mullein


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to mullein: lobelia, coltsfoot
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for mullein

References in periodicals archive ?
Rabbits also have a dislike for plants with fuzzy or felt-like foliage, such as licorice plant, mullein (Verbascum), dusty miller, artemisia, lamb's ear and snow-in-summer (Cerastium).
In the January/February issue, there was a very lovely article about the mullein plant, written by Sara Biggs Chaney and Michael Chaney.
I've had good success using aloe, burdock, castor, chickweed, comfrey, dandelion, jewelweed, marshmallow, mullein, and plantain for making poultices.
PI exposed areas were treated with: distilled water, 10% Dawn[R] dish soap, THN from jewelweed at 1x and 2x the natural concentration, and saponin-containing, MeOH extract from leaves of Verbascum thapsus, and common mullein which has reported anti-inflammatory activity.
The blend contains garlic oil, tea-tree oil and mullein extract
Finding it difficult to negotiate the bioptome through inferior vena cava, that is usually uncustomary, it was decided to use mullein sheath at first stance.
Special healing plants include Arnica Montana, Creosote bush, Cat's Claw, Aloe Vera, Elderberry, Century Plant/Maguey, Eucalyptus leaves, Mullein flowers, Mexican Thistle, Linden tea, whole Cloves, Porter's Lovage, Rue, Aztec Marigold and Hummingbird Flowers.
I explained that beside making nice flowers for the kids to pick, dandelions would in turn give way in a few years to daisies, vervain, mullein, and maybe coltsfoot, and that the secret of such restoration work lay in patience.
Dodds brews a tea made of the herb mullein, which is used for calming the respiratory tract and treating lung ailments.
For each ailment she begins with a "Quick Fix." In the case of earaches and ear infections, she suggests mullein and garlic oil, which can be purchased from a health-food store.
/ A face uneven as a river jag / and asperous as the mullein's flannel leaves")--is bordered on its four sides by the book's title, relineated as a quiet plea: use less land scape.
In his article, "Bitkilerle Tedavinin Tehlikeli YE-zE-" (Dangerous Sides of Treatment with Herbs) on the website Sycak GE-ndem, Erciyes University Associate Professor Ali Kandemir notes that there are nearly 450 types of tragacanth, 250 kinds of mullein and 90 species of sage tea.
She also admitted that America (never) had any firm proofs about involvement of ISI in attacks on Kabul HQs of CIA, and America based its (Gen) Mullein accusations on wild guesses (!), since ISI and CIA usually maintained contacts with the militant groups.
She also admitted that America (never) had any firm proofs about involvement of ISI in attacks on Kabul HQs of CIA, and America based its '(Gen) Mullein accusations ' on wild guesses (!), since ISI and CIA usually maintained contacts with the militant groups.
A face uneven as a river jag and asperous as the mullein's