Legal Incense

Want to try some of the latest legal incense, but unsure what's in the ingredients? Here is an exhaustive list—in alphabetical order, no less—of all the different kinds of plants and herbs you can expect to find in any legal herbal incense on the market today.

Bay Bean (Canavalia maritima). Grown in Mexico, the locals still use a legal potpourri of this plant for cheap legal highs similar to tobacco. The active ingredient is L-Betonicine, said to produce mild psychoactive effects.

Bitter orange (Seville orange). Besides being found in spice legal herb, herbal weight loss pill manufacturers turned to this plant after ephedra was banned by the DEA. It's used in legal incense as a mild stimulant.

Blue Egyptian Water Lily (Nymphaea caerulea). Besides being used as a legal potpourri for its wonderful distinctive smell, the Water Lily is also used in legal herbal incense for its sedative and relaxing effects.

Cayenne pepper (Capsicum frutescens). A common ingredient in spicy food, cayenne is found in many brands of spice legal herb for its aphrodisiac qualities.

Damiana (Turnera diffusa). Looking for legal highs in USA? Don't go smoking this plant in Louisiana, where it is a controlled substance. The Mexicans, on the other hand, get their legal highs from Damiana by making liqueur out of it.

Dwarf Skullcap (Scutellaria nana). Kudos to you if you find a legal incense with this in it! Although it is extremely rare, this species of skullcap is said to produce a legal high very similar to marijuana.

Guarana (Paullinia cupana). Another common legal incense in USA ingredient, Guarana is a proven stimulant with about twice the caffeine of coffee beans.

Indian Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera). Pink lotus flowers are probably the oldest known way to obtain a legal high, and can be found in almost any spice legal herb available today. When smoked in spice legal bud, it produces a mild euphoria.

Indian Warrior (Pedicularis densiflora). With its deep purple color, Indian Warrior looks more like something you would find in a "Legal Highs in USA" magazine, but is made into tea for its own peculiar relaxing properties.

Kava (Piper methysticum). Pacific Islanders drink a tea-like mixture this for its sedative and numbing effects, so the makers of legal incense in USA decided to include it in their spice legal smoke.

Ginseng (Panax schinsen). The stimulant qualities of ginseng are well known, and adding ginseng to spice legal smoke only makes it better.

Lion's Tail (Leonotis leonurus). The Wild Dagga stems in one well known brand of spice legal bud make it an especially potent treat.

Mugwort (Artemesia vulgaris). Long considered a medicinal herb, mugwort is included in spice legal high products for its ability to produce lucid dreams and relaxing properties.

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