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Herbal blends and their use in vaporization for medical purposes.

 

Probably you bought your vaporizer with a view to vaporizing weed but you can squeeze more than that out of your vaporizer. If herbs are your soft spot, you’re concerned with health benefits of vaporizing herbs and more so you have bent for experiments, you should check herbal blends out. It will bring your vaporizing experience onto a completely new level.

 

Vaporizing herbs can bring many health benefits. Vapor created in the vaporizer can help to treat many ailments and is often used in aromatherapy. Vaporizing herbs in the vaporizers eliminate toxins and releases only active ingredients of herbs. Vapor directly enters our bloodstream so herbs are quickly and efficiently absorbed into the organism. There’s a wide range of herbs to vaporize individually but it’s worth trying out to mix them as combined herbs create better effects.

 

Before you start creating your own blends, you should keep in mind that different herbs vaporize at different temperature so you should combine herbs with similar vaporization temperatures. Otherwise, one ingredient can burn too quickly and spoil the effect of the whole blend. Herbal blend must contain base substance which is responsible for creating necessary bulk as well as active ingredients which decide about its medical qualities. More so, herbs should be properly ground to get smooth and intense vapor.

 

If you’re true beginner in vaporizing herbal blends, you can start from readymade herbal blends which are available on the market, e.g. Vaporbrothers® launched organic herbal blends which come in four combinations: Balancing Blues for relaxation, Feelin' Fine for asthma and giving up smoking, Revitalizing Herbal Blend for headaches or Sweetly Calming for digestion problems. If you want to suit herbal blend better to your needs, you can visit herbal expert who can create blend especially for you. Herbs are widely accessible: you can grow herbs in your own garden, get them from homeopathic or herbalist store or order them online. Being more confident with the herbs, check out some combinations of herbs which you can find online. The measurement ‘part’ used in the recipes for herbal blends refers to the equal part of substance in blend and it doesn’t matter if it’s a teaspoon or a whole cup. Everything depends on your preferences and effect you want to achieve. Here’re some recipes for different ailments to try them out. Just to name a few: Relaxation (3 Parts Chamomile, 1 Part wild Lettuce, 1 Part Valerian, 1 Part Lavender or optional: 1-3 drops valerian extract applied to mixture), Energy (1 Part Eucalyptus, 1 Part Mint, 1 Part Ephedra or Sida Cordifolia, 1 Part Ground Guarana of Ground Coffee or optional 1-3 drops of sida cordifolia or ephedra, extract applied to mixture and/or 1 drop of eucalyptus essential minerals), Asthma (6 Parts Lavender, 2 Parts Hyssop, 2 Parts Marjoram), Bronchitis (4 Parts Sandalwood, 3 Parts Eucalyptus, 3 Parts Bergamot), Cough (3 Parts Lavender, 2 Parts Thyme, 2 Parts Eucalyptus), Headache (9 Parts chamomile, 8 Parts Lavender, 8 Parts Geranium), Insomnia (3 Parts Rose, 3 Parts Sage, 3 Parts Chamomile, 2 Parts Valerian, Sore Throat (3 Parts Lavender, 2 Parts chamomile, 1 Part Thyme), Stress (10 Parts Neroli, 7 Parts Rosemary, 8 Drops Lavender).

 

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