Common Name: Mullein Botanical Name: (Verbascum thapus)
Ethnobotanical History: Mullein (Verbascum thapus) was smoked or used as a tea against pulmonary ailments, by First Nation American tribes. Dioscorides first recommended the plant 2000 years ago, against pulmonary diseases.
Usage: Mullein is light, fluffy and has no taste making it an ideal herbal base herb for any smoking mix. Mullein may sooth irritated and inflamed lungs and throats. It was one of the base herbs used alongside damiana in popular smoking products Kronic and Aroma.
Constituents: Mucilage, flavonoids, Iridoids, sterols, and sugars.