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Hyssop is a plant. The parts that grow above ground are used to make medicine.
Hyssop is used for digestive and intestinal problems including liver and gallbladder conditions, intestinal pain, intestinal gas, colic, and loss of appetite. It is also used for respiratory problems including coughs, the common cold, respiratory infections, sore throat, and asthma.
Other uses include urinary tract infection (UTI), poor circulation, HIV/AIDS, and menstrual cramps.
Some people use hyssop as a gargle; in baths to cause sweating; and on the skin for treating skin irritations, burns, bruises, and frostbite.
- Antioxidant Activity
- Liver and gallbladder problems.
- Intestinal problems.
- Sore throat.
- Urinary tract infection (UTI).
- Loss of appetite.
- Poor circulation.
- Menstrual cramps.
Hyssop is considered safe for most people in the amounts commonly found in foods and in medicinal amounts. However, do not use the oil product because it has caused seizures in some people.