Herbal highs refer to organic compounds and is a term covering all legal recreational drugs, rather than specific substances. Users of herbal highs should always try to verify the ingredients, as it is easy for a manufacturer to substitute other substances for herbs and get away with it, so always be cautious.
Types of Herbal Highs
One of the most common and popular herbal highs is Salvia Divinorum, which is a plant-based hallucinogenic drug that is also used by some native tribes as a healing substance. This drug, which is smoked, often through a pipe or bong, enables the user to become disassociated with reality, feel at ease and relaxed and often induces laughing. Varying doses are recommended, depending on how many times the user has previously smoked the substance.
Another popular herbal high is Red Vein Indonesian Kratom, which is either drunk in a tea or smoked. This is a legal substance, which is said to relax the user and help to reduce anxiety. However, it can become addictive and caution is advised in order to prevent the user from becoming dependent on the substance to relax and reduce stress.
Both these substances can be smoked in devices such as the Eclipse Vape-2O Vaporizer or by being rolled into herbal cigarettes, using a Rizla rolling machine.
Some herbal highs may become illegal, in time, as more research is carried out on their long-term effects on people’s health. You are therefore advised to keep an eye on the Government’s website, in the Crime and Justice section, just to be sure.