Mullein leaf has been traditionally used for its many beneficial attributes for over 2,000 years. Mullein herb can be macerated into mullein extract, brewed as mullein leaf tea, or made into syrup.
Mullein Leaf, or scientifically referred to as Verbascum Thapsus, is a wildflower native to much of Europe and Asia which can grow almost anywhere. Because of its thick, soft leaves, it is also called Grandmother's Flannel and Our Lady's Flannel. The word Mullein is said to be derived from the Middle English word for "soft" which is moleyne.