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Part Used: herb, flowers

Energetics: bitter, astringent, sweet/cooling/pungent PK- V+

Tissues: plasma, blood, marrow and nerve

Systems: respiratory, nervous, circulatory, lymphatic

Actions: expectorant, astringent, vulnerary, antispasmodic, analgesic, sedative

Indications: bronchitis, asthma, hay fever, dyspnea, sinusitis, cough, lung hemorrhage, swollen glands, earache, mumps, nerve pain, insomnia, diarrhea, dysentery

Precautions: high Vata

Preparation: infusion (hot or cold-strain well), powder (250 to 500 mg), oil (flowers)

MULLEIN is a powerful herb for dispelling heat and congestion from the lungs and nasal passages. It dispels accumulated Kapha, cleansing the bronchii and the lymphatics. It is specifie for mumps, earaches and glandular swellings. The flowers have stronger nervine and analgesic pioperties, with the flower oil being a powerful and antiinflammatory anodyne. Mullein flowers relieve inflammation of the nerve tissue, and allay irritation.

An ounce of mullein leaves can be decocted in a pint of milk and taken before sleep, one cup, to relieve cough and promote sleep that has been disturbed by cough and congestion.

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