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Is Rose A Smokable Herb? Blending Rose Petals and Cannabis Together

Updated: Jul 7, 2021

Have you ever thought whether there are smokable healing herbs out here other than cannabis? Of course! The petals of rose flowers are definitely smokable, completely non toxic and very pampering.

Native Americans, herbalists and other indigenous people from around the world have crafted and inhaled herbs for recreational, medicinal and ceremonial purposes for centuries.

If you have been smoking cannabis for “fiftyleven” years, and have began to wonder how you can enhance your routine smoking experience, organic, food grade rose petals may be the most lovely way to go.

The rose is sensual, alluring and evokes an energy of love in the mind and spirit. The mind and body interact and respond positively to rose as well, as rose is a classic aphrodisiac. These are energies I would definitely love to have in my next smoke sesh.

Rose Petal Benefits

  • Protects and nourishes the emotional heart

  • Brings joy

  • Relaxes the nervous system

  • Can reduce feelings of depression and improve mood

  • Digestive aiding properties

Create your own smokable herbal blend by adding a modest amount (less than 20%) of organic, food grade rose petals to your joint.

The flavor and aroma produced are much more delicate and soothing than cannabis or hemp alone. The fragrant flowery scent is definitely a bliss experience which can relieve depressive moods, induce a very relaxing high, and channel energies of love and sensuality throughout your whole smoking experience.

Sometimes when I smoke a very high THC strain or some “thrax” I can feel couch locked or get a bit of jitters depending on the strain. Simply adding rose petals to my joint allows me to balance out the strong THC effects a lot more. I have the option to enjoy premium strains with an added relaxing effect.

If you choose to experience the blissful effects of rose petals in your joint share your experience in the comments, I’d love to hear about it!

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