MARSHMALLOW
Source: 
Flowers, leaves, roots.
Content: 
Diuretic. Expectorant. Asparagine, coumarin, fat, flavonoids, mucilage, pectin, polysaccharides, salicylic acid, tannins.
Uses: 
Recommended for: bladder infection, digestive upsets, fluid retention, headache, intestinal disorders, kidney problems, sinusitis. sore throat. Soothes and heals skin, mucous membranes, and other tissues, externally and internally.

MILK THISTLE
(Mary thistle, wild artichoke)
Source: 
Fruits, leaves, seeds.
Content: 
Silymarin (a flavonoid with antioxidant ability).
Uses: 
Antioxidant (prevents free radical damage, protects the liver). Recommended for: kidneys, adrenal disorders, inflammatory bowel disorders, weakened immune system, liver disorders (such as jaundice and hepatitis, psoriasis). Contains potent liver protecting substances. Stimulates production of new liver cells and prevents formation of damaging leukotrienes.

MULLEIN
Source: 
Leaves.
Content: 
Aucubin, choline, hesperidin, magnesium, pantothenic acid, para-aminobenzoic acid, saponins, sulfur, verbaside, vitamins B2, B12, and D.
Uses: 
Laxative, painkiller, and sleep aid. Recommended for: asthma, bronchitis, difficulty in breathing, earache, hay fever, swollen glands. Used in kidney formulas to soothe inflammation. Gets rid of warts.

MUSTARD
Source: 
Seeds.
Content: 
Myrosin, sinalbin, sinapine.
Uses: 
Improves digestion and fat metabolism. Recommended (externally) for: chest congestion, inflammation, injuries, joint pain. Can be irritating directly applied to skin.

MYRRH
Source: 
Resin from stems.
Content: 
Acetic acid, essential oils, formic acid, myrrholic acids, resin.
Uses: 

Antiseptic. Disinfectant. Deodorizer. Fights mouth bacteria. Recommended for: bad breath, periodontal disease, skin disorders, and ulcers.