Hyssop has been nicknamed “The Holy Herb” due to the many references in both the Old and New Testaments of the Bible as well as the Torah. The herb has a multitude of healing properties.
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Where To Find Hyssop
Hyssop is an evergreen that can be found growing wild in most moderate or Mediterranean-type climates. The plant prefers dry soil and full sun but does not tolerate extreme heat well. It is about two feet high at maturity, and normally bears blue, lavender and even pink blossoms. It has become a popular landscaping plant in dry climates, including the Southwestern United States.
Gardeners find that planting hyssop as a companion to cabbage, broccoli, and other cruciferous plants prevents cabbage moths from destroying their vegetable crop. It is also a good companion for grapes, but should not be planted alongside radishes.
If you decide to grow hyssop or other herbs for culinary or medicinal purposes, be sure to keep them free of harmful pesticides and non-organic fertilizers.
Hyssop – Benefits Of The Holy Herb
Hyssop is one of nature’s best purifying herbs. Hyssop essential oil can be used as a topical antibacterial agent for small wounds, and has even been said to speed the healing process and help to minimize scarring. If no essential oil is available, a poultice can be made by steeping hyssop leaves in boiling water for at least fifteen minutes. Soak soft, absorbent fabric with the solution and use it as needed. Hyssop poultices can be used to treat bruises and take the sting and itch out of bug bites.
Another popular method for using hyssop is in tea form, which is effective for treating cough, sore throat, and other common cold symptoms. Hyssop tea is formulated by simply pouring approximately one pint of boiling water over about one ounce of chopped leaves and green stems of hyssop herb. The tea will be more flavorful if fresh hyssop is available.
When taken orally, the hyssop herb is a diuretic which can help to speed up detoxification. It also helps to ease any gas or bloating that may be present. It is important to drink plenty of water at all times, and even more crucial if you are taking any herbs with diuretic properties.
As with many plant based medicinals, the hyssop herb is most effective if the body is able to absorb it properly. DrFloras recommends undertaking a full body cleanse prior to using hyssop or other homeopathic remedies. Clean internal organs are better able to extract beneficial compounds, so effects are more effective.
DrFloras Ultimate Detox Cleanse Kit can help you to make the most of nature’s pharmacy, and help you to look and feel your best.