September 12, 2023

Smoking Mullein Leaf

Mullein (Verbascum thapsus) is often smoked for its purported health benefits, including clearing the lungs and helping to ease symptoms of bronchitis and asthma. It is also used to promote calm feelings and fight against anxiety. Smoking mullein leaves produces thick plumes of smoke that are soothing to the throat. It is a close relative of mint and has been smoked by many cultures throughout history.

You can smoke mullein alone, but it is more commonly mixed with cannabis to create a smoking blend that is milder and less harsh. Mullein has a bland taste that won’t overpower the flavor of your favorite strain of marijuana. It also helps to ease the cough that can be caused by the inhalation of smoke from your weed.

To make a smoking blend with mullein, start by drying the leaves. This can be done in a drying cabinet or by hanging the leaves up in a dry place indoors. You can then crush the leaves into a fine consistency. Make sure to add other healthy herbs to the mixture for flavor. Some good choices are mugwort, skullcap and uva-ursi. The mullein should form about 50 percent of the mixture.

Once the herb mix is made, add it to your pipe or rolling papers and enjoy. As with all herbal supplements, it is important to be cautious and use only small amounts. For best results, smoke the mixture for about 15 to 20 minutes.


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