How to Roll a Tea Joint

Herbal blend to roll a tea joint

Since the birth of Earth, humans have been curious explorers of this vast place. The plants and flowers that decorate the landscapes of our common home have been of particular interest, and we have used them for almost everything, including the creation of cigarettes.

While smoking weed or tobacco is now much more common, making herbal joints is an equally pleasurable practice. That’s why we want to introduce you to this wonderful world and teach you how to roll a tea joint.

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Can You Smoke Green Tea?

Decades ago, green tea cigarettes were popular in Vietnam. While there is no scientific research indicating that smoking tea has positive effects on our health, anecdotal evidence suggests that this may be the case.

Most of the time, people smoke herbal blends to quit tobacco. As a result, this practice has become popular in recent years. 

Nature is truly versatile, which is why it isn’t rare to find plants, such as cannabis, that you can smoke and at the same time use as an infusion for tea. Smoking itself isn’t healthy for your lungs, but as long as what you use for smoking is organic, natural, and contains no added pesticides or chemicals, you shouldn’t have to worry about smoking tea.

Smoking Green Tea Benefits

The use of green tea dates back to 2737 B.C. in China. Since then, it has become a famous drink thanks to its numerous positive effects on health.

Unfortunately, there is no research to support the benefits of smoking green tea. As such, the benefits we will share below are based on the effects reported by some users and the science behind the composition of green tea.

Green Tea for Anxiety

Green tea contains L-theanine. This unique amino acid improves our mood and increases the activity in the alpha frequency band, the same frequencies you see when a person is quietly resting. 

Moreover, it raises brain levels of serotonin and dopamine, which help us regulate our mood and perception of pain. Several users have claimed that smoking green tea makes them feel less anxious and relaxed, but we need more research to prove that burning tea leaves for smoking allows our body to absorb L-theanine.

Green Tea Cognitive Benefits

Caffeine and L-theanine are a great combo, as studies show that this pairing boosts cognition and helps improve focus and memory. Imagine rolling a joint of the best strains for creativity with some green tea一 it definitely sounds like a productive smoking session.

Green Tea and Metabolism Weight Loss

The most famous property of green tea is its wonderful impact on our digestion. Thanks to its antioxidant and catechin content, many people who wish to lose weight may find green tea a wonderful addition to their regimen.

There are no studies on the benefits of smoking green tea for metabolism. Unfortunately, so for now, this is nothing more than a guess.

Green Tea and Energy

Containing caffeine, green tea improves our attention and increases our energy levels. Unfortunately, we do not know if these same effects occur when smoking green tea. Therefore, it’s better to try other alternatives, such as delta 8 for energy

Can You Smoke Chamomile?

Chamomile is another favorite of tea lovers. This gentle flower generates well-being and tranquility, offering people a natural way to improve their quality of sleep.

Marketing has sold chamomile to us as an herb that is only good for sleeping. And while that is one of its most potent effects, there are many other benefits to this herb. A great way to discover them is to include them in your herbal blend.

Smoking Chamomile Benefits

Chamomile Tea for Insomnia

Containing apigenin, chamomile binds to certain receptors in our brain that promote sleepiness. If your sleeping cycle is messed up, drinking or smoking chamomile before going to bed can do the trick. 

Chamomile for Upset Stomach

Although many studies are lacking, preliminary results show that chamomile can protect our stomach and reduce the risk of some gastrointestinal conditions.

It can also help reduce heartburn, gas, and even stomach cramps.

Healthy Herbs to Smoke

Apart from green tea and chamomile, there are many other healthy herbs you can smoke and add to your herbal blend. Some of them include:

  • Mullein
  • Mugwort
  • Lavender
  • Damiana
  • Sage
  • Lemon Balm
  • Hibiscus
  • Mint
  • Saint John’s Wort

Smoking Herbs Benefits

As we have mentioned, there isn’t much information regarding the benefits of smoking herbs. Still, it is one of the best ways to quit tobacco. Smoking herbs as a transition will ultimately expand your creativity, helping you find new ways to enjoy nature and connect with it.

Moreover, many herbs share the same terpenes as cannabis, amplifying the entourage effect and giving your joint a tastier and more aromatic profile. In addition, many herbs carry their very own therapeutic or psychoactive properties. As long as you smoke organic, food-grade herbs, there aren’t too many downsides to smoking herbs and learning how to roll a tea joint.

Can you Smoke Tea Bags

While they can be marketed as “natural” and “healthy,” we wouldn’t recommend using smoking tea bags. Sure, you can rip open the bag and sprinkle the herbs into your joint mix, but tea bags often contain plastic material that transfers to your tea.

For that reason, you can either find a tea brand that sells plastic-free tea bags, or simply buy your herbs in bulk. If you’re into gardening, you could even grow your own herbs for smoking. Make sure these plants are pesticide-free, organic, and, if possible, ethically grown.

How to Roll a Tea Joint

Combining herbs with cannabis, or even simply other aromatic plants, is a great way to personalize your joints. Follow these easy instructions to learn how to roll a tea joint:

  • Build your base with roughly half of the mixture. This might be your preferred cannabis strain, like the hybrid Super Sour Space Candy, or other herbs such as mullein.
  • To complete the mixture, add more herbs. Take some rosemary, mugwort, or other herbs with similar flavors. You should have roughly 40% of the mixture when combining.
  • Finally, add herbs with a more aromatic profile, like lavender, mint, or lemon balm. 
  • Roll your tea joint as you would with a regular spliff, and there you go!

 

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