HOREHOUND

NAME : HOREHOUND

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LATIN NAME : Marrubium vulgare

COMMON / FOLK NAMES : Hoarhound Marrubium White Horehound  

MEDICINAL PART : The herb

PLACES OF ORIGIN : Europe U.S. Canada Mexico

HABITAT : Found in waste places, in upland fields and pastures, and along roadsides in costal areas .

DESCRIPTION : Horehound is a perennial plant. A fibrous, spindle-shaped rootstock sends up numerous bushy, square, downy stems. The leaves are opposite, petioled, usually wrinkled, roundish-ovate, rough on top, and wooly underneath.

FLOWERING PERIOD : The small, white, two-lipped flowers feature a spiny calyx and grow in axillary whorls from June to September.

PROPERTIES : Diaphoretic Diuretic Expectorant Stimulant Tonic

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