Working with Hyssop
Hyssop is chiefly an expectorant and diaphoretic herb employed in bronchitis, coughs, and colds. It is used for flatulence and as a gargle for sore throat. It is applied externally for bruises and wounds. The demulcent and expectorant effects of hyssop are attributed to its volatile oil.
Hyssop has a taste of ACRID, BITTER and a temperature of WARM.
Conditions treated with Hyssop
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