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Introducing Our Signature Collection: Smokable Herbs For Happiness

Say hello to our Signature collection of woodsy plants & petals: smokable herbs to help you lighten & feel shimmery. Suggested pairings include picnics, frolicking, and kung fu movies. Let's dive deep into each of our Signature herbs:

Damiana Turnera diffusa

A euphoric aphrodisiac, damiana lightens your spirits, heightens your senses, and radiates a warm, fuzzy body high (so you can go ahead and add “and chill” to the suggested pairings).*

Marshmallow Althaea officinalis

Velvety soft and smooth, marshmallow leaf rounds out our blends while allowing the other flavors in the mix to shine through.*

Mullein Verbascum thapsus

Soothing to the respiratory system, mullein is in all of our blends. This herb allows you to breathe more slowly and deeply and helps counterbalance the dry and hot nature of smoke.*

Klip Dagga Leonotis nepetifolia

Also known as lion’s ear, this mint-family plant’s fuzzy orange petals nuzzle you with soft waves of euphoria.*

Lemon Balm Melissa officinalis

Lemon balm adds a bright, sunny, and citrusy note to balance out this earthy blend and really makes it feel like you’re walking on sunshine.*

Skullcap Scutellaria laterifolia

Skullcap helps you lower your shoulders, unclench your jaw, and quiet your mind. Other than lung supporting mullein and marshmallow, skullcap is the only herb in all three of our blends and provided the inspiration for our logo.*

Wormwood Artemisia absinthium

Also known as green muse, wormwood is what gives absinthe and this blend its magical properties.* 

Wood Betony Betonica officinalis (syn. Stachys officinalis)

Wood betony, or simply betony, is an earthy, grounding herb that helps get you out of your head and down into your body.*

Hemp Flower, hybrid Cannabis sativa ssp. sativa

Chosen to complement the earthy, grounding bouquet of our Signature blend, this sun-grown flower is rich in cannabinoids and terpenes of myrcene, pinene, and caryophyllene.* (in Signature Spliffs only)


For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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