Best Vape Herbs To Aid In Pain Relief

Vape Herbs For Pain Relief

Thanks to our vape herbs, you can use flavourful and aromatic herbs to vaporize that could help with your wellbeing in a number of ways. It is even possible to mix herbs together to make personal herbal blends. We've compiled a list of herbs you can make use of and enjoy for the purpose of easing pain.


Research suggests that chronic pain can actually cause harm to the body. It unleashes a bunch of harmful hormones such as cortisol which affects kidney function and the immune system.

People who suffer with a lot of pain, or even chronic pain, can often end up taking large amounts of anti-inflammatory drugs or pain relief drugs, which can cause abdominal distress, gastro-intestinal bleeding, or liver dysfunction.

This is not only extremely uncomfortable for people, but it can also cause psychological issues such as depression or anxiety. Scientists know that it is counterproductive to attempt to ignore pain and often immediate relief is the only solution to prevent it from becoming worse. It is important to keep your mood high-spirited and stimulated while in the process of fighting pain.

Pain relieving herbs, which have the ability to calm, nurture and soothe the nervous system, can offer support in pain management. Note: they should not be used as a replacement for prescribed medicine, but can be a great way to supplement your needs. Always consult a doctor if in doubt.



Lavender has a history of use dating back to ancient Greece where it was mentioned in the Song of Solomon (4,14). It was also used during both world wars for pain relief and to prevent infection when supplies ran low.

It is said to act as an antiseptic, antibacterial and a muscle relaxant - being great for the nervous system (among other things). It could help to heal bruising and infection as well as any general pain including headaches and joint pain. Its lovely fragrance can even work for people who suffer from chronic pain by aiding in sleep.

Traditionally used in the oil slaves or tea, you can now harness the beneficial experience of lavender through a vaporizer. It is packed with volatile and essential oils, making it a great addition to your blend.

To prepare and use lavender for vaporizing, simply add it to your vaporizer and set it to 130° C.

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Yerba Maté

Yerba Maté

Brewed by Guarani tribes of South America, Yerba Maté is packed with the leaves and stems of the Ilex paraguarensis tree. It has a potent content of minerals and vitamins including caffeine, theophylline, and theobromine. All of which have a variety of effects on the body.

Besides acting as a natural stimulant, Yerba is known to improve the mood, relieve headaches and joint pain, stimulate the central nervous system, is also known to fight fatigue associated with pain, and boost mood.

Yerba maté can be vaporized at 190°C, similar to green tea. It can be used as part of a mix or alone to provide a stimulating and energising buzz. Don't take too much as it can act as a laxative in large doses.

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Blue Lotus

Blue Lotus

Blue lotus is generally known for its psychoactive properties. It is thought to help with relieving anxiety, depression and general pain. Its effects are deeply rooted in physical and mental relaxation so it is great for helping to unwind and relieve stress. Though it is thought to be a milder painkiller, it can be useful in soothing and controlling troubles with spasms, migraines, menstrual cramps and tinnitus.

There aren't any known toxicity or overdose cases with Blue Lotus and the potential for addiction is unknown but probably low. I'd recommend using conservatively when you first try vaporizing it. Blue Lotus vaporizes at 125° C.

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Gunpowder Tea

Gunpowder Tea

Production of gunpowder tea dates back to the Tang Dynasty era between 618-907. A variation of green tea, gunpowder tea has been revered since this time for its use in treating pain headaches and indigestion, increasing energy and focus and for its anti-aging properties as well as many more positive effects.

In recent years the US National Library of Medicine and National Institutes of Health have reported the soothing vapours of green tea could help to ease and reduce depression and generally help the immune system.

You can benefit from the brilliant taste and various polyphenols and flavanols which promote overall good health because of the volatile oils in gunpowder tea - which also make it ideal for vaporizing. Dried gunpowder tea vaporizes at 190° C.

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Wild Lettuce

Wild Lettuce

Wild Lettuce (Lactuca virosa) or commonly known as Opium Lettuce, has been used as a sedative and for treating chronic pain since the 19th century by physicians, when access to stronger sedatives such as opium weren't as readily available. It is still used by many today for the same qualities but generally as a herbal supplement or for recreational purposes.

A native to Central and Southern parts of Europe, it has become popular for its ability to aid in natural relaxation and for its sedating properties. Although it is often compared with opium, it is a far milder herb by nature and does not contain any opioids, therefore it also does not cause addiction.

Reports suggest that wild lettuce could aid in reducing chronic pain, intestinal pain, as well as any pain associated with rheumatism. It was once used as a treatment for asthma and is often reported to ease the symptoms of asthma.

Wild lettuce is commonly used for unwinding after a hard days work or for promoting calm if you're feeling anxious, over-excited or restless. It Lettuce is also considered to improve and promote sleep, a great immune system booster and painkiller!

Vaporizing produces a milder effect than drinking it in tea but the effects tend to come on much quicker. Wild Lettuce vaporizes at 125° C - 150° C

WARNING: At high doses Wild Lettuce can be dangerous. Do not exceed the recommended dose.

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