Verbascum Thapsus is the scientific name for mullein. Mullein has large, yellow flowers have a honey-like fragrance and an almond-like taste. The leaves are slimy and bitter. Mullein's medicinal value lies in its ability to soothe irritated throats and help bring up phlegm. Mullein was first seen in Europe although it is cultivated worldwide now. Other ailments that mullein has been used for are cramps, gout, piles, rheumatism, water retention, and wounds; however, these effects have not yet been proven.
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Cautions There have been no reported side effects associated with mullein.