You can find mullein in sunny, disturbed waste places like roadsides. Native American tribes historically smoked the dried leaves of the fuzzy plant, known by its Latin name Verbascum thapsus, for an array of healing uses. The Navajo used it to cure fevers; the Hopi as a cure for insanity; the Iroquois for hiccups. Modern herbalists regard it as soothing for the lungs. I like to add it to smoking mixtures because it adds a fluffy, soft, airy texture; tonight I paired it with some lemon balm, a.k.a. Melissa officinalis.
The leaves of Melissa are calming when brewed in a tea, as well as when ignited and inhaled.
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