Mullein Tincture

Mullein Tincture

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Stormy Stewart


This is one from my new book "Hedge witch herbal". It is used for the herpes virus and the plant can be found in most peoples back yard. How sweet is that!

This is a tincture and as such takes 14 days to make but will keep for a year.

To be used as when the virus is active and stopped when it goes dormant.


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makes 4 oz
5 Min
No-Cook or Other


How to Make Mullein Tincture


  1. Crumble the dried mullein leaves into the mason jar and top with 4 oz of vodka. Allow to sit 14 days in a cabinet shaking every day or two but making sure all the leaves are back in the vodka.
  2. After 14 days strain into a tincture jar with a dropper top.
  3. Take 20-30 drops every three hours as need until the virus goes dormant again. You can add to water or juice or take straight.

    This can be used for any herpes virus not just cold sores.

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