Mullein is often referred to as a "common weed," but we know better. The difference between a weed and a flower is a judgment and we often miss out on medicines if we view plants as weeds. "Mullein" is a derivation of the Latin word ‘Mollis’ which means soft and refers to the texture of the leaves. Because of its thick, soft leaves, it is also called Grandmother's Flannel and Our Lady's Flannel. The first documented medicinal use of Mullein can be ascribed to Dioscorides 2,000 years ago, who wrote about its use for pulmonary conditions. Mullein is also commonly used for immune and respiratory support and traditionally used as candle wicks.
In spellcraft, mullein is used for protection, divination, warding, binding, and summoning. If a spell calls for graveyard dirt, you can grind mullein into a powder and use as a substitute.
Your mullein will arrive in a sealed bag, in either a half-ounce or ounce.
*This information has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.