What Are the Effects of Smoking Mint Leaves?

Organic Facts says that smoking mint leaves makes the blood flow better and calms the nerves. When you smoke peppermint leaves, they clear out your lungs and airways, which can make it easier to breathe.

Organic Facts says that people who want to stop smoking tobacco may find it helpful to smoke mint or other herbs that do not contain nicotine. People still like the feeling of inhaling smoke, but without the bad, addicting effects of nicotine.

The New York Times says that smoking any kind of drug has bad effects. Inhaling smoke from burning anything, like herbs or tobacco, exposes the smoker to tars and other chemicals that can cause cancer, as well as dangerous gases like carbon monoxide. But because herbal products don’t have tobacco or nicotine in them, they can be sold to minors and don’t have to come with health warning labels.

NBC News says that smoking a herb called “magic mint,” which is a slang name for Salvia divinorum, can cause hallucinations. Salvia divinorum is related to sage and has been used by shamans in religious and spiritual ceremonies for hundreds of years. Salvia is legal in both the US and Canada, and it can change your mind and make you feel different. Herbs like peppermint, spearmint, and wintergreen that come from the mint family do not make you feel high.


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