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Mullein has antiseptic properties, and it is a rich mucilage which means that as well as helping with infections (bacterial and viral) it will coat the mucous membranes with a gel-like coating and help to ease debilitating coughs. Drinking Mullein tea as an infusion can also help with digestive upsets and nervous tension.Mullein is a tall, hardy plant with soft, downy blue-grey leaves that grows in sandy soil with lots of sunshine. Mullein, infused as a herbal tea, has soothing therapeutic properties for all types of respiratory infections and detoxification. That’s why herbalists love how so many health issues respond so well to this valuable herb.
Mullein has antiseptic properties, and it is a rich mucilage which means that as well as helping with infections (bacterial and viral) it will coat the mucous membranes with a gel-like coating and help to ease debilitating coughs. Drinking Mullein tea as an infusion can also help with digestive upsets and nervous tension.
Our Mullein tea is reputedly a lung detoxifier that has enjoyed a renewed resurgence during the past few years. As a natural antibiotic, it is considered a natural remedy for respiratory health, especially in cases of irritating coughs and bronchial congestion.
It works by soothing the mucous membranes as well as detoxifying the phlegm. Mullein has undoubtedly become the “go to” herbal remedy for coughs and respiratory infections, bronchitis, and whooping cough.
Drinking at least one cup a day can have significant benefits. It can also be mixed with other herbal teas. For example, mixing the Mullein herb with Herbal Teas Australia COUGH tea is ideal to ease a cough from a cold or flu.
For chronic conditions, combining the Mullein tea with our IMMUNE tea has benefits for people recovering from the COVID-19 virus and for people who suffer from asthma, as well as the aftereffects of pneumonia and flu.
Mullein’s detoxifying benefits can also help with a nagging smoker cough, As a lung detoxifier, Mullein can ease tightness in the chest and help to clear tar from smokers’ lungs. Mullein leaves are classified in traditional herbal medicine as an expectorant (promotes the discharge of mucous) and demulcent (soothes irritated mucous membranes).
What that means is that drinking Mullein can help detoxification by clearing the phlegm from the lungs and respiratory tract. Mullein can also help to sooth the mucous membranes that are irritated or infected. For smokers, this detoxifying ability means that when they cease cigarette smoking, drinking Mullein may enable their lungs to expel damaging chemicals and tar.
For people suffering from pneumonia, clearing the lungs from an accumulation of mucous enables easier breathing and a swifter recovery.To make this lung cleansing brew, add a heaped teaspoon of Mullein herb to a one-liter teapot, add boiling water and allow to steep for 10–15 minutes. Alternatively, soak the herbs in cold water overnight, discard the leaves and drink the liquid. Mullein can also help clear tar from smokers’ lungs.
I have had many great testimonials about this herb helping to ease some very serious lung conditions, including the after-effects of the Coronavirus. (see Testimonials)
I have sourced a high-quality organic Mullein and as a loose-leaf tea, the flavor and potency have maximum therapeutic benefit. Mullein tea is the ideal potent lung-detoxifying herbal remedy for a lung-cleansing brew. Our Mullein has no preservatives, colourings, flavourings or sweeteners added, so you are assured of a premium-quality product.