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Mullein Leaf, Organic
Mullein Leaf, Organic


 
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Mullein leaves make a tea that's gently soothing to both the skin and mucosa, including the respiratory system. Besides its soothing and calming properties, it's also cooling when there's a feeling of hot, dry tightness in the throat or chest. The large, velvety leaves of the mullein plant make a soothing herbal tea. As an ingredient in salves and poultices, they have the same soothing effect on the skin.

Mullein is a very gentle herb, with an affinity for the upper respiratory system, and exerts a mild sedative action upon the lungs.* Historically the flowers were steeped in oil and administered to soothe earache and the leaves were made into a tea to support upper respiratory health.* The dried leaves have been smoked for centuries as a relaxant for spasmodic lungs and can be mixed with herbs such as lobelia to enhance this effect.*

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  • Manufacturer: Smile Herb Shop Product Form Factor: Bulk / Wildcrafted Mullein Leaf Product Variation: Ounces

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5 of 5 Reliable December 16, 2021
Reviewer: Dorris Cochran from Hyattsville, MD United States  
Back in the late 1970s I was given a recipe for a tea that would act as an expectorant.  I think the name was "Kill the Pain Wayne's Expectorant Tea".  One needs equal parts dried mullein, coltsfoot, and lungswort to make the tea.  It has never failed me.
Back in the late 1970s I was given a recipe for a tea that would act as an expectorant.  I think the name was "Kill the Pain Wayne's Expectorant Tea".  One needs equal parts dried mullein, coltsfoot, and lungswort to make the tea.  It has never failed me.

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5 of 5 September 29, 2021
Reviewer: April McSwain from Fort Washington, MD United States  


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5 of 5 May 15, 2021
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