It's called "holy herb" for a reason. Dating back to biblical times, hyssop was used to fight many ailments from those linked to respiratory and digestive conditions and even against the plague itself.
To this day, hyssop is still widely used to support those with respiratory impacts resulting from coughs, colds and infections.
What's more is its culinary versatility. The herb's minty yet floral profile lends itself to baking, garnishing, marinating and of course, as a tisane.
*Properties of related herbs found in studies: Antiviral, respiratory and digestive aid
Taste: mint, liquorice, lavender, some astringency
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