Hemp herbal cigarettes are made from hemp flowers, which are high in cannabidiol (CBD) and low in tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive compound found in marijuana. The Trost has launched India's first prescription-based herbal cigarettes containing hemp and cannabis, which help individuals to quit tobacco and nicotine-based smoking.
One of the main differences between hemp herbal cigarettes and traditional cigarettes is that hemp cigarettes do not contain tobacco. Traditional cigarettes are made with tobacco, which is highly addictive and contains many harmful chemicals, including nicotine and tar, that can cause various health problems such as lung cancer, heart disease, and respiratory illnesses.
Hemp cigarettes, on the other hand, contain only hemp flowers and no tobacco. They are non-addictive, do not produce a "high" like marijuana, and are legal in most states in the United States. They are often used as a smoking cessation aid, as a substitute for traditional cigarettes, or as a way to relax and unwind without the harmful effects of tobacco.
The concept of hemp cigarettes is rooted in "Dhuma Yoga," an Ayurvedic blend of five potent herbs including Cannabis, Datura, Henbane, Vasa, and Cavya - to create a distinct form of smoke therapy called Dhumapana. Burning these herbs creates smoke that the user inhales and exhales through their nose and mouth. According to Ayurveda, this therapy can enhance respiratory health by harnessing the therapeutic benefits of these herbs.
Hemp cigarettes have a distinct taste and aroma compared to traditional cigarettes. Hemp cigarettes have a slightly sweet, earthy taste and a distinct aroma, which is similar to marijuana but less pungent.