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Herbal Cigarettes to Curb Cravings and Overcome Side Effects

Posted in Hints and tips 17 Feb 2016
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Herbs and flowers such as mint, basil, lavender, etc. can be dried and rolled in to cigarettes making a great chemical and nicotine free alternative to quiting aids. I smoke them after meals which is when I've struggled the most with cravings. Shops such as the happy herb company sell a number of herbs that can be smoked or drunk as tea which aim to promote respiratory health by soothing and cleansing the lungs. There are also a number of herbs and herb blends available to treat the side effects of quitting such as anxiety, lethargy, appetite change, sleeplessness, etc.

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  • cath57, Illawarra Shoalhaven February 17, 2016 | 20:32
    Good to know.
  • Boydwilliam2 February 17, 2016 | 22:25
    I'd probably steer clear of taking any kind of smoke into your lungs. Tobacco or herbal
  • Lia February 17, 2016 | 23:39
    Think about it. You are still smoking...
  • kerrielee, Hunter New England March 24, 2016 | 8:11
    your definitely still smoking

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