• Lobelia 1oz. Dry Herb
  • Lobelia 1oz. Dry Herb
Lobelia 1oz. Dry Herb

Lobelia 1oz. Dry Herb

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Lobelia (Lobelia inflata) Dry Herb

-Available in 1 oz.

-Sealed in a silver standup zip pouch for freshness


Health Benefits:

  • Nicotine Withdrawal and the Cravings Associated With them

  • Good for Mild depression

  • Calming Nerves

  • Lobelia, also called Indian tobacco, is a controversial herb that has been referred to in the past as a "cure-all"

  • May be helpful to smokers that would like to "quit the habit" and have tried all other remedies without success

  • It is believed to make the taste of nicotine repulsive

  • Used externally and internally to relax all spasms

  • Acts as a bronchodilator, which means it helps to ease coughs

  • Asthma attacks

  • Bronchitis symptoms

  • Chronic cough

  • Pneumonia

  • Increases blood pressure

  • Has been found to be useful for reviving newborns experiencing asphyxia, in gas, narcotic and alcohol poisoning

  • It has also been used to revive drowning victims, and those who experience electric shock and collapse

  • Ear infections

  • Stiff neck

  • Tonsillitis

  • Whooping cough

  • Croup

  • Colds

  • Fever

  • Stimulates the nervous system

  • Depresses the autonomic nervous system

  • Has been referred to as the intelligent herb because it goes wherever it is needed to promote healing in the body

  • Eases muscle tension

  • Increases blood and lymph flow

  • Can be very helpful for easing any kind of cramping pain

  • Muscle aches and pain

  • Menstrual pain

  • Severe colic

  • Intestinal gripe

  • Pelvic rigidity during childbirth

  • Relieves mild depression

  • Hyperactivity

  • May induce a state of euphoria

  • Brings boils to a head

  • Poison ivy

  • Insect bites

  • Stings

  • Snakebites

  • Sores

  • Lesions

  • Shingles

  • Ulcers

  • Abscesses

  • Swellings

Magickal Properties:

  • Love spells

  • Dispels nightmares

  • Prophetic Visions

  • Dreams of future lovers

  • Intuitive Dreams

  • Prevents Storms


  • Do not use while pregnant

  • Should not be used in excess as it can be very dangerous

  • The plant itself is harmful if eaten

  • The U.S F.D.A has declared it as poisonous

Methods of administration:

  • Tea

  • Tincture

  • Poultice


  • Antispasmodic                      

  • Emetic

  • Anti-asthmatic                      

  • Sedative

  • Diaphoretic                           

  • Deobstruent

  • Expectorant                          

  • Relaxant

Drug Interactions:

  • Smoking

  • Chewing tobacco

  • Smoking substitutes (Nicoderm, Habitrol, Nicotrol, Nicorette)

***Please double check with an interaction checker (Web MD) to see if any prescription medications you're on might interact with any supplements or herbs you may be taking or wish to take***


Suggested Use:

  • Make a tincture/herbal extract by mixing 1 part dry herb to 4 parts alcohol (80 proof vodka NOT rubbing alcohol).  Shake every day for 6 weeks, strain and store in an amber glass bottle in the dark.  Take 6-15 drops 2 times a day for the above health reasons.

  • Make an oil by mixing one part dried powder to 4 parts Extra Virgin olive oil.  You can either follow the directions of the tincture above but replace the alcohol with olive oil or make a double boiler on the stove by placing a pan with water on the stove with water in it and a glass container, preferably a glass measuring cup with a spout inside the pan of water.   Fill the glass container with the herb and cover with oil. Let the herb sit in the oil, stir over medium heat for 2 hours, strain and put in an amber bottle and store in a dark place. 

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