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Mullein is the Herb for Respiratory Disorders: Its healing properties are found in its roots, leaves and flowers. Mullein tea is simple to make. Just steep the leaves in hot water. For a sweeter taste, mullein flowers can be added. You can drink the tea, hot or cold. Any excess tea can be stored in the refrigerator for future use.
Tonsils are lymph nodes on either side of the back of the mouth, and their function is to protect against upper respiratory tract infections, if they become infected, they get inflamed and swollen with fluids and white blood cells, making swallowing painful and eating difficult.
Historical Uses for the Common Mullein. Mullein has been used for; respiratory ailments, to clear lung congestion and open sinuses, acne, sore throats and swollen glands, rhuematism, and it has anti-viral properties. It may possibly be useful for asthma and tuberculosis. Mullein seeds are toxic.