Common Names: First Nation Tobacco, Indian Tobacco
Botanical Name: (Lobelia inflata)
Description: First Nation Tobacco (Lobelia inflata) is a species of Lobelia native to eastern North America, from southeastern Canada through the eastern United States to Alabama and west to Kansas.
Ethnobotanical History: First Nation Tobacco was traditionally smoked like tobacco and contains Lobeline, an alkaloid similar in action to nicotine. It may be useful as a cease smoking aid.
Active Constituents: Lobeline (alkaloid similar to nicotine).
Usage: Smoke like Tobacco, do not exceed one small cigarette at a time. (Try a puff or two first to test your reaction.) Lobelia is often added to herbs such as Mullein, Red Raspberry leaf, Red clover and Marshmallow to make a herbal smoking mix.
Warning: MOH Restricted use medicine: Indian Tobacco (Lobelia inflata) is sold for smoking use only. For other uses please consult your medical professional.
Shipping Restrictions: We can not ship this product to Australia or Finland.