Mullein (Verbascum densiflorum) is widespread in Europe, temperate Asia, and North America. It is a member of the Scrophulariaceae family. Mullein has a rigid 6-foot stem and large, yellow flowers with a honey-like fragrance and an almond-like taste. The flower is used medicinally, in supplementation, remedies, and essential oils. Mullein contains mucilage which alleviates local irritations. It also contains saponins that have an expectorant effect. Mullein helps soothe irritated throats and bring up phlegm. Mullein has also been used for cramps, wounds, rheumatism, and water retention.
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Cautions There have been no reported adverse reactions associated with mullein.