Intoxicating Mint (Lagochilus inebrians) also called Turkestan Mint is an uncommon psychoactive herb. It does not grow in very many places, and does not thrive in it's natural habitat, and therefore is very uncommon.
It is traditionally consumed as a tea, however people do smoke it.
The active ingredient is called Lagochilin (also the active ingredient in Lagochilus cabulicus) which is prized for its sedative and medicinal properties. In smaller doses it is used traditionally to treat medical problems such as hypertonic illness, diathesis, glaucoma, stomach ulcer and duodenal gut problems. Traditionally to treat such ailments, 10gm of dried plant material are ground up and added to 200ml of boiling water for about 10 minutes. It is then allowed to cool at room temperature and strained. One to two tablespoons of the liquid are drunk 3 to 5 times daily.
The plant produces higher concentrations of Lagochilin when it is flowering and this is the best time to harvest, usually occurring between June & September.