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Organic Mullein Leaf has been used since ancient times, and its use and popularity only seem to be increasing as time goes on.
The herb can be ingested, applied topically and even smoked.
Let’s talk about why mullein might already be, or soon will be, an impressive favorite in your herbal arsenal of natural remedies.
The tincture is made in small batches from Organic Mullein Leaf, double extraction method and contains 3.5% alcohol. This caffeine-free tincture can be used directly under the tounge or as a tea.
In lab tests published in 2002, researchers found that mullein helped kill certain types of bacteria, including Staphylococcus aureus (the most common cause of staph infections) and Escherichia coli (or E. coli).
The tiny hairs of the plant can sometimes irritate your throat, so strain this tea thoroughly before drinking it.
Serving Size – fro 3 drops to up to 30 drops 1 to up to 3 times a day.
Preparation – Directly under the tounge or as a tea with warm to hot water.