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Mullein Health Benefits

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Nature is an ongoing source of products used in sustaining and improving health through cosmetic treatments. Such a herb is mullein. It is a herbaceous plant, bi-annual and is harvested from June to September, early in the morning when the flowers are fresh.

Mullein contains a considerable quantity of flavonoids, tannins, glucidic substances, and because of that it has expectorant, emollient, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antihistaminic and calming effects. Because of its expectorant effects, mullein flowers can be used in treating bronchitis and coughing.

Tea made from mullein flowers in combination with mallow flowers, lime, colt’s foot leaves and plantain are a good treatment against hoarseness. The plant can also be used in stomachaches, intestine inflammations and in bladder dysfunctions. Mullein decoct made of mullein flowers are known for having good results in treating hemorrhoids, furunculosis, burns and chilblains.

Mixtures made of mullein are teas, infusions, syrups, decocts or tinctures. Mullein syrup alleviates breathing problems, coughing, and sleeping disorders. It is made from boiling 2-3 handfuls of mullein flowers in 500ml water on top of which 250g of sugar are put. It is then boiled until the mixture becomes viscid. It is recommended for the adults to consume 3 spoons a day and for children (up to 5-6 years old) only 1 spoonful a day. Mullein tincture is obtained from fry flowers and mixed in alcohol. The mixture is then macerated for 15 days, after which it is consumed half a spoonful three times a day.

The fine puff from the flowers’ petals can cause itchiness on the arms, neck and hands. While handling the herbs, any contact between hands and eyes is to be avoided. 

Nature is an ongoing source of products used in sustaining and improving health through cosmetic treatments. Such a herb is mullein. It is a herbaceous plant, bi-annual and is harvested from June to September, early in the morning when the flowers are fresh.

Mullein contains a considerable quantity of flavonoids, tannins, glucidic substances, and because of that it has expectorant, emollient, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antihistaminic and calming effects. Because of its expectorant effects, mullein flowers can be used in treating bronchitis and coughing.

Tea made from mullein flowers in combination with mallow flowers, lime, colt’s foot leaves and plantain are a good treatment against hoarseness. The plant can also be used in stomachaches, intestine inflammations and in bladder dysfunctions. Mullein decoct made of mullein flowers are known for having good results in treating hemorrhoids, furunculosis, burns and chilblains. 

Mixtures made of mullein are teas, infusions, syrups, decocts or tinctures. Mullein syrup alleviates breathing problems, coughing, and sleeping disorders. It is made from boiling 2-3 handfuls of mullein flowers in 500ml water on top of which 250g of sugar are put. It is then boiled until the mixture becomes viscid. It is recommended for the adults to consume 3 spoons a day and for children (up to 5-6 years old) only 1 spoonful a day. Mullein tincture is obtained from fry flowers and mixed in alcohol. The mixture is then macerated for 15 days, after which it is consumed half a spoonful three times a day.

The fine puff from the flowers’ petals can cause itchiness on the arms, neck and hands. While handling the herbs, any contact between hands and eyes is to be avoided. 

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