Product: A simple herbal ritual to take with you on busy days.
Notes: A comforting and fragrant herbal scent that has notes of grass as well as rose and sage. The scent translates to the a smooth smoke and light taste--no smoker's breath and stinky clothes and hair with these!
Ritual: Enjoy as a playful and tasty way to connect you to your breath, deepen your relationship with your lungs, and create a moment of solitude or connection with others. Set an intention of release and watch it float off with the smoke on each puff.
Uses: This loose blend includes rolling papers. Great on its own or mixed with rolling tobacco or cannabis where it's legal. burn on a charcoal disk as a natural incense, or make a tea with the herbs to support your lungs if smoking isn't your vibe. We love these after a big meal to help us digest.
Ingredients: Raspberry leaf, Mullein, Mugwort, Catnip, Hops, White Sage, and Rose Petals. Rice paper rolling papers. Note: This product does NOT contain tobacco. We use ethically sourced organic herbs.
Why herbal smokes? In the history of herbalism, smoking has long been considered a safe and effective way to use herbs medicinally. For example, it's thought that the main herb in this blend, Mullein, may help to soothe inflamed lungs, fight asthma, help break up congestion, and moisturize the delicate smooth muscle of the lungs. Of course, smoking may increase carbon dioxide intake and the production of tar, so do listen to your body and enjoy in moderation. We've listed a few more warnings in an abundance of caution below.
WARNINGS: Smoking may be hazardous to your health. Please exercise caution when using this product. Enjoy this herbal smoking blend as a flavorful ritual intended to be savored in the mouth rather than inhaled. Not recommended for internal use by pregnant or nursing women. By purchasing this smoking blend, you agree to not hold Smoke Perfume responsible for any negative consequences that may result from using this product. This product has not been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration and is not approved or intended to treat, cure, or prevent disease.