Mullein. Properties. Medicinal Plants

Mullein (Verbascum thapsus)
The Hairy Mullein is a plant whose yellow flowers have a sweet smell it Note to honey. In Rome, women used the yellow pigment from the flowers to clarify your hair.

Properties of Mullein
GROUND rich in mucilages by what is shown as emollient and pectoral béquico.
* It is used in respiratory disorders, acute and chronic bronchitis, cough, asthma, tracheitis, etc..
* It has antimicrobial and analgesic properties which together with the mucilage they have very good results in infectious or allergic respiratory disorders: colds, flu, tonsillitis, pharyngitis, rhinitis, asthma, diarrhea.
* Mullein Other uses include: anti-rheumatic.
* Topic: blepharitis, dermatitis, burns, itching, boils, sores, hemorrhoids.
* The mullein is part of the pectoral species used in the treatment of inflammation of the airways.

Contraindications of Mullein
- No PLS USE dosage forms containing alcohol to children under two years or people with ethyl.

Mullein Side Effects

None known.

Toxicity: 0 - 1 - 2 - 3

- It is recommended infusion brew with a thin canvas as the stamens can cause cough from irritation of the pharynx.
- As with any medicinal plants that can be taken in tincture or fluid extract should always be kept in mind the alcohol content.

(0 = none, 1 = something toxic, 2 = toxic, 3 = very toxic)

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Index of medicinal plants

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