How to Make Fresh Mullein Tea

Are you looking for a herbal or natural cure to treat your skin, hair, digestive or breathing problems? Mullein Tea can solve most of these health issues! Mullein Tea is one of the finest anti-side effect herbal remedy for treating or relieving several ailments. And most specifically this tea helps in relieving chest congestions and some of the most severe respiratory infections including asthma, sinusitis or bronchitis. Not only this, it also helps in relieving certain skin conditions as well like eczema and acne scars. In addition to this some of the abdominal problems like diarrhea are also helped relieved with this tea.

The tea also works well when the hairs are rinsed with this tea in the final wash. This will not only give shine to the hair but will also moisturize the scalp as well.

Another important fact about this mullein herb is its use for protecting against evil beings. You might be surprised to know that in the ancient times it was believed that the herb must be grown in the houses that were haunted by the evil spirits.

The usual intake of this tea is 3 times a day for as long as the symptoms disappear. But it is highly recommended to consult your doctor in case you intend to increase this daily amount of intake. The preparation method of this tea is pretty simply and all you have to do is to get the fresh Mullein tree flowers and leaves. Now soak them in hot water so that the important nutrients present in it can penetrate water. So now that you have read all the benefits of having this tea you might be feeling like having a cup of this tea right now! So treat all those ailments without any side effect! Don’t wait any more and read our step by step guide below in order to learn how to prepare it:

Prep time: 18 to 20 min
Cook time: Nil
Total time: 18 to 20 min
Yield: 1 serving
Utensils: Saucepan, glass, strainer

Ingredients:
Mullein Leaves
Flowers

Instructions

  • 1

    Take a saucepan and boil about 8 ounces of water in it for about 3 minutes or until the water starts bubbling.

  • 2

    Once the water is boiled add about 1 teaspoon of mullein flowers and leaves in it. Now let the herb get soaked in the boiled water for about 15 minutes.

  • 3

    Next, use a strainer to drain out the tea in a glass as the herb gets completely soaked and there you go! Your fresh Mullein tea is ready!

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