Hyssop herb was named from azob (a holy herb) because it was used for cleaning sacred places. It contains a particular ‘Volatile Oil’ that possesses a highly aromatic camphor-like smell which gives hyssop a unique healing property making it stimulative sudorifc and carminative. The ancient use of this plant was as an insecticide, and pediculicide […]

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Hyssop herb was named from azob (a holy herb), because it was used for cleaning sacred places. It contains a particular ‘Volatile Oil’ that possesses a highly aromatic camphor-like smell which gives hyssop a unique healing property making it stimulative sudorific and carminative. The ancient USE of this plant was an insecticide, and pediculicide (lice […]

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