Mullein came to me on it's own: growing at Amy's in East Montpelier...it called to me. Standing tall with it's strong green leaves and lovely nearly-falling-to-me-small-and-delicate yellow flowers. She gave me a plant. So small then, this is what this tiny beginning became. Thank you Amy.
I grow Mullein because I dry the leaves and drink it's tea to help with my asthma and allergies (also past-time bronchitis). I tincture the root for the same reason(s). I am experimenting with having small doses of leaves with my salads.
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