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Tobacco alternative: the 10 best herbs to use as a substitute

It can be very worthwhile to switch from tobacco to appropriate alternatives for smoking products. Because tobacco contains nicotine, this has been proven to be addicting. Read below which herbs nature has in store for an alternative smoking experience. Please note that there is probably no herb in the world that when burned and inhaled is not harmful to your health.

  • hop is not only suitable for brewing beer, you can also smoke the herb. The consumption has a calming effect. So it's no wonder that the plant is found in many sleeping pills and tranquilizers.
  • peppermint is found in many different products - from toothpaste to tea. The taste of smoking is special, but it is precisely because of this that some people appreciate it.
  • Catnip is not only attractive to cats. It is also known to naturopathy as a medicinal plant. When smoked, it develops a wonderful aroma and has a stress-reducing effect.
  • Yerba mate For a long time it was mainly used to brew the invigorating mate tea. There are now even lemonades made with extracts from the plant. When smoked, the herb burns wonderfully slowly.
  • sage is an old medicinal plant, which is also represented on many spice shelves. Smoked it has a tasty aroma and is relaxing.
  • Damiana is a common medicinal herb, especially in Mexico. Smoked it has a pleasantly mild taste. The plant is said to have aphrodisiac properties.
  • chamomile can not only be used as a delicious tea with many positive properties. It also develops a pleasant aroma when smoked. The smoke is very mild and easy to inhale.
  • eucalyptus belongs to the myrtle family. The plant is known for its essential oils and as a fodder plant for koalas. Smoked it has a strong, spicy taste.
  • Real marshmallow was previously used to make marshmallows. Various pharmacological properties are also attributed to the plant. As a tobacco product, it is valued for its subtle aroma.
  • cannabis is not just a narcotic drug. The plant can now be found in its THC-free variants in teas and foods. As a tobacco product, it develops a gentle, herbaceous aroma.