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About Us

The Healing Power of Nature

All of our Herbs are organic, grown on our little farm. We have Tinctures infused with Alcohol or Glycerin. Herbal Capsules, Teas and Creams. Our range is constantly being expanded. All our products are handcrafted in small batches.


Smoking Herbs

Here are some of our healing smoking herbs, we are blending on request

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Blue Lotus

The dried flowers of the Blue Lotus plant are smoked in order to give the user a sense of peaceful relaxation. It is smoked in several cultures as a substitute for marijuana. Blue Lotus, Nymphaea caerulea, is a sedative plant also known as Blue Water Lily, Egyptian lotus and the Sacred Lily of the Nile.

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Kava Kava

Kava, also called kava-kava root, Piper methysticum  is a South Pacific plant with psychotropic, sedative effects, much like those of Xanax or other enzodiazepines. kava smokers have reported experiencing increased body load, giddiness, and mild visual alterations including the intensification of color, especially when they smoked kava in combination with other euphoric and calming herbs

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Calea Zacatechichi

Calea zacatechichi (also called Calea ternifolia or “Dream Herb”) is a flowering plant native to Central America and has a long tradition of use as a medicinal plant in indigenous cultures Exposure through inhalation (smoking) or ingestion (as tea) is primarily used to temporarily intensify lucid dreaming. dried calea zacatechichi leaf is also used to combat insomnia, or simply for the soothing, peaceful, relaxing sensation that it provides..



Turnera diffusa, known as damiana. Smoking Damiana is known for its ability to make euphoric feelings, damiana is supposed to give the user a mild pot-like buzz. One of the main reasons for smoking Damiana is for its aphrodisiac nature. Smoking Damiana became a common solution for nicotine addictions, It affects the nervous system and it's said to help with anxiety and nervousness.

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Wild Lettuce

Wild lettuce, Lactuca virosa, also known as opium lettuce, often ingested for its mild analgesic and sedative effects.  Some people inhale wild lettuce for a recreational "high" or hallucinogenic effect. The dreamy effects are a little bit similar to opium but milder. Wild lettuce can help reduce the feeling of restlessness and excitability.



Nepeta cataria, commonly known as catnip, you may be surprised to learn that catnip is mostly used by humans for its calming and sedative effects. There are older reports that catnip was once used in place of cannabis or as filler in weed since it produced similar effects, like making you feel happy and slightly buzzed. It works as a sedative, calmative, and reduces anxiety



Hops, Humulus lupulus, As the hops bud contains lupuline, the smoking of hops gives a mellow effect. Hops can relax the mind so strongly that you can move past inhibitions in a similar fashion as when you drink alcohol. This effect also helps to quell anxiety and to calm A great alleviator of nervous tension and indeed an all-round nervine tonic, hops ease stress and tension. I prefer smoking them in a blend



Skullcap,Scutellaria lateriflora,  a favored herb around pot smoker. Skullcap is known for reducing insomnia and anxiety, boosting the central nervous system and helps nervous headaches. Skullcap herb is an amazing plant for stress, tension, anxiety, nervousness, and panic attacks.

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