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Mullein benefits have been noted for hundreds of years. Mullein is a plant native to Asia and Europe with more than 300 varieties available. The leaves, roots, and flowers can be used in an herbal remedy, but the seeds are poisonous and should be avoided.Mullein works well for upper respiratory conditions such as bronchitis due to its anti-catarrhal action on mucus membranes of the respiratory system and soothes inflamed tissues. It also reduces inflammation of the trachea. Mullein leaf tea is very soothing to a sore throat.This herb contains a substance called mucilage, which swells and becomes slippery as it absorbs water. This probably accounts for its soothing action on the throat. It also contains tannins, which are astringent. One study showed it also contains anti-inflammatory properties as well. Mullein has been known for centuries to provide a variety of health benefits.The FDA includes this herb on its list of herbs generally regarded as safe. As with all herbal nutrition supplements, mullein supplements should only be used in amounts typically recommended for medicinal purposes and you should always consult with a health professional first, especially if you are pregnant, nursing or taking prescription medications. Mullein has an illustrious history as a favored herbal remedy and, consequently, has found use in all manner of disorders. Its traditional uses have generally focused on the management of respiratory disorders where it was used to treat asthma, coughs, and related respiratory problems. However, in its various forms, the plant has been used for hemorrhoids, burns, bruises and gout. Preparations of the plant have been ingested, applied topically and smoked. The yellow flowers had once been used as a source of yellow hair dye. In Appalachia, the plant has been used for colds and the boiled root administered for croup. Leaves were applied topically to soften and protect the skin. An oil derived from the flowers has been used to soothe earaches.