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Is There Any Danger In Mixing Botanicals?

This is a good question, but not one that has a simple answer. By law, we have to inform you that we are not doctors, and are unable to dispense information regarding the safety of any of our consumable products once they are mixed together. We also can’t offer any qualified advice on interactions with any of our consumable products in relation to other products, medications, or foods. Whenever working with any new botanical/herbal supplement, it’s always best to consult your doctor about any possible dangerous interactions between any herbal supplements.

That being said, one of the many amazing things about the botanicals we offer for consumption is non-existence of any reports that discuss any harmful side-effects when used alone or when mixed together. In fact, we offer a great number of herbal supplements, such as our Amazonian Teas, that are blends of different herbs, based on ancient recipes that often date back to before such things were recorded. This is also how we create our Shaman Teas and other botanical blends as well.

It’s truly open to personal experimentation, responsibly, starting small, and working your way up to higher doses. One of the company’s products we carry called “ SweetSmoke Herbs” (makers of the original Chill Blend), based one of their herbal smoking blends based on one that one of their customers sent in.

Look in any health food store, look in any herbal supplement anywhere, and I can almost guarantee that it is a blend of different herbs, that all either work synergistically with each other, or ones that may have similar properties, or are known in folklore as having similar effects. A good example is a typical herbal supplement that is often used to help one sleep. Typically, they are a blend of Chamomille, Valerian Root, Scullcap, and a few other herbs that are known to calm nerves and promote restful sleep. They combine the powers of individual herbs, to make a single blend more effective for more people.

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