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Mullein is reputedly a lung cleanser and may help to ease congestion. Known for its soothing
mucilage, Mullein has historically been used for coughs and respiratory infections, bronchitis and
whooping cough.

  • See our Smokers Blends for herbal blends that contain Mullein. Smokers Blends are for
    smoking and/or drinking.

Please note: Mullein can have a mild euphoric effect.

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  • Mullein Tea

    Mullein herbal tea

    50gms = 100 cups

Benefits of Mullein tea

Mullein leaves are classified in traditional herbal medicine as an expectorant (promotes the discharge of mucus) and demulcent (soothes irritated mucous membranes). Historically, Mullein has been used by herbalists as a remedy for the respiratory tract, particularly in cases of irritating coughs with bronchial congestion.

  • Mullein is a lung cleanser
  • Helps ease congestion and tightness of the chest
  • Ideal for coughs
  • Respiratory infections
  • Bronchitis
  • Asthma
  • Pneumonia
  • Soothes a sore throat and irritation
  • Can help to clear tar from smokers lungs.
How can Mullein help?

Mullein is an herb that can reduce inflammation and relax the muscles of your respiratory tract. Mullein is an expectorant which means it helps the body to expel mucous with a productive cough. It is a safe and effective herb that helps to open the lungs and clear congestion.

Who can it help?

As a herbal tea, Mullein can be helpful for adults and children with a nagging cough and various respiratory infections. Dilute the tea for children.

How do I make Mullein tea?

Add a teaspoon of the Mullein herb to a one-litre teapot, add boiling water and allow to brew for 10-15 mins. Alternatively, soak the herbs in a litre of cold water overnight, discard the herbs and drink the liquid.

Can I drink the tea hot or cold?

Either hot or cold, you will enjoy the benefits of Mullein. For convenience, you can make a hot brew, allow it to cool and pour it into a drink bottle and sip it throughout the day,

How much should I drink?

Drink at least one cup of Mullein tea a day. I suggest making a pot of tea and drink throughout the day. Make the Mullein tea and your water (min 2 litres a day) your priority drinks every day.

Can I mix Mullein with other herbal blends?

Absolutely! Consider blending Mullein with Herbal Teas Australia Organic English Breakfast tea, featuring Thyme and Marshmallow roots—ideal for soothing sore throats, especially known as the singer’s herbs.

Are there any side effects from drinking Mullein?

Mullein tea has no reported side effects when consumed. Remarkably, it is recognized for its lung-clearing benefits even when smoked. It’s important to note, however, that applying the herb to the skin may cause itchiness. Always consult with a healthcare professional for personalized advice.

A recent testimonial from a customer

“I love this tea! My lungs are stuffed, I had a gallbladder removal operation that went wrong, so I still have my gallbladder and a lot of scar tissue damage, so heaps of pain….because of that I ended up with C.O.P.D. ( Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) my poor lungs then went through lung cancer and radiation treatment, so more damage, I couldn’t even make myself a up of tea. I would get so breathless and would have to sit down…I have been drinking Mullein tea for the last 3 months every day and wow it sure has made a huge difference. I know it won’t cure the C.O.P.D but I can now breath easier, and walk around more without getting so breathless. I have and will recommend this tea to my friends and family with pride. Thank you.

Robyn (Facebook message)