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Hyssop Flowers
A plant called hyssop has been in use since classical antiquity and is commonly used in cooking. As a medicinal herb, hyssop has soothing, expectorant, and cough suppressant properties.[7] The plant also includes the chemicals thujone and phenol, which give it antiseptic properties.<br />
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