How to drink mullein tea?

Are you ready to tackle the world of mullein tea? Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or a first-time drinker, this guide will take you through everything from choosing the right leaves to brewing the perfect cup. So sit back, relax, and let’s get started.

What is Mullein Tea Anyway?

Before we dive into how to make this miracle beverage, it’s important that we understand exactly what it is. Mullein tea is made from the leaves of the invasive weed Verbascum thapsus (also known as woolly mullein). This plant has been used for centuries in traditional medicine because of its anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. The more you know!

Step One: Gather Your Materials

To start your journey towards deliciousness, you’ll need a few things:

  • Dried mullein leaves
  • Boiling water
  • A teapot or infuser
  • Honey or lemon (optional)

You can find dried mullein leaves at health food stores or online.
If using an infuser, make sure it’s large enough for whole leaf tea.

Step Two: Decide How Much You Want to Brew

How much do you want? A cup? A potful? It all comes down to personal preference. One teaspoon of dried mullein per eight ounces of boiling water usually does the trick.

Step Three: Make That Good Good!

Now it’s time for the fun part – making your brew! Follow these easy steps:

  1. Bring fresh water to a rolling boil.
  2. Place one spoonful of dried mullein into your teapot/infuser/popcorn maker.
  3. Pour hot water over said herbacious delight.
  4. Allow mixture to steep undisturbed for about 15 minutes.
    5.Strain liquid through mesh/fine sieve/coffee filter/clean sock into cup/mug/washbasin.
  5. Add honey or lemon to taste!

We can’t believe we have to specify this, but do not actually use a popcorn maker.
Please stick to cups and mugs for sanitary purposes.

Step Four: Handle with Care

Now that you’ve got your beautiful concoction in front of you, it’s time to enjoy. But be careful – mullein tea is known for its slightly ‘fuzzy’ texture, which may take some getting used to.

If drinking hot mullein tea is too much like hard work for you (we don’t blame ya), why not try making an iced version instead? It’s the perfect refreshing drink on a sunny day!

Step Five: Get Creative!

Surely by now you’re feeling fearless and ready to take on anything! Here are some fun ways to mix things up:

  • Try blending mullein leaves with other herbs like chamomile or peppermint.
  • Use cold brewed mullein as a natural hair rinse.
  • Dilute cooled-down tea with water and use as spray mist on dry skin.

Okay maybe this one isn’t exactly creative…but it works!

The Bottom Line

No matter how you choose to drink your mug of pleasure, there is no denying the fantastic health benefits of Mullein Tea. From respiratory conditions such as COPD and Asthma through anxiety/depression relief, green beauty hacks down-to even helping heal signs of sore throats ,fever coughs flu n fever just name it all -this rather unassuming plant could seriously change things up for ya in terms of overall wellness.

So go ahead -grab yourself some dried leaves pronto, follow our simple steps and sip up those silky tonic herb deliciousness vibes in no more than mere minutes . You’re welcome! 😉

dried plants available online only will leave mark-up price variance depending on shipping location. Do the math wisely!

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