Mullein is a beautiful flowering plant that many cultivate in their
gardens. It makes a showy display with very tall spikes of flowers. In some
countries though, where the plant has been cultivated outside Europe, its
natural country of origin, the plant has become like a weed.
Only the leaves are used in NSP Mullein encapsulated herb. They have a furry
texture and are full of natural substances to help the respiratory sytem and
other systems as well.
For centuries mullein has been used as nutrition to assist the relief of
irritated throats and lungs. It may help to relieve pain, assist the fluid balance
in the tissues. relieve sepsis and bacterial invasion.
A good source of iron, (a high amount), vitamins A, B2, B12
and niacin (B3).
Mucilage is a saponin that helps lubricate mucus membranes and is also an
expectorant, helping to expel excess mucous from the lungs. Tannins are also
present and are beneficial for reducing swollen and inflamed respiratory
passages, which is useful in cases of asthma, bronchitis, swollen glands and
breathing difficulties. (Tannins have an astringent or tightening effect on the
Other uses for mullein have included constipation, sleeplessness, kidneys and
nervous tension. It has also been used as an aid to give up smoking.
Common names: Big taper, bunny’s ears, candlewick, common
mullein, donkey’s ears, flannel plant, velvet dock, velvet plant, woolly
See precautions below please.
Other ingredients: Gelatin and water capsule.
Properties: Absorbant, demulcent (mucilant), emollient, expectorant,
lymphatic, mineraliser, vermifuge, vulnerary.
Contains a high amount of iron. Do not give to children or leave
it in their reach. Iron can kill children, especially under 6 years of age.
If on any drugs for any problem at all, check first to see if this herb is
If pregnant or lactating seek advice
Use only as necessary.
If symptoms persist please see your health
Respiratory: ALJ, Breathe Activator (formerly Breathe EZ), Marshmallow, Marshmallow and Fenugreek.
Upper respiratory: ALJ, CC-A, EW, Eyebright, Rosehips.