Scientific Name: Chelidonium majus Contains a range of isoquinoline alkaloids.Continue reading "Greater Celadine"
Scientific Name: Salvia fructiocsa Grown commercially for essential oil content. Used in traditional Muslim ceremonies and burned as incense.Continue reading "Greek Oregano"
Scientific Name: Hyssop officinalis Has expectorant, and cough suppressant properties.Continue reading "Hyssop"
Scientific Name: Stachys byzantina Preliminary phytochemical studies showed that the aerial parts of the genus Stachys contain flavonoids. Flavonoids may be responsible for some antibacterial activity.Continue reading "Lamb’s Ear"
Scientific Name: Lavandula angustifolia Wildly cultivated for ornamental, culinary, and essential oil production. Essential oil has antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and insecticial properties.Continue reading "Lavender"
Scientific Name: Melissa officinalis Lemon balm has been used for anxiety, insomnia, restlessness, bloating, colic, and for attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).Continue reading "Lemon Balm"
Scientific Name: Nepeta cataria var. citriodora Contains the essential oil terpenoid nepetalactone.Continue reading "Lemon Catnip"
Scientific Name: Thymus citriodorus The leaves and essential oils of lemon thyme have been used in antiseptics, asthma and respiratory aromatherapy, deodorants, and disinfectants.Continue reading "Lemon Thyme"
Scientific Name: Monarda didyma The leaves and flowering stems are antihelmintic, carminative, diuretic, expectorant, febrifuge, rubefacient and stimulant.Continue reading "Monarda"
Scientific Name: Pycnanthemum virginianum A tea made from the leaves is alterative, diaphoretic and carminative.Continue reading "Mountain Mint"