30 March 2013

Dewdroprism, Corvallis, Montana

If you're ever out hiking and desperately miss your velveteen bunny rabbit, a fuzzy leaf of Common Mullein will stand in as an emergency substitute. ("I will name him George, and I will hug him and pet him....") More commonly, mullein is used as a medicinal poultice and brewed in a tea to treat varied respiratory complaints. (And some promote it's qualities for an even more common purpose as, ahem, shall we say cowboy papier de toilette.)

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