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Herbal Cigarettes to Curb Cravings and Overcome Side Effects

Posted in Hints and tips 17 Feb 2016

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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