I have put together a small list of herbs that can be vaporized and show an effect. Most of these plants are ingredients in legal-smoke products and are much cheaper when you buy them individually. If you have any additions please feel free to post a comment or drop me a mail via the contact formular!
Catnip (Nepeta cataria)
Vaporization Temperature low
Catnip shows a recognizable, cannabis-like effect when vaporized. It gives a mild buzz that isn’t just placebo.
Damiana (Turnera Diffusa)
Vaporization Temperature: 150C to 175C (302F to 347F)
Damiana is known to strengthen the nervous system and cure depression. In Mexico women commonly use it as an aphrodisiac before sex. Damiana clearly shows some effects when smoked, if you are used to smoking cannabis regularly you will consider them very mild though.
Passion Flower (Passiflora)
Vaporization Temperature: 100C to 150C (212F to 302F)
Passion Flower is known for its slight sedative effects and is also used as a treatment in opium withdrawal. When vaporized, it’s pleasant but mild in taste and effect.
Vaporization Temperature ~230°C (~446°F)
Salvia Divinorum is a powerfull psychedelic which alters conciousness when vaporized. Salvia experiences canrange in intensity from subtle to extremely powerful.
Salvia Divinorum is a very powerfull drug, especially when vaporized.
Also it is illegal in some countries, so make sure to check the legal status before you use it.
St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum)
Vaporization Temperature: (100C to 150C) 212F to 302F
St. John’s Wort is known to have mild anti-depressant effects. It’s also available in tablets and extracts.
Wild Lettuce (Lactuca serriola)
Vaporization Temperature: 100°C-125°C (212°F – 257°F)
When vaporized Wild Lettuce has a dreamy, sedative effect. Some people compare it to opium, of course much milder. It can relieve colic and rheumatic pains, also some Indian tribes use it to increase the vividness of dreams.