People have increasingly turned to herbal tea as an alternative to tobacco cigarettes. While traditional cigarettes contain nicotine, herbal tea does not, making smoking it less dangerous. Still, many questions exist as to the safety of smoking herbal tea and what impact this may have on health; the answer to which is no; but there are many ways you can still reap its benefits without smoking it.

Can You Smoke Green Tea? In contrast to regular brewed tea, green and white teas don’t contain as much water content, making it easier for smokers. Chamomile and lavender are two herbs commonly added to green and white tea leaves to increase smoking appeal; both provide soothing properties which relieve anxiety while increasing cognitive performance and memory retention – perfect components of an herbal smoke blend!

What about Smoked Oolong Tea? Oolong teas are known for containing high levels of L-theanine, an amino acid which has been scientifically shown to relieve anxiety. Consuming this compound through tea or extract may provide optimal relief; however, some individuals report that smoking it also helps them relax; likely due to its cold climate cultivation process and rich flavor that increases its L-theanine content.

But it is essential to remember that smoking of any sort, whether cigarettes, herbal tobacco or organic tea can be hazardous to both lungs and bodies alike. Even without nicotine present, herbs can still irritate and damage lungs while their burning releases harmful carbon monoxide gasses; so only smoke organic tea, as this reduces exposure to potentially hazardous chemicals.

Can You Smoke Chamomile Tea? Chamomile is an herb used to reduce anxiety, relieve tension and improve concentration and memory. When smoked it has a soothing, sweet flavor with smoother smoke than most herbs – however it should only be added sparingly into an herbal smoke blend for best results.

To craft a tea joint, the following ingredients will be required.

People have increasingly turned to herbal tea as an alternative to tobacco cigarettes. While traditional cigarettes contain nicotine, herbal tea does not, making smoking it less dangerous. Still, many questions exist as to the safety of smoking herbal tea and what impact this may have on health; the answer to which is no; but there are many ways you can still reap its benefits without smoking it.

Can You Smoke Green Tea? In contrast to regular brewed tea, green and white teas don’t contain as much water content, making it easier for smokers. Chamomile and lavender are two herbs commonly added to green and white tea leaves to increase smoking appeal; both provide soothing properties which relieve anxiety while increasing cognitive performance and memory retention – perfect components of an herbal smoke blend!

What about Smoked Oolong Tea? Oolong teas are known for containing high levels of L-theanine, an amino acid which has been scientifically shown to relieve anxiety. Consuming this compound through tea or extract may provide optimal relief; however, some individuals report that smoking it also helps them relax; likely due to its cold climate cultivation process and rich flavor that increases its L-theanine content.

But it is essential to remember that smoking of any sort, whether cigarettes, herbal tobacco or organic tea can be hazardous to both lungs and bodies alike. Even without nicotine present, herbs can still irritate and damage lungs while their burning releases harmful carbon monoxide gasses; so only smoke organic tea, as this reduces exposure to potentially hazardous chemicals.

Can You Smoke Chamomile Tea? Chamomile is an herb used to reduce anxiety, relieve tension and improve concentration and memory. When smoked it has a soothing, sweet flavor with smoother smoke than most herbs – however it should only be added sparingly into an herbal smoke blend for best results.

To craft a tea joint, the following ingredients will be required.