Mullein extract is extracted from the leaves and flowers of the mullein family plant. It is often used in medicine, whether used alone or brewed into tea, and is believed to cure or at least relieve some different health problems. This extract is most popular when it comes to relieving inflammation of the respiratory tract and alleviating pain associated with earache and ear infections. It also has a slight calming effect and is sometimes used to help sleep. This plant grows naturally in most parts of Europe and Asia, and its extracts have been used in natural remedies and herbal medicine for centuries.
Latin Name:Verbascum thapsus L
Part Used:whole plant
Specification: 10:1 20:1
Appearance:Brownish yellow fine powder
Grade: Food grade
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1. Improve memory: effectively improve and improve memory; effectively improve menopausal syndrome; effectively improve Alzheimer's disease.
2. Strengthening and nourishing the kidney: effectively increasing male and female hormones; nourishing the kidney and strengthening yang, nourishing essence and blood; protecting the liver and gallbladder.
3. Beauty aspect: anti-radiation, whitening; moisturizing and laxative effect; improving immunity, anti-aging; anti-fatigue
4. Clear heat and detoxify, stop bleeding and disperse stasis. Cure pneumonia, chronic appendicitis. Sores, bruises, sprains, trauma and bleeding.
It also has a good effect on bronchial asthma, congestive heart failure, tumor metastasis, glaucoma, etc. Forskolin, an extract of Coleus forskohlii, can lower blood pressure, inhibit allergic reactions, and promote the secretion of thyroxine. Other effects of Forskolin are also significant, including inhibiting inflammation caused by platelet activating factor (PAF) 6 and inhibiting the spread of cancer cells.
Although this supplement is generally considered "natural", it is not always safe for everyone. Medical experts usually recommend that anyone who wants to use this particular extract in any situation, no matter how benign it seems, should first consult a qualified healthcare provider to discuss more personalized risks and benefits.