We're excited for you to try our wildcrafted mullein!

You can make this herb into tea, a tincture, or even smoke it.

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Mullein Tea

Bring a small pot of water to a boil. Add 1-2 leaves to the tea, tearing into large pieces if needed to fit. Turn off the heat and allow to steep 10-15 minutes before straining.

The leaves have an earthy taste that pairs well with lemon juice and honey.

Smoke or Vaporize

Like cannabis, mullein is a light, fluffy herb. We smoke mullein on its own, but It's also a great base for herbal smoking blends.

Infused Oil or Tincture

According to National Geographic's Guide to Medicinal Herbs, the classic mullein preparation involves covering the leaves in olive oil inside a clear jar, then setting in a sunny window for 2-3 weeks.

It's then strained and placed in a dark brown bottle with a dropper dispenser and stored in a cool place. This preparation is often used to ease the pain of an ear infection by dropping in 3-4 drops.