hyssopus officinalis

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Purple, pink or bluish flowers on a spike. (in mint family) Leaf tea used as anti-viral for herpes, HIV, etc. Used to loosen phlegm, relieve gas and help lungs- bronchitis, asthma, coughs. Rub in hair and on skin for eczema, dandruff and itchy scalp. Do not use if pregnant or epileptic.
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Antifungal activity of Hyssopus officinalis, cupressus arizonica, Cuminum cyminum and Thymus vulgaris were determined against Aspergillus flavus.
In Hyssopus officinalis and cupressus arizonica only high concentrations suppressed this growth.
Results showed that Hyssopus officinalis oil can't suppress mycelium growth in all concentrations as others.