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OfflineFRACTALife
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I am 99.9999999999999% posotive I have Verbascum Thapsus growing right outside my house
    #445558 - 07/12/10 08:45 PM (6 years, 4 months ago)

And it is as tall as my fucking house!
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Re: I am 99.9999999999999% posotive I have Verbascum Thapsus growing right outside my house [Re: FRACTALife]
    #445565 - 07/12/10 08:53 PM (6 years, 4 months ago)

Common name?


I dont feel like using google :vaped:


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Re: I am 99.9999999999999% posotive I have Verbascum Thapsus growing right outside my house [Re: FRACTALife]
    #445566 - 07/12/10 08:54 PM (6 years, 4 months ago)



It is also called the great mullein

it is used in some jwh blends right now :lol:

Great Mullein has been used since ancient times as a remedy for skin, throat and breathing ailments. It has long had a medicinal reputation, especially as an astringent and emollient, as it contains mucilage, several saponins, coumarin and glycosides. Dioscorides recommended it for diseases of the lung and it is now widely available in health and herbal stores. Non-medical uses have included dyeing and making torches.
[edit] Medical uses

Dioscorides first recommended the plant 2000 years ago, against pulmonary diseases,[66] and this has remained one of its primary uses, especially against cough. Leaf decoctions or herbal teas were used for expectoration, consumption, dry cough, bronchitis, sore throat and hemorrhoids. Leaves were also smoked against pulmonary ailments, a tradition that in America was rapidly transmitted to Native American peoples.[27][67] They used the non-indigenous plant to make syrups against croup. The combination of expectorant saponins and emollient mucilage makes the plant particularly effective for cough. All preparations meant to be drunk have to be finely filtered to eliminate the irritating hairs.[48]

Oil from the flowers was used against catarrhs, colics and, in Germany, earaches, frostbite, eczema and other external conditions.[27] Topical application of various V. thapsus-based preparations was recommended for the treatment of warts,[68] boils, carbuncles, hemorrhoids, and chilblains, amongst others.[27][67] Recent studies have found that Great Mullein contains glycyrrhizin compounds with bactericide and potential anti-tumoral action. These compounds are concentrated in the flowers.[69] Different extracts have varying levels of efficiency against bacteria.[48] The German Commission E sanctioned medicinal use of the plant for catarrhs.[70] It was also part of the National Formulary in the United States[67] and United Kingdom.[27] The plant's leaves, in addition to the seeds, have been reported to contain rotenone, although quantities are unknown.[71]
[edit] Other uses

Like many ancient medicinal plants (Pliny the Elder describes it in his Naturalis Historia),[note 5] Great Mullein was linked to witches,[27] although the relationship remained generally ambiguous, and the plant was also widely held to ward off curses and evil spirits.[27][48][66][67] The seeds contain several compounds (saponins, glycosides, coumarin, rotenone) that cause breathing problems in fish, and have been widely used as piscicide for fishing.[7][73]

The flowers provide dyes of bright yellow or green, and have been used for hair dye.[27][71] The dried leaves and hair were made into candle wicks, or put into shoes to help with insulating them. The dried stems were also dipped into suet or wax to make torches.[27][67] Due to its weedy capacities, the plant, unlike other species of the genus (such as V. phoeniceum), is not often cultivated.
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Re: I am 99.9999999999999% posotive I have Verbascum Thapsus growing right outside my house [Re: Harlz]
    #445568 - 07/12/10 08:55 PM (6 years, 4 months ago)

Oh I see


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Shut the fuck up bitch. It is safe to assume


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Re: I am 99.9999999999999% posotive I have Verbascum Thapsus growing right outside my house [Re: FRACTALife]
    #445572 - 07/12/10 08:57 PM (6 years, 4 months ago)

Uhm... Right on?


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Re: I am 99.9999999999999% posotive I have Verbascum Thapsus growing right outside my house [Re: FRACTALife]
    #445573 - 07/12/10 08:59 PM (6 years, 4 months ago)

Woah dude smoke some and get back to us!!!


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Re: I am 99.9999999999999% posotive I have Verbascum Thapsus growing right outside my house [Re: Tangerines]
    #445580 - 07/12/10 09:03 PM (6 years, 4 months ago)

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Tangerines said:
Woah dude smoke some and get back to us!!!




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Re: I am 99.9999999999999% posotive I have Verbascum Thapsus growing right outside my house [Re: Tangerines]
    #445663 - 07/12/10 11:38 PM (6 years, 4 months ago)

Quote:

Tangerines said:
Woah dude smoke some and get back to us!!!



yes do this.
oh and i thought you were exaterating about it being as tall as your house but now i see, its fucking huge


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