Hyssop can be used sparingly as a spice or macerated as a unique flavor to liqueurs. The plant has a long history of folklore in ancient Europe and was often hung in homes for protection. Hyssop herb is also typically made into a syrup or steeped and enjoyed as an infusion of hyssop tea.
Hyssop has a mint-like taste (which is understandable as it is part of the mint family) that makes it a tasty addition to salads, provided it is used in small quantities.
Botanical Name: Hyssopus officinalis Origin: USA
Precautions:Not for use in pregnancy except under the supervision of a qualified healthcare practitioner.
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