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A – Z of Herbal Remedies

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Mullein Leaves, Valerian , Passionflower and Cherry Bark

Other Names: Mullein, White Mullein, Great Mullein, Common Mullein, Graveyard Dust, Wooly Mullein, Torch Weed, Aaron's Rod, Blanket-Leaf, Candlewick Plant, Candlewort, Flannelflower, Feltwort, Hedgetaper, Jacob's Staff, Shepherd's Club, Velvet Plant, Our Lady's Flannel, Verbascum Thapsus, Verbascum densiflorum
Traditional Usages: Scorpion Stings, Eye Complaints, Toothache, Tonsillitis, Coughs, Whooping Cough, Congestion, Tracheitis and Bronchitis, Tonic for Tuberculosis, Gargle for Sore Throats, Oil used for Hemorrhoids and Ear Infections, Heal Ulcers, Control Diarrhea, Mild Sedative, Asthma, Emphysema, Hay Fever, Bed-Wetting, Increases Weight, Restores Vitality, Cramps, Convulsions, Burns, Insect Bites, Bleeding Bowels, Catarrh, Colic, Inflammation of the Urinary System, Poultice for Boils and Sores, Gout, Frostbite, Anemia,
Resources: Europe, Asia, North America, Ireland, Britain
Parts Used: Flowers, Leaves, Roots, Dried Petals
Administration Method: Ground herb for teas.
Herb Action: astringent, anti-inflammatory, demulcent, expectorant, heals wounds, mild diuretic, sedative.
Health Warning: Passionflower (Passiflora) should be avoided during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding.


Mullein Leaves, Valerian, Passionflower and Cherry Bark - Herbal remedy for Croup: One teaspoon mullein leaves; 2 teaspoons chopped valerian root; one teaspoon passionflower; 2 teaspoons wild cherry bark; 2 cups boiling water. Combine the herbs in a glass container and cover with the boiling water. Infuse  for 30-minutes, cool and strain. Take a cup twice daily for two weeks
Health Warning: Passionflower (Passiflora) should be avoided during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding..

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal remedies
   

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