Sacred Eagle Herbal Smoking Blend

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Sacred Eagle is a natural smoking alternative made up of a unique blend of herbs with a cool minty flavor.  With your choice of Unbleached Hemp Rolling Papers, this blend can be smoked or used as a tea.



NO Nicotine, Tobacco, or Additives!  JUST ORGANIC HERBS!



Contains 1 oz: Spearmint Leaf, Mullein Leaf, Red Raspberry Leaf, Blue Skullcap, Lobelia, Passion Flower, Sweet Marjoram, Calendula Petals

*Please do not smoke Sacred Eagle (or anything) while pregnant or nursing.



rolling papers


Booklet of 100 RAW Organic Hemp Rolling PapersBooklet of 100 RAW Organic Hemp Rolling Papers



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  • 4
    smells great, taste great, slight buzz

    Posted by Unknown on 9th Sep 2018

    I haven't smoked real weed in about 3 months. Needed something to help my nerves, as ween me off of cigs. This is great. It gives a nice mild buzz, and I feel am improvement in my smokers cough, in just a few days. The way I smoke, I'll probably need a new pack a week. And I like to enjoy this with a nice drink on the side. Prefect after work combo.

  • 5

    Posted by darlene on 10th Apr 2018

    This is a great smoke mix, not harsh like many others. I have been using it for over a month and have noticed a significant improvement in my smokers cough.

  • 5
    love this product!!

    Posted by Unknown on 8th Jul 2016

    This herb smoke blend taste great smells great love it, both for smoking an vaping.

  • 4
    sweet and stimulating blend; name's not very good

    Posted by Unknown on 24th Apr 2016

    the herbs given center stage here taste great! the overall intended effect is a little bit unknown, but it tastes sweet and i plan to use it as an alternative to cigarettes as merely something to smoke that tastes good. i don't think it had any cerebral or motor effects on me, but i wasn't expecting to have any. the name's some sort of reference to native american imagery, though, and that i wasn't super fond of. nothing's sacred or aquiline about the blend. there's no mention of some kind of tie with any native american tribe on there, nor is this blend of herbs connected with any type of native american use. so, uh, that part really put a damper on things for me. it's a hard product to recommend when you don't want to say the name of it to others.