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Common Name: Hyssop

Botanical Name: Hyssopus officinalis

Herbal Remedy for: * Aromatherapy * Bronchitis * Bruises/sprains * Burns * Cardiovascular * Congestion * Dental/Oral Care * Facial Care * Flu * Herpes/Cold Sores * Hypertension * IBS * Insect Repellent

Herb Properties: * Adaptogens * Antispasmodic * Aromatic * Carminative * Cicatrisant * Cordial * Diaphoretic * Digestive * Diuretic * Emmenagogue * Expectorant * Febrifuge * Hypertensive * Hypotensive * Nervine * Sedative * Vermifuge * Vulnerary

Here are some of the potential benefits associated with hyssop:

  1. Respiratory Health: Hyssop has traditionally been used to treat respiratory conditions such as coughs, colds, bronchitis, and asthma. It contains compounds with expectorant properties, which help to loosen mucus and make it easier to expel from the respiratory tract.

  2. Antimicrobial Properties: Hyssop contains compounds with antimicrobial properties, including essential oils like pinocamphone and isopinocamphone, which have been shown to inhibit the growth of bacteria and viruses. This makes hyssop potentially useful for fighting infections.

  3. Anti-inflammatory Effects: Hyssop has demonstrated anti-inflammatory effects in various studies. This property may help to reduce inflammation in conditions such as arthritis and inflammatory bowel diseases.

  4. Digestive Aid: Hyssop has been used traditionally to aid digestion and relieve symptoms of indigestion and bloating. It is believed to stimulate the production of gastric juices, which can improve digestion.

  5. Antioxidant Activity: Hyssop contains antioxidants such as flavonoids and polyphenols, which help to neutralize harmful free radicals in the body. This antioxidant activity may contribute to its overall health benefits and help protect cells from damage.

  6. Mood Enhancement: Some studies suggest that hyssop may have mood-enhancing properties. It has been used in aromatherapy to promote relaxation and reduce feelings of stress and anxiety.

  7. Wound Healing: Hyssop has been used topically to promote wound healing and alleviate skin conditions such as eczema and dermatitis. Its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties may help prevent infection and reduce inflammation associated with skin disorders.

  8. Immune Support: The immune-stimulating properties of hyssop may help support the body's natural defenses against infections. It is often used as a tonic to strengthen the immune system and promote overall health.


SIZE GUIDE: (Comes in Flower, Root , and/or Herb Powder, based on availability)

Sample: a small sampling of the dry herb leaf or powder up to 1 oz.  

Weight varies upon choice of herb

JUST THE HERB: Dried Leaf/Flower:  May be used and consumed as a loose leaf tea or added to beverages and or smoothies.

Small (1/4 cup up to 2 oz.) Medium (1/2 cup up to 4 oz.)  Large (3/4 cup up to 6 oz.) Weight varies upon choice of herb

Tinctures: Concentrated herb(s) in liquid form that are administered sublingually (by mouth). Alcohol tinctures have an average shelf life of 3-5 years, are the most potent herbal preparation method and do not need to be refrigerated.

Small (1 oz) Medium (2 oz) Large (4 oz) Please allow 72 hour additional processing time. Comes in a dropper bottle

Capsules:  Dried powder in capsule form. Small (30 capsules) Medium (60 capsules) Large (90 capsules) Vegetarian/Vegan


Looseleaf Tea: 1-2 teaspoons of the dried herb or herb powder equals one 6-8 oz prepared serving of tea. For best results, drink 3-5 servings daily.

Capsules: Take one capsule by mouth daily if you weigh 150 lbs. or less. Take two capsules by mouth daily if you weigh OVER 150 lbs.

Tinctures: Take daily by mouth, under the tongue. 10 droplets if you weigh UNDER 150 lbs. 15 droplets if you weigh OVER 150 lbs.