A rejuvenating and relaxing blend of mullein, rosemary, and rose that is rich in stimulating pinene & calming myrcene terpenes.
Ways to use this herbal blend:
- Make it into tea
- Add it to a hot bath
- Smoke or vaporize it
- Infuse it with an oil to use in food or skincare recipes
- Keep it in your car, tuck it by a vent, or stick it in a linen drawer to freshen the air
Warning: Consult with a healthcare professional before use. Do not use if you are pregnant/breastfeeding or if you have a heavy menstrual flow, as rosemary can stimulate the uterus. Use extra caution if you have a bleeding condition, diabetes, G6pDD deficiency, kidney stones, iron-related disorders, sickle cell disease, or are about to undergo surgery.
Check out our Healing Herbs Article to make sure the herbs in this blend are safe for you
Want to smoke or vaporize this blend?
VAPORIZING vs SMOKING: When plant material is ignited or lit, a combustion takes place that produces tar & other toxic chemicals that can cause harm to our bodies. Vaporizing, on the other hand, warms plant material enough to release its beneficial compounds without creating a harmful combustion.
The thing about vaporizing is that every herb combusts at a different temperature, so it can be tricky to figure out what temperature to vaporize your blend at. Below is a list the combustion temperature for these herbs so that you can experiment with vaporization temperatures and find what feels best for you.
- Rose: 212-450°F
- Rosemary: 257-350°F
- Mullein: 302-450°F
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The efficacy of this product has not been confirmed by FDA-approved research. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from health care practitioners. Please consult your health care professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any product. The Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act requires this notice.