anise hyssop


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anise hyssop

anise hyssop

Purple flowers, mint family. Hyssop has a camphor-like strong aroma from it’s volatile oils that help soothe irritated digestive and respiratory tracts. Both flowers and leaves have a delicate anise or licorice flavor. Flavor similar to root beer. Flowers make nice edible garnishes. Excellent in salads. Anti-inflammatory great for respiratory disorders such as bronchitis. Can be made as tea for coughs, colds, Purple flowers, mint family. Hyssop has a camphor-like strong aroma from it’s volatile oils that help soothe irritated digestive and respiratory tracts. Both flowers and leaves have a delicate anise or licorice flavor. Flavor similar to root beer. Flowers make nice edible garnishes. Excellent in salads. Anti-inflammatory great for respiratory disorders such as bronchitis. Can be made as tea for coughs, colds,
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