2017 13:33:11 EST ID:PrATQDYY No.129455 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>129435
Catnip. I've only ever smoked it wild, so I'm not sure what it's like smoking the stuff you get in a store.

It has a really refreshing minty taste. The first time I did it I couldn't stop smiling afterward, though that may have been placebo. Regardless it's worth a try in my opinion.
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Eugene Wommertine - Wed, 03 May 2017 23:15:36 EST ID:m08T3QtR No.129456 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>129435
Minor sedative herbs and such (maybe a tick beyond a placebo for most):
  • Damiana
  • Skullcap
  • Blue lotus
  • Passion flower
  • Catnip
  • Chamomile
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Abberon - Fri, 05 May 2017 21:58:00 EST ID:esyXBAT6 No.129460 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>129435
I smoked many of these plants. Weak sauce. Lemon balm is calming with some weak effect on GABA. I found a herbal smoking mix online which claimed to contain raspberry leaf, blueberry leaf, red clover, etc.; if it's actually 100% natural, it's obviously crap. Never bought that but I tried raspberry leaf and it was a bit, just a bit relaxing, blueberry leaf did absolutely nothing, and I never tried red clover. I also smoked lactuca serriola 'cause I never found lactuca virosa and it has some anxiolytic properties. Overall they're not really worth it but they could help with sleep and maybe with anxiety.
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Coconut !hEpdoZ.tHU - Wed, 17 May 2017 20:28:24 EST ID:XgR4HG2e No.129525 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Lobelia,passion flower,kanna,dagga
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Oliver Noggleson - Thu, 18 May 2017 01:26:59 EST ID:d253OyZI No.129526 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>129460
Lemon balm works well as a tea, no idea how smoking it goes.
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Alice Chubbledale - Tue, 23 May 2017 21:45:55 EST ID:tHcMvzKE No.129578 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>129577
damn dude never knew that about lilacs, I'm gonna have to do some research on this

they already were my favorite non-narcotic flower
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Cedric Turveyham - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 21:36:58 EST ID:d253OyZI No.129613 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>129608
I've only ever used it fresh for tea, I did try steeping it in vodka. I don't think I drank enough to notice any effects over plain alcohol though.


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