People make tea out of intoxicating mint
, so I doubt it will work smoked. Terpineol
, one of it's actives, has a boiling point of 219 celcius. So at least that one will degrade when a flame is put to it.
Unless you are going for aesthetics, you will want to get an extract of wild dagga
, it takes alot to feel it's base effects.
is smokable, alot of people enjoy it actually. I'm not one of those people though haha. To me, it tastes really bad, and I don't get much of an effect from it. alot of people claim that just a pinch smoked produces effects.
is an excellent choice. Personally I find 250mg of a 100x extract to be active smoked it's about as potent as the same ammount of descent cannabis
although it's a completely different effect.
Tomorrow I'm getting some pure alkaloids, should be intresting!
I have experience with sinichuichi both in extract form and in it's natural form. The extract really doesn't work for me. I'm not sure why. The regular herb does however. Maybe the vendor I get the extract from (who is a very respectable vendor I might add) extracts actives that degrade when smoked. Maybe I got a placebo effect when I smoked it whole before.
Again passionflower is a great choice even whole, one bowl will give you effects. I think it's a very unappreciated herb. I have made a tea out of an extract without feeling much effects, but I didn't try smoking it. I would assume it works, but who knows.
It's Salvinorin A, actually, and it's not an alkaloid
it's a diterpenoid. Salvia Divinorum
is the only plat that has it. The other salvias (that I have found information on) do not make you trip.
One of Salvia
Nemorosa's actives is Nemorosin, it's also a diterpenoid and people who have experience with opium
say it close to that although much much much less pronounced. It's active at about 3 leaves or so, for base effects.
Salvia Splendins supposedly gives you a euphoric effect, people claim it's close to a sativa high, I have never tried it. Only 2 types of splendin's are active. One of them is the "Bonfire" variety. I don't remember what the other is called.
There are many other kinds of salvia. It's probably the most promising genus of plants for the "next big thing" to emerge from. However it's pretty much impossible to find a supplier of any salvia species besides divinorum, so you will have to grow it.
Edit to add:
The only skullcap I can find in it's whole form is laterifolia, which is completely worthless. The others I can find are in extract form. They are used in traditional chinese medicine and aren't smoked. Apparently there's a strong variety called "mad dog skullcap" and "desert skullcap". I can't find any vendors carrying those varieties.