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The Antibiotic You Can Smoke

The antibiotic market is broken.

You are now entering an era in which these once lifesaving drugs no longer work as they used to.

Though 90 years ago, the discovery of penicillin has revolutionized modern medicine, today, antibiotics are one of the most common drugs… but they’re not as effective as they used to be.

Certain bacteria that have emerged in recent years, also known as ‘superbugs’, have adapted and now are able to resist the very drugs that are designed to kill them. Our widespread misuse of antibiotics – in plants, animals and humans – has sped up the process.

Today, drug-resistant infections kill more than 1.27 million people a year because they can no longer be treated with existing drugs. And that number is increasing EXPONENTIALLY every year.

But that’s not even the worst part.

The use of antibiotics in agriculture is not well-regulated, which often leads to their misuse or overuse.

Usually, antibiotics are administered to animals raised in commercial facilities even if they aren’t sick. They give them antibiotics to prevent sickness.

When unrestricted antibiotic use becomes a habit, bacteria will become resistant to them.

This happens all over the world, not just the U.S. Industrial farmers also have unrestricted access to antibiotics that are important to humans and use them in animal agriculture with no veterinary oversight…

I hope you’re not the squirmy type. But what I’m about to tell you next is only for those with a tough stomach.

Soil, water, crops – all get contaminated with antibiotic residues. Through feces and urine, they excrete antibiotics which are spread on to fields as fertilizer, leaching into the environment, into the vegetables and fruits we eat, the food that animals consume, and naturally into the meat that comes from them that we put on our plates.

This way, the bacteria encounter and develop resistance to antibiotics.

Big Pharma has no interest in developing new antibiotics since they cost a lot to produce, but they tend to have low prices compared to other expensive treatments. Without new antibiotics created to fight these new infection strains, we have no way of fighting serious illnesses that continue to appear through mutation.

Time is running out. What will you do?

The Antibiotic You Didn’t Know You Could Smoke

Herbal remedies are not studied, nor used enough in mainstream medicine despite their proven efficacy in helping with infections. Which in this case is a good thing, since bacteria haven’t developed resistance to plant-derived antibiotics.

That’s why I like growing and making my own medicine. It’s a much safer alternative for your family – you know what goes into them, that you won’t use any chemicals when tending to your backyard pharmacy.

I feel just like my grandma – she had a remedy for anything. And whenever I felt sick, it was her concoctions that always brought me back to health.

You can always make a tea or a tincture from the antibiotic plants you grow – but I prefer to smoke them. I know this might be controversial, but it’s the fastest way I know that helps my body fight any kind of cold, flu or infection.

Here’s why.

Through herbal smoking, you inhale the essential oils and volatile compounds that get released when the plant is burned, which get rapidly absorbed into the bloodstream through the lungs.

This method is much more immediate and effective than your regular tea or infusion. Most people used it specifically for respiratory conditions and infections.

There are many plants out there that have been studied and proven to work in infection management, but today I want to tell you about the 2 most powerful ones you can make a smoking blend with.

1. Chamomile
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Though it’s most commonly taken as a tea and used for its analgesic effects, it can also help with indigestion relief and IBS.

It also contains compounds like bisabolol and apigenin which exhibit antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. These compounds fight back against the growth of harmful bacteria and inflammation. A lot of people like adding Chamomile to their herbal blends because it also provides relief, making it ideal for respiratory infections.

Get your own non-GMO, high-quality Chamomile seeds from here.

2. Lavender
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Though Lavender is primarily used for its aromatic qualities, not many people are aware of the potent antimicrobial compounds it contains like linalyl acetate and linalool.

An antibacterial & antifungal plant, lavender could be a great addition to your smoking blend. Lavender smoke can soothe sore throats, alleviate respiratory infections, and promote relaxation.

Get your own non-GMO, high-quality Lavender seeds from here.

How To Make Your Own Antibiotic Blend

You will need:
  • Dried lavender flowers
  • Dried chamomile flowers
  • Rolling Paper
  • Filters
How To Roll The Cigarette
  1. Mix the dried herbs in a bowl. Ensure the even distribution of both lavender and chamomile.The Antibiotic You Can Smoke - herbs mashed
  2. Take a rolling paper and fill it with the herbs you just blended. Make sure you leave enough space at the ends to put the filter in and twist the cigarette.The Antibiotic You Can Smoke - put herbs in rolling paper
  3. Roll the paper carefully, especially if it’s your first time, and make sure the herbs are evenly distributed.
  4. The Antibiotic You Can Smoke - cigarette in handAfter you’ve done all that, you can light the cigarette and inhale the smoke. Start with small breaths at first and then continue with deep ones if you find the smoke easy to inhale.
  5. Gargle your mouth with a glass of water once you finish the cigarette. Enjoy!

If you ignore the signs and let bacteria sit in your body for too long, things aren’t going to get better. They’re just going to get worse. And the bacteria – it’s not going to stop until it turns into an infection that might be too harsh for your body to handle.

Fortunately, this ancient remedy has been used for thousands of years to get rid of bacteria and infections and keep them gone.

But if you’re still on the fence about smoking, don’t worry.

I’ve got another game-changing remedy that I know you’ll find super-efficient.

The best part about it – it’s already prepared, and it’s made by an expert herbalist.

This tincture is made from Usnea, also known as Old Man’s Beard.

The star-compounds in this tincture are:

✔️ Usnic acid – has strong antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral activities. It disrupts the metabolic process of bacteria and viruses, which either stops their growth or kills them.

✔️ Polysaccharides – stimulate the activity of immune cells and have strong immune-stimulating properties, which strengthen the body’s natural defense system against infections.

✔️ Flavonoids – have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects, which reduce inflammation and support the immune system’s response to infections.

This tincture directly targets and eliminates pathogens. You just spray it two times in the back of your throat, 2-3 times a day and you’ll start feeling the effects in a couple of days.

Check out the tincture here.

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I’m on my second batch from the Medicinal Garden Kit – I love it! the plants are easy to grow and don’t require a lot of space. I grow them just like the author, on my windowsill. I’ve used some of the plants in teas and tincture, but I’ve never thought about smoking them! I will definitely give them a try!

Hi Melissa,

Thank you so much for sharing this, we really appreciate it!
Let us know if you give this smoking blend a try.

Many blessings and good health!

How can I get the tincture? I’m living in The Netherlands.

Hi Lenie, I made the tincture myself with the plants from the kit. You can do it too – I have the recipe from The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies

i got the backyard pharmacy kit too – but my favorite antibiotic from there is echinacea – i take it as a tea and it works great whenever i have an infection. can you smoke echinacea?

Hi Annie,

Thank you so much for your comment!
Echinacea is a great antibiotic indeed. Yes, you can add it to your smoking blend!

Many blessings and good health!

Can the blend just be burned like an incense as opposed to smoking?

Hi Terry,

Yes, you can burn it, but it may not have the same healing effect.
Let us know if you try it.

Many blessings and good health!

i have used Nicoles tinctures in the past. they make me feel super energized, especially after i take them for longer periods of time. i carry this usnea spray with me when i travel, just like Nicole does. it’s all in the consistency folks!

Hi Ryan,

Thank you so much for your kind feedback!
We are happy to hear you enjoy Nicole’s tinctures and they’re helpful for you.

Many blessings and good health!

finally some love for smoke blends! i know a lot of people who look down on them just because they think smoking is bad. but this IS NOT like smoking tobacco or anything else. especially when the plants in your blends come from your own backyard and not some sketchy smoke shop…

Hi Leo,

Thank you for your comment!
We’re happy you enjoyed the article.

Many blessings and good health!

Do these herbs have to be smoked or can they be in a hot tea as well?

Hi Sherwin,

Yes, you can prepare tea, or a tincture instead of smoking them.

Many blessings and good health!

Is there any way else take this antibiotic I was a smoker for over 25 years and I just don’t even want to do the same action as smoking a cigarette, I still struggle after 7 years to stay smoke free.

Hi Norma-Jean,

You can steep these herbs into tea or infuse them in a tincture instead.

Many blessings and good health!

I have smoked mullein before and found it ok until someone said it was bad to have any kind of smoke in your lungs. Is smoking herbs ok and not harmful at all?

Hi Mary,

Thank you for your comment!
Smoking herbs can have healing and soothing effects when used in moderation.

Here are more useful articles:

Many blessings and good health!

I am allergic to lavender, is there another herb to replace it?

Hi Nina,

You can replace it with one of the herbs mentioned in these articles:

Many blessings and good health!

can you smoke this blend in a pipe?

Hi Sandra,

Thank you for your interest in this article!
Yes, you can, if you prefer that.

Many blessings and good health!

Lots of questions on delivery methods: rolled paper, pipe, etc. Any delivery that works for you will be fine after some personal testing. I never figured out how to hand-roll with smoking papers; they say practice makes perfect, but my hands were clumsy and after practice they were perfectly clumsy. I bought a Tops mechanical roller 20 years ago for about $90. It still works fine (unless the material is too humid-damp). Then I bought a small fist-size electrical machine that works faster, unless the material is too humid. I was smoking both “a light’ bagged pipe tobacco or bagged cigarette tobacco–about 30% the price of store cigarettes. Many pipe tobaccos have flavor agents in it–like an alcohol that keeps them damper than cigarette tobacco–it may need some drying time before you use it. I would also buy filtered paper tubes to receive the tobacco, and try to make a pack at a time. Save your used box cigarette containers and fill them with your home-made smokes. The tubes cost about $5 per 200 tubes.
If the power grid ever goes down; it won’t be money that has value (you can’t eat it); it will be products, and cigarettes are a highly valued, even mere “7 cigarettes (or medicines) per pack-cig-box. You can trade for labor (like bring me two arm-fulls of firewood for a 7-cig box of cigarettes); or trade me a box of powdered milk for a baby, for 7 cigarettes. Tobacco for pipes was equivalent to money in 1700s America; as was tea, etc. and will always have tradable value. But after our Civil War and WWII-Germany their $$ was worthless. USA $ keeps moving towards worthlessness. But not “know-how” and “make your own products”.

I dont want to smoke Them 🤢 is there annother Way to get it 😊

Hi Pia,

You can prepare teas or tinctures instead.

Many blessings and good health!

Smoking these herbs does not cause damage to your lungs? How is it different than smoking marijuana or tobacco, since they both cause lung damage?

Last edited 1 month ago by Pamela

smoking herbal blends is a much safer alternative to tobacco smoking, Pamela. it eliminates exposure to nicotine and all the nasty chemicals found in tobacco

I don’t understand why you’re promoting SMOKING herbs as a new way to receive antibiotics? You claim, “it can soothe sore throats, alleviate respiratory infections, and promote relaxation.” I’m a paramedic and smoking anything causes the super heated gas to damage the alveoli in the lungs and smoking causes emphysema and COPD! Advertising smoking is negligent and unhealthy for the human body!

i think u misunderstood the author. they are not saying u should do this every day, but rather as an alternative for whenever you feel congested or feel like there’s a cold coming… it even mentions why it works better than taking teas or infusions

I buy a book never got it

Hi Nicole
I tried the dried camomile & lavender as a smoke and wrapped it in organic rice paper. It was interesting. I felt a little buzzy but not anything uncomfortable. I’m hoping to find some relief by using it. However my friends are giving me grief for smoking it saying it’s supposed to be toxic (meanwhile one friend smokes one pack of cigarettes a day! lol). I’m enjoying.

I would like to smoke this lavender and chamomile antibiotic can you tell me how many times a day I should do this? Thank you 😊

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