Mullein is an expectorant, which means it helps the body expel excess mucus, usually by helping make your coughs more productive, to bring up mucus that may be settling in the chest or in the throat. It is also a demulcent. Studies show that demulcents create a soothing anti-inflammatory coating over mucous membranes. The plant's high vitamin C content helps to boost the immune system. Mullein tea is also rich in antioxidants, which help to protect the body from damage. The plant's anti-inflammatory properties help to reduce inflammation and pain.It can be taken as needed for coughs, colds, digestive problems and skin conditions.
Pregnant women and nursing mothers should avoid mullein tea. If you're taking any medication, speak to your doctor before drinking mullein tea. Mullein tea is generally safe with few side effects.However, some people may experience headaches, dizziness or nausea after drinking mullein tea. These side effects are usually mild and temporary.
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