Hyssop

Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis) is a member of the Lamiaceae/Labiatae family. Hyssop is indigenous to the Mediterranean region although it is now cultivated elsewhere. The leaves, flower tips, and essential oil are used medicinally. Hyssop contains marrubiin, caffeic acid, volatile oil, tannins, and flavonoids. It has a bitter taste. Hyssop has been used for liver and gall bladder complaints, intestinal inflammation, coughs, cold, respiratory and chest ailments, sore throats, urinary tract inflammation, to stimulate appetite and circulation, for menstrual complaints, and for digestive and intestinal problems.

Products containing Hyssop

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Broncitone 23% off retail $9.58 Nature's Answer
Broncitone 90 Capsules
45 Servings
Gypsy Cold Care Tea 5.00 (1 reviews) 32% off retail $3.97 Traditional Medicinals Tea
Gypsy Cold Care Tea 16 Bags
16 Servings
Hyssop 5.00 (1 reviews) 53% off retail $4.74 Nature's Way
Hyssop 100 Capsules
50 Servings
Hyssop Herb 55% off retail $6.28 Nature's Answer
Hyssop Herb 1 Ounces
15 Servings
Hyssop Herb 56% off retail $9.78 Nature's Answer
Hyssop Herb 2 Ounces
30 Servings
Respiratory Defense 9% off retail $27.38 Gaia Herbs
Respiratory Defense 60 Capsules
20 Servings
Soothing Syrup ACF 40% off retail $15.10 $0.50 Shipping Fee Buried Treasure
Soothing Syrup ACF 16 Ounces

Cautions Sustained use of Hyssop oil poses a slight risk of seizures. The problem has surfaced in adults after daily intake of 10 to 30 drops, and in children after administration of as little as 2 to 3 drops daily.