Mullein (Verbascum, Verbascum thapsus, Aaron’s rod, Indian tobacco, Jacob’s staff, Peter’s staff, blanket leaf, Bullock’s lungwort, cow’s lungwort, feltwort, hare’s beard, lady’s foxglove, mullein leaf ) has antiparasitic and antispasmodic, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, antitubercular, and anti-influenza properties. Mullein is used primarily as an expectorant to remove mucus from the respiratory tract, including the lungs.
Mullein is used for quick relief from the mucus associated with colds and flu. While gently reducing phlegm, and thus relieving cough, this caffeine-free, anti-inflammatory tea has also been used for the treatment of bronchitis, laryngitis, pneumonia, fever, sore throat, and for intestinal disorders resulting in diarrhea or gastroenteritis. The powerful, dynamic nature of this
- Relieve Pain & Inflammation*
- Remove Toxins & Mucus*
- Reduce Cough & Soreness*