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The Hemp Doctor is now a part of the most widely used cannabis platform globally — Leafly. You can follow our brand, learn more about our product assortment, make online orders, and review our products.

Dear customers at The Hemp Doctor, we’re thrilled to announce that our brand is featured on Leafly. Many consumers’ have said Leafly is their best-loved destination to discover cannabis products. We know many of you started your cannabis journey on Leafly, where you could learn, find, and order your favorite products, so we decided to join the other brands here and improve our brand accessibility. You will no longer have to switch between the two websites – you can now follow us on Leafly, review our products, and make online orders right on the platform.

Leafly is the world’s largest cannabis shopping destination, where you can learn about cannabis products and order them 24 hours a day, seven days a week. At The Hemp Doctor, we are excited to become a part of the world’s most widely used cannabis platform. Our presence on Leafly will be a cherry on top of our already incredible customer service. You can reach us using the biggest cannabis platform for feedback, more information, and a better online shopping experience.

Our Products on Leafly

At The Hemp Doctor, we offer a wide variety of CBD and Delta 8 THC products, including our tasteful edibles, nourishing topicals, fast-acting oil tinctures, softgels, and a wide assortment of smokables! We strive to create the most innovative and effective solutions that no other brand has. We love to experiment with taste and introduce new delightful flavors for the most pleasing cannabis experience. When you think you have tried them all, chances are, we’ve already released a new product you haven’t tasted yet! You will never get bored with our selection of edibles, inhalants, and concentrates. What’s best is that now you can follow us on Leafly and keep up to date with our new arrivals, so you will never miss out on our latest products, which now include:

Delta 8 THC Medibles

Our delicious Delta 8 THC infused juicy gummies are available in jars of 600mg and 900mg concentrations of Delta 8 THC. We have numerous flavors, including the tempting forbidden fruit, strawberry, orange, watermelon, pineapple, green apple, cherry, blue razz, tangerine, raspberry, elderberry, and lemon. In addition, our Medibles line doesn’t use gelatin or animal-based ingredients and provides vegan customers with delicious options.

500mg D8 Koko Nuggz

These Delta 8 Infused Cereal Treats are chocolate sweets that look just like cannabis buds. These crunchy, chocolate-covered cereal bites are now made with Delta 8 THC, so they are delicious, innovative, and offer the new famous hemp-derived Delta 8 THC! Each bite of Koko Nuggz features 50mg of premium Delta 8 THC and provides the most delightful cannabis experience.

CBD Full-Spectrum Edibles

At The Hemp Doctor, we pride ourselves on offering the purest and most effective CBD products that provide unparalleled flavors. Our new 900mg jars of CBD gummies now come in 3 flavors — Tangerine, Strawberry, and Elderberry. Each bite is bursting in sweet and fruitful flavor, and what’s best is that they are vegan-friendly, so unlike many other edibles that feature gelatin, you can consume our product worry-free even on a vegan diet!

Delta 8 THC Flower

Customers who want to smoke hemp-derived D8 THC will love our Delta 8 THC flower that comes in 5 strains,  Bubba Kush, Hawaiian Haze, Spectrum,Wedding Cake, and Orange Glaze. Our Delta 8 THC flower is great to roll and smoke, and like every other product in our inventory, it comes from the most premium and pure hemp grown in the U.S.A.

Delta 8 THC Prerolls

If you find it tough to roll joints on your own or want a simpler and more convenient solution, you must love our Delta 8 Prerolls that don’t require any prep work. These ready-to smoke joints come in five different strains! You can choose D8 THC prerolls for the best experience — Orange Glaze with 37.3% D8 THC, Wedding Cake with 35.5% D8 THC, Spectrum with 44% D8 THC, Bubba Kush with 36% D8 THC, and Hawaiian Haze with 35.4% D8 THC.

Disposable Vape Pens

If you’re looking for the most convenient Delta 8 THC experience, you don’t need to look any farther than our Disposable Vape Pens. Each contains 1ml of premium Delta 8 THC and comes in the most popular/strongest strains reported to Leafly — no paper, lighter, or filter needed!

These vape pens come fully charged and ready to go. They are rechargeable, with a standard Micro-USB charger. Our delta 8 THC disposables are derived from U.S. grown hemp and are federally legal.

THC-O Acetate Vape Cart Oil

Our newest arrival, the THC-O Acetate Vape Cart Oil, features the newest cannabinoid gaining popularity due to its unique effects and strength. The Hemp Doctor’s THCO Acetate is made with the superior compounds from our Delta 8 THC, producing the most premium THC-O available. Its makeup is much more viscous than Delta 8 THC oil, similar to CBD or CBN distillate. Vape cart oil offers a smooth experience, but be cautious before you take another puff, as it may take up to 30 minutes to see its effects. It can be as much as three times stronger than D8 THC, so be patient and wait for its results.

Our Quality

At The Hemp Doctor, we are transparent about each step it takes to deliver the most premium and innovative cannabis products. We have nothing to hide, as everything that makes its way to our innovative formulas is of the highest quality.

We extract cannabinoids from a healthy hemp plant that grows in local farms in Colorado and Oregon – states known for the highest quality hemp. Our farmers use only organic practices to grow high-quality hemp, ensuring no unwanted harmful ingredients make their way to our products. Furthermore, we take an additional step to confirm the quality of our products, and that’s third-party lab testing. We also publish lab test results online for our customer’s peace of mind. As a result, all of our customers are well assured they are acquiring a pure, safe, and effective cannabis product – none of them contain harsh chemicals, pesticides, metals, or anything besides what’s indicated on the label. If you haven’t yet done so, now you can shop confidently with The Hemp Doctor and acquire the highest quality products, which are now also available on Leafly!

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Getting high on cannabis can bring a sense of happiness, uplifted mood, euphoria, creativity, and relaxation. Still, things can go unplanned and sometimes wrong even for the most experienced cannabis users. However, you don’t have to worry if you got too high from consuming cannabis. Maybe you got caught up playing weed games or were trying to impress your peers, and now you have landed on the wrong runway and took off to a different high from what you were expecting. Maybe an evening that was supposed to be fun now has turned into anxiety, and all you can think of is your racing heart, unwanted thoughts, and paranoia. You may at some point start doubting your friends’ identity – are they really who they say they are?

Getting too high and experiencing unwanted side effects is relatively common, and usually, it’s not something to worry about as the symptoms will soon go away. Per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), although using too much marijuana can cause adverse side effects, “a fatal overdose is unlikely,” so you won’t die from getting too high. Still, experiencing panic and extreme confusion is distressing. Therefore, you might want to learn ways to sober up from being high on cannabis, so next time you get too high, you can pull through quicker and enjoy the rest of your day with no unwanted side effects. Luckily, a few of the methods discussed below will help ease your symptoms, so you can snap back quickly if you get too high in the future.

1. Talk with Your Friends

Getting too high usually causes confusion, anxiety, paranoia, or even a panic attack. The great thing about getting high with your friends is that you don’t have to deal with the symptoms alone. Being too high also comes with unwanted thoughts and fears, and communicating them with your friends can help you relax, plus it will be a great distraction and will help you get out of your head. Unless they are also experiencing side effects, friends can greatly help cope with anxiety and calm down, so you can handle the symptoms better and sober up more quickly.

2. Take CBD Supplements

Consuming more cannabis ingredients while high may not sound like a great idea, but not all cannabinoids cause the same effects. CBD, unlike THC, is non-psychoactive and doesn’t cause mind-altering symptoms. Furthermore, it can act as an antagonist of THC and reduce the psychotic symptoms caused by the latter. Luckily, CBD is now available everywhere, either online or at brick-and-mortar stores. CBD products come in different forms, like tinctures, softgels, edibles, or vape products. Tinctures are the fastest acting, so you can take them immediately when you start experiencing THC’s side effects. CBD-infused edibles are also great to have on you when you get high as they can be the perfect snack once the munchies strike and even before you start experiencing THC’s unwanted effects.

3. Hydrate

Are you familiar with the term cotton mouth? Then you most probably already know the dry feeling in your mouth after smoking marijuana. Drinking water will help get rid of the dry mouth, and staying hydrated can help you calm down. It will also make you focus on the process of sipping and swallowing, which can be a great distraction from your unwanted thoughts, and when beer and coffee are a big no (they can worsen your symptoms), water can be an excellent drink to have while too high.

4. Take a Shower or Bath

Although sometimes you can’t perform this step if you’re not at home, a shower or bath can significantly help you relax and calm down. Cold showers can calm down your racing heart, and a warm one can help you relax. Bath, especially when you use aromatic essential oils or bath bombs, can be a calming experience and an excellent way to wait for your symptoms to go away. Just make sure not to relax too much to fall asleep in your bathtub. It’s always a great idea to set the alarm on your phone and place next to the bathtub.

5. Find a Distraction

When your anxiety is at worst, and unwanted thoughts race through your mind, the last thing you want is overthinking because that might produce more thoughts and fears, such as fear of dying, resulting in a panic attack. When you overthink, your symptoms can worsen, so finding a distraction is one of the best ways to sober up from being high. A good distraction can be watching your favorite TV show, playing a game with your friends, playing a video game, eating snacks, listening to musing, drawing, painting, or doing any craft. Your distraction can be any activity you enjoy that will help you get out of your head, calm your mind, and relax.

6. Try Black Pepper

“Out of the blue and into the black” – might be a familiar quote if you are among Neil Young’s listeners. In his interview with Howard Stern, one of the greatest Canadian musicians stated that he uses black pepper when paranoid after smoking marijuana.

“Try black pepper balls if you get paranoid. Just chew two or three pieces,” Young said. So don’t feel blue if you’ve just started experiencing the side effects of consuming too much cannabis. Just try black pepper.

Neil Young isn’t the only cannabis user to use black pepper for sobering up. Even science supports his idea; a 2011 review from the British Journal of Pharmacology states that the terpenes in black peppercorn (especially beta-caryophyllene) seem to tame the effects of THC. So, when feeling adverse effects after consuming too much THC, trying black pepper can help ease the symptoms.

You can try chewing on peppercorns or sniffing black pepper to find relief, and what’s best about this method is that you won’t have to go on a long quest for finding black pepper as it’s likely already in your kitchen.

Not all THC Produces the Same Effects – Try Delta 8 THC at the Hemp Doctor Today!

When hearing about THC, you most probably think of marijuana, but that’s not always the case. Delta 8 THC derived from hemp has a much lower psychotropic potency than delta 9 THC derived from marijuana, and it’s also federally legal! If you haven’t yet tried the new famous cannabinoid, perhaps it’s time to do so. At The Hemp Doctor, America’s Premier Hemp and CBD Dispensary, we pride ourselves on providing top-grade, pure, effective, and safe solutions, including Delta 8 THC products. Here you can choose from our wide array of options and select the product best suitable for your needs. So get started today at The Hemp Doctor, order the desired product online, and receive your order straight to your door!


Cannabis-infused edibles are increasing in popularity, especially during recent events when cooking at home became way more customary for millions of Americans. Edibles are in demand also because, without question, they provide the most tasteful way of consuming cannabinoids, and some of them are super easy to make at home. However, when stored incorrectly, your cannabis edibles can soon go inedible, and that’s not what you want after investing your spare time and energy into making the cannabinoid-infused culinary delight. Now, many cannabis consumers wonder how to store edibles correctly. Luckily, you will no longer need to toss away your edibles as in this article, we will guide you to preventing your delicious edibles from spoiling, so you can enjoy every bite.

Storing Different Types of Edibles


Gummies are amongst the most popular cannabis edibles as they’re incredibly convenient and tasteful. Gummies come in premeasured amounts of cannabis products and offer a fun and flavorful way of consumption. Although they usually have a much longer shelf life than other types of edibles, when stored improperly, they can also spoil or become ineffective. Therefore, keeping gummies in proper conditions is crucial to prevent the compound in gummies from degrading or the product becoming contaminated.

A dark, cool place such as your kitchen cupboard or refrigerator is the best place to keep your gummies for them to last longer. Sun exposure or undesirable room temperature can create perfect conditions for mold to grow. Besides, direct sunlight can degrade the compound in gummies, so they will no longer bring desired effects or even cause certain ingredients in some gummies (gelatin) in the product to melt, so it’s vital to keep your gummies away from the sunlight.

If you have younger children or family members living with you, remember to store them away from where they might find them. These products are not recommended for minors, and safety is our first priority at The Hemp Doctor.

Cannabis Candies

Cannabis candies and lollipops are also great for those with a sweet tooth, and whether you buy some online or make them at home, they can last up to one year if stored properly.

They are a great snack for you and your friends, so you may want to make many candies at once to stock up on flavorful treats, which is not a problem when you store them in a cool, dry place and keep away from humidity, heat, and sunlight. However, when stored improperly, your hard candies can get soft and gooey by absorbing moisture from the air or overheating, plus the cannabinoid can degrade when exposed to sunlight.

The best way to keep your hard candies fresh is to place them in a tightly sealed airtight container or a heavy-duty plastic bag and keep it in a dry, cool spot like your pantry or refrigerator. Don’t place hard candies with gummies or moist candies, as they will add moisture to the container.

Like the gummies, remember to store them safely out of the reach of minors.

Cannabis Cookies and Baked Goods

If you love baking and cannabis edibles, you must love cannabis cookies and baked goods with cannabinoids. However, homemade edibles don’t contain preservatives, so they are way less durable than those cookies you buy at a grocery store. When storing baked cannabis goods, it’s crucial to do it properly, without exposing them to air or sunlight; otherwise, they will quickly go stale.

Place your cannabis baked goods in an airtight container, and place them in the pantry. If you expect to consume them for several days, you can store them in a refrigerator, but don’t leave them there for more than a week as they might dry out and crumble easily.


Cannabutter is one of the most popular ingredients in homemade edibles. Because it’s edible itself, it’s crucial to keep your cannabis-infused butter properly stored to prevent it from spoiling and ruining your homemade edibles.

The best way to store cannabutter is to wrap it in foil or parchment paper and place it in an airtight container and into the refrigerator or freezer, depending on how often you plan to use the cannabis-infused butter. Leaving cannabutter at room temperature for too long can cause it to soften, melt, and go rancid.

Cannabis Chocolate

Cannabis chocolate is among the most delicious cannabis edibles, but it also spoils much more easily than other edibles when you store it improperly. The best way to keep your cannabis chocolate fresh is to wrap it in foil, put it in an airtight container and keep it in a dry, cool, dark place like your pantry or a refrigerator. A refrigerator is the best option to avoid chocolate softening or melting at room temperature. If you want to keep the chocolate for several months, you can freeze it.

First, wrap it in the foil, put them in a freezer bag, and refrigerate it for 2-3 hours before you put it in a freezer — this will help bring down the temperature gradually so that your chocolate remains fresh instead of freezer burned. When you place chocolate in a freezer or a refrigerator, it can develop a white film — this is not a reason for concern. This harmless sugar coat is caused by absorbed moisture from the fridge. It isn’t harmful, nor is it an indication of your chocolate going stale.

There are more types of edibles and their variations and while you can get as creative as you want when making them at home, remember that most cannabis-infused drinks and edibles are better to be stored in the fridge or dry, cool, and dark place like your pantry. Rare exceptions are dry snacks like popcorn, which can be left at room temperature. Still, if you want your snacks to remain crispy and not soggy, keep them in an airtight container or original packaging to prevent moisture from taking away their crunch.

Most cannabis edibles are also okay to keep in a freezer to keep them fresh longer, including gummies, cookies, or brownies. As a rule, remember to keep your goodies out of direct sunlight to prevent the compound from degrading and the edible spoiling, warm areas over 70 degrees Fahrenheit, and places with a lot of moisture. When stored properly, your edibles can go a long way and so you can take delight in every delicious bite you consume.

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At The Hemp Doctor, we pride ourselves on offering the purest and most effective CBD and Delta 8 THC products that provide unparalleled flavors. So if you’re not fond of making edibles at home and are searching for ready-to-eat cannabis treats, The Hemp Doctor is a great place to start your journey. Our best-selling products include:

  • Our delicious Delta 8 THC infused juicy gummies, medibles come in 600 and 900mg concentrations of Delta 8 THC per bottle. Medibles come in numerous tasteful flavors such as forbidden fruit, strawberry, orange, watermelon, pineapple, green apple, cherry, blue razz, tangerine, raspberry, elderberry, and lemon. Medibles vegan line doesn’t use gelatin or animal-based ingredients and provides vegan customers with delicious options.
  • Our 900mg CBD gummies now come in 3 flavors — Tangerine, Strawberry, and Elderberry with Immune Boost, and are VEGAN friendly.  Each bite is bursting with intense flavor.
  • Delta 8 Infused Cereal Treats – Koko Nuggz are chocolate sweets that look just like cannabis buds. Each bite of Koko Nuggz features 50mg of premium Delta 8 THC and provides the most delightful cannabis experience.

At The Hemp Doctor, we are dedicated to creating the most effective, purest, and reliable CBD you can trust. Most importantly, we prove every claim on our labels is valid through third-party lab test results.

Our premium CBD derives from organic hemp that grows in nutritious U.S. soil, bringing only the desired outcomes. So, if you’re still searching for flavorful and potent edibles, you can conveniently shop for our top-grade products online.

Making Edibles

Cannabis edibles are fun and delicious, and they’re also becoming increasingly popular among cannabis consumers. Making them at home can be an excellent way to spend your time.

Regardless of how skilled a cook you are, like with any other food, you can make some mistakes while making cannabis edibles, and that’s quite common, especially on your first few tries. So, after your edibles don’t turn out quite as expected, you may start wondering how to make them like a pro and improve their flavor, texture, and even potency.

Fine-tuning your cooking process will help you step up the game and take your cannabis edibles to a whole new level, so you can be proud of your culinary delights when serving your friends or even enjoying them alone. Even though there’s no universal formula for creating quality edibles, there’re common mistakes we all make at some point while making cannabis-infused foods. If you are still wondering about the mistakes you could be making, the DOs and DON’Ts for a successful recipe below will help you make your treats even more delightful.

DO Find the Right Ingredients

Like with any recipe, you must pick the right ingredients for your edibles. Different recipes call for varying ingredients, so you must carefully check them before getting started. Moreover, different cannabis strains can affect the results. For example, Indica strains produce a sense of relaxation, while Sativa strains give consumers energizing boost. Hybrids combine both Sativa and Indica genetics and are either Indica or Sativa dominant. Besides, cannabis strains also come in varying flavors and aromas, so choose them carefully based on your edibles’ taste.

DON’T Use More Cannabis than Needed

Making cannabis-infused oil or butter doesn’t require ounces of the flower, and more isn’t always better. To calculate how much cannabis you need requires you to know the recipe and the potency of your flower – the percentage of cannabinoids in it so you can estimate the strength of your edibles. A little cannabis goes a very long way, and even if you use too much of the flower, the lipids in the oil won’t be able to bind with all cannabinoids, and you will waste your cannabis flower. In general, you’ll need 1 cup of cannabis flower and 1 cup of cooking oil of your preference to make homemade cannabis oil.

DO Decarboxylate the Cannabis First

Raw cannabis doesn’t contain THC. Rather, it contains its precursor THCA – the acidic form of the compound, which is nonreactive. Decarboxylating cannabis heats it to a specific temperature to lose a CO2 molecule and for THCA  to convert to THC, which will produce the effects you expect from a cannabis edible.

The most common method to decarboxylate cannabis is by using an oven. Set the temperature to 230 degrees Fahrenheit and place the oven rack with cannabis in the middle position.

Cover the baking sheet with aluminum foil, break up the cannabis, spread it across the foil, and cover it from the top with another piece of aluminum foil. Put the baking sheet with cannabis in the oven and wait for 45 minutes.

DON’T Throw Your Cannabis Straight in the Slow-Cooker

Without decarboxylation, you probably won’t experience the cannabis effects as cannabinoids in the cannabis flower won’t activate and deliver results. Still, many skip the step and add the raw cannabis to the slow cooker to decarboxylate in the oil, but we don’t recommend doing so. Although it may seem like an easier way, the longer your cannabis soaks into the oil, the worse it will taste, and your cannabis oil can bring a bitter, unpleasant taste into your edibles. It’s also trickier to control the temperatures in a slow cooker, and you might use too much or too little heat.

DO Use the Right Temperatures

Decarboxylation is crucial to prepare edibles successfully, but doing it at the correct temperatures is equally important. Experts agree that it takes approximately 230-250°F degrees to decarboxylate cannabis, and that’s a good temperature range for THCA to convert to THC while preserving other cannabinoids and terpenes in flower.

DON’T Use Too Much Heat

When you are short on time, you may want to use higher temperatures so that you can decarboxylate the cannabis much faster, but you must slow down. Cooking cannabis at high temperatures can cause THC to degrade. THC can be completely broken down at higher than 292F temperatures.

DO Use a Hand Grinder

After decarboxylating the cannabis, it’s best to use a hand grinder to break it into smaller pieces, rather than kitchen appliances like a coffee grinder that can grind the cannabis into a powder. Grinding cannabis into powder may negatively impact your edibles’ taste and look.

DON’T Overgrind Your Cannabis

When you first start making cannabis edibles, you might mistakenly believe that grinding the bud into a powder using a food processor or coffee grinder will help it blend better and help camouflage that distinct taste of cannabis. In reality, grinding cannabis into powder can even intensify its grassy flavor. Unfortunately, it can also make your edibles look green and way less appealing.

DO Follow a Recipe

If you want to nail expected results, you must follow a recipe even if you love improvising in the kitchen. So many things can go wrong while making edibles: you may end up having unwanted flavors, textures, or even potency. Recipes for homemade cannabis edibles cover all the necessary steps you need to take to make your homemade cannabis delights potent and full of flavor.

DON’T Give Up

As you probably have much more on your schedule than just making cannabis edibles, your mind might wander off. You may forget your flower in the oven, use more amounts of a particular ingredient, or forget to use it at all. Getting started with cooking edibles may indeed come with many errors, and that’s common. We all have tossed away edibles we expected to be full of flavor but ended up in our trash bin. Don’t give up if you fail on your first try. The first pancake is always a mess!

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If you’re still searching for the most premium hemp-derived ingredients like Delta 8 THC and CBD to infuse into your homemade delights, look no further! At The Hemp Doctor, all our products are safe and effective: they are third-party lab tested, and we make test results available to our customers. Moreover, we extract Delta 8 THC and CBD from U.S. grown hemp, which grows under strict regulations and guarantees our products’ safety and pureness.

Get started today, visit our online store, and cook your homemade edibles using the top-grade hemp-derived ingredients on the market!

Herbs to mix with weed

If you have mixed your cigarettes with cannabis and smoked a spliff in your backyard, then you have already successfully blended your weed with another herb – tobacco. Still, there’re so many more variations than just this combination.

Blending herbs with weed can enhance your experience and provide more delightful flavors and aromas due to the natural terpenes. Many herbs can be an excellent substitute for tobacco in a spliff and be enjoyable to consume. Herbs can produce varying effects of their own, and some can enhance the effects of cannabis. There’s no one way to blend herbs with weed but pairing them based on terpenes is a common method that will provide a flavorful and delightful experience. You can smoke the herbal blend by rolling them up in a joint, using a bowl or a bong, or even a vape. You can use herbs in any desired ratio or equal amounts of each in the mix and smoke.


Lavender is known for its calming and soothing effects, and mixing it with cannabis can provide you with a more relaxing experience. Linalool – the terpene in lavender has the potential to assist with stress, and it’s best to be paired with Indica strains of cannabis. More importantly, Linalool is a terpene both cannabis and lavender have in common. And what’s best about this blend is that it tastes incredible, so it’s worth giving a try if you haven’t done so yet!


Eucalyptus is known for its spicy, menthol-like flavor. Eucalyptus is another herb you can mix with cannabis for a more enhanced experience. Eucalyptol, the terpene in eucalyptus, has a fresh mint-like smell and a spicy, cooling, and refreshing taste that can level up your smoking experience and make it more reinvigorating.


Passionflower, a climbing vine with mesmerizing white and purple flowers that your eye can’t miss once you encounter them, is another excellent ingredient to use in your herbal cannabis blend. Passionflower has a grassy smell and earthy taste, with hints of sweet flavor.

Native American tribes have long used passionflower to treat various conditions and improve health and wellness.


Rosemary and cannabis share the same terpene – beta-caryophyllene (BCP) known for its spicy and peppery taste, giving cannabis its earthy flavor. It’s common in many herbs, including black pepper, cinnamon, cloves, and basil. The terpene interacts with the CB2 endocannabinoid receptors found in the body. So when smoked with cannabis, Rosemary adds a fresh and somewhat neutral aroma to the mix.


Leaves of white sage promote feelings of relaxation and calmness. Sage is a great choice to mix with Indica-dominant cannabis strains. Native American tribes used sage in purification ceremonies.

Damiana Leaf

Damiana Leaf, known for its minty and spicy taste and smell combined with cannabis, will provide a smooth and pleasing smoke. Its effects are calming, relaxing, and mood-enhancing, so when paired with cannabis, it can help release tension, especially when mixed with Indica strains.


Mints are great to use when you are looking for a refreshing taste and calming experience. It will add a fresh taste to your smoke and help clear the proverbial cobwebs away and calm your nerves. In addition, the menthol in mint will fortify your smoke with a robust minty, cooling taste and flavor. So, if you are looking for a subtly sweet and cooling flavor with a refreshing aroma, mint is a great choice to blend with cannabis for the delightful and relaxing smoke.

CBD Flower

CBD flower is a hemp-derivative, and unlike marijuana, it features only trace amounts of psychoactive THC. CBD flower tastes very much like weed, so it’s unlikely that mixing these two will alter the flavor or aroma of your smoke. CBD and THC are both cannabis derivatives. Per the famous Entourage Effect, when we consume more than one cannabinoid, they work together better as a group, delivering better results. However, this doesn’t mean a more potent high, but CBD in your blend can help reduce unwanted side effects of THC like mental discomfort and paranoia and help you have a more balanced and pleasing experience.

How to Blend Herbs with Cannabis

Now that you’ve chosen the herbs to blend with cannabis, you may get too thrilled to start rolling your next joint, but if you are working with fresh herbs, you will need to dry them before you smoke them. You can’t mix fresh herbs with cannabis as they should be dry enough to burn (but not too powdery).

The most common method of drying herbs is leaving them in a dark, dry area, but you can use an oven at a specific temperature to dry herbs of your choice. However, make sure not to dry out the herbs too much because when too dry, their leaves will burn too quickly and may also leave an unpleasant taste in your mouth.

Storing dried herbs will also go a long way, and you can keep them in the dark, airtight containers – dried herbs can quickly spoil when exposed to air and direct sunlight. Use glass containers as plastic ones may leach chemicals into your dried herbs. Keep them away from sunlight to keep them fresh for longer.

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