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Mullein, dried herb 10g
- Botanical Name: Verbascum thapsus
- Folk Names: Common Mullein, Great Mullein, White Mullein, Woolly Mullein, Torches, Mullein Dock, Our Lady’s Flannel, Velvet Dock, Blanket Herb, Velvet Plant, Woolen Rag, Woolen, Rag Paper, Candlewick Plant, Wild Ice Leaf, Clown’s Lungwort, Bullocks Lungwort, Aaron’s Rod, Jupiter’s Staff, Jacob’s Staff, Peter’s Staff, Shepherd’s Staff, Shepherd’s Clubs, Beggar’s Stalk, Golden Rod, Adam’s Flannel, Beggar’s Blanket, Clot, Cuddy’s Lungs, Duffle, Feltwort, Fluffweed, Hare’s Beard, Old Man’s Flannel, Hag’s Taper, Hedge Taper, Candelaria, Quaker Rouge, Graveyard Dirt, Clot, Ladys' Foxglove, Torches, Velvet back.
- Gender: Feminine
- Planet: Saturn
- Element: Fire
- Powers: Protection, Courage, Health, Love, divination, exorcism
- Deities: Jupiter
Magickal Uses: Worn to instill courage, attract love and for spiritual protection.
Placed under or inside your pillow, Mullein is said to protect you from nightmares.
Graveyard dirt and dust can be substituted with Mullein and it is often added to the dirt to boost it's powers.
Mullein stems can be used as magickal candle wicks.
Healing Properties: Mullein tea is used to treat diarrhea, smoked to relieve chronic coughs and asthma (ironic huh, always use a filter if doing so).
*Our herbs are packaged in little plastic ziplock bags with labels
Medicinal information is provided as educational reference only and Lylliths' Emporium is not responsible for misuse or self-treatment. Always seek advice from a professional, licensed medical practitioner.
Information Sourced From: Cunninghams' Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs, Scott Cunningham. Wikipedia, www.anniesremedy.com, www.herbs2000.com, www.witchipedia.com, And our own private collection of grimoires and herbal lore, along with experiences working with herbs