Mullein Leaf - Cut, Organic

Herbs: Mullein Leaf - Cut, Organically Grown

Latin Name: Verbascum densiflorum

Mullein is high in iron, magnesium, potassium, and sulfur. It is considered the herb of choice for respiratory problems.

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flowers too?
by April on Mar 28, 2014

Your picture of the mullein leaf looks like it has the flowers too. Does it? I hope so. Also, how many doses and days for treatment of hemorrhoids?

    Re: flowers too?
    by Bulk Herb Store on Apr 1, 2014

    The Mullein leaf we carry is mostly just the leaves dried. Not so much the flowers. As far as dosage, you will need to make sure you research the right amount for your body. We are not medical professional. Thanks!

Amount of herbs sent
by Abbie on Feb 12, 2014

Hi. I'm totally new to ordering bulk herbs. Can you give me an idea of how much a half lb. worth of mullien leaf would be? Thanks!

    Re: Amount of herbs sent
    by Bulk Herb Store on Feb 14, 2014

    Hello, I would estimate that it is about 6 cups of the Mullein Leaf. Thanks!

Mullein leaf
by Linda Harmon on Feb 1, 2014

I read somewhere this herb is good for over-active bladder? Can you comment on this and how is it fixed? as a tincture w/ alcohol like the liver tincture? It said it worked on the sphincter muscle?

    Re: Mullein leaf
    by Bulk Herb Store on Feb 4, 2014

    Hello, I have not heard of using Mullein for that however it is not going to hurt the situation. Thanks!

Safe for breastfeeding?
by Diana on Nov 18, 2013

Just double checking that this would be safe for breastfeeding. Thanks!

    Re: Safe for breastfeeding?
    by Bulk Herb Store on Nov 19, 2013

    As far as we know it is very rare for Mullein to produce any adverse side effects while nursing. But always check with your midwife or doctor as they know you and your baby.

Mullein Leaf for Ear Infections?
by Andrea Smith on Nov 7, 2013

I bought these mullein leaves to make a garlic/mullein oil for my daughter's occasional ear infections. Now I see that many of the online directions say to use the mullein FLOWER not the leaf. Will I still have the properties needed to cure an ear infection if I make my infusion using the leaves instead? Thank you.

    Re: Mullein Leaf for Ear Infections?
    by Bulk Herb store on Nov 8, 2013

    From the research I did online, I would say they are both great for healing. ---The leaves and flowers are the parts used medicinally. Thanks!

Mullein poultice?
by Anonymous on Oct 28, 2013

My daughter has severe allergies to pollens and molds. She get allergy shots weekly as immunotherapy but often they swell a lot and are hot, painful and itchy. Would this herb make a good poultice to relieve this or do you have a different recommendation to help her discomfort after these shots?

    Re: Mullein poultice?
    by Bulk Herb Store on Oct 30, 2013

    I would actually recommend making a poultice out of comfrey or plantain. Both of these herbs help sooth any type of pain or swelling. Putting Eden's salve over the shot would help as well. Plantain helps take the stinging pain down and helps the itching go away. Thanks!

pregnancy and mullein tea
by stacey on Oct 4, 2013

does anyone know if mullein tea is safe during pregnancy

    Re: pregnancy and mullein tea
    by Bulk Herb Store on Oct 7, 2013

    Yes, it is safe to drink while pregnant. Although it is still advised to consult with your doctor prior to drinking it if you are pregnant or nursing.

Great wart removal!
by Lisa on Aug 23, 2013

This is a poorly known benefit of mullein that I learned from a Brazilian woman who's mother had hands covered in warts. The treatment is a pain, but well worth it. Soak a heaping teaspoon of the leaf in just enough boiling water to make a wet mush. Then soak the wart area for a solid hour twice a day for two weeks. My husband did this on two warts, one on each hand. We also placed some of the mush on a large wart on his knee, but since that was awkward we just focused on his hands. Not only did the warts on his hand disappear, but so did several other smaller ones on the side of his hands and the large wart on his knee that he had for over 10 years!!! It is 6-months later and he is still completely wart free. The only explanation I have is the anti-viral components of mullein was somehow absorbed through the skin and entered his bloodstream. I really don't know the mechanism, but I don't care because it truly works!

Miracle combination
by Meghan on Apr 22, 2013

I have been having breast infections one after another while nursing my second son, the most recents being 2 weeks ago, which put me in the hospital for 2 days under observance during which time I needed 2 different antibiotics, lots of IV fluids and a few narcotic pain killers, and then again last night I felt it hit me again but this time, I just took a couple ibuprofen to help with the immediate pain and fever and then drank 2 cups of mullein and olive leaf tea with echinacea, and some spearmint and lemon verbena for flavor. (My second mug also had chamomile in it because my husband sneaked it in when I wasn't looking which put me right to sleep). I am happy to report that I am feeling about 80% better this morning and am expecting the last bit of symptoms to be gone by this evening as I continue to drink my mullein, olive leaf and echinacea tea :) a little coconut oil applied to the infected area does some good too even of its not an open wound or anything. After this experience I will be harvesting my mullein plant more frequently as well as purchasing some some dried olive leaves. Miracle combination

what do you look for as allergic reactions
by Samantha on Feb 21, 2013

Allergies to slot of weeds and wild flowers

    Re: what do you look for as allergic reactions
    by Bulk Herb Store on Apr 19, 2013

    For a lot of pollen allergies, symptoms usually include itchy or runny nose, nasal congestion and sneezing. A lot of people take local honey to immunize their body to the pollens.

Awesome Results
by Larry on Nov 11, 2012

Classified as a mild asthmatic for the last 4 years Doctors had me taking up to 11 different medications to control symptoms ... including nubulizer, inhaler, steroids, narcotic syrups that never really solved my issues. Desperate to get off all those medications, I researched and found that by taking 6 drops of Lobelia tincture a few times a day I could reduce the breathing treatments to once a day. But when I added 6 drops of Mullein tincture with the Lobelia tincture all my asthma and bronchitis symptoms dissappeared almost immediately! No more prescriptions meds, antibiotics, steroids, narcotics ... I'm telling everyone I know about this!

by Cathy on Jul 17, 2012

I love using this amazing leaf for respiratory infections! An elderly woman taught me about its properties many years ago~ Her husband had been through three different antibiotics for pneumonia when she remembered her mother going out to the fiend and cutting some mullein and making a tea for her. She did the same for her husband, and after three days of tea treatments, he was fully restored. Their physician, upon learning of this great success, now recommends mullein to all of his patients...before prescribing antibiotics!! So we depend upon mullein each winter~

For coughing
by A. Wilson on Aug 17, 2010

We recently used Mullein leaf glycerite for a bad cough my daughter had and Mullein infused oil for an earache. Both have worked beautifully. The oil worked for her ear within minutes (no more complaints) and the glycerite cured her cough within a day or two.

Relieves Asthma
by Luke on Feb 18, 2010

I started using mullein for asthma, along with a mixture with sage and yerba mate and my asthma has improved greatly. Before, I was using steroids to make my lungs stronger, and that was the only way I would be able to breathe well without having to use a rescue inhaler all the time. But now I drink a sage/mullein tea about 2-3 times a day every day and I don't even use my lung steroids anymore, ever since I started using this tea infusion. I recommend it to anyone that has troubles with asthma or lung diseases--works like a charm.

Mullein for gout
by Sherri on Oct 9, 2006

We recently found that this wonderful herb, which grows wild here in Missouri, is soothing to gout. My husband has severe gout with frequent flareups. I made a poultice of the leaves mixed with olive oil. Wintergreen oil would have been better but had none so substituted olive. Crushed into a poultice and applied directly to the swollen and inflammed joint in his foot. Covered with a cloth and left on for 3 hours. We applied this to his foot 4 times within 24 hours and viola. Incredible shrinking of the swelling and redness, decreased pain. He even used the actual leaves as a padding over the joint while in his shoe. I have kept and dried seeds from the plant in hopes of adding it to my herb garden come spring. I'm glad to know I can buy it bulk here as well.

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