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Used for coughing and wheezing, to bring relief for chest ailments, such as the common cold and other respiratory infections. The sweat-inducing properties may help to break a fever. To relieve anxiety, soothe the nerves, treat insomnia and enhance mental clarity. A natural remedy that is massaged into the skin for poor circulation, itchy skin, fresh bruises, burns, muscle pain, old wounds, bug bites, as well as other skin problems. Known for its diuretic effects, Hyssop liquid extracts are used to boost the secretion and discharge of urine. It has also been used to open the pores of the body.
Believed to help reduce and get rid of phlegm, particularly with chronic congestion and unproductive coughs. It has been a time-honored remedy to ease asthma, bronchitis, coughs, chest colds and stuffy nose. Hyssop also soothes mucous membranes in the respiratory system and eases hoarseness (in laryngitis and pharyngitis), and sore throat. This has also been used as herbal support for the immune system to promote fever and help fight off colds and other viral infections. Its anti-inflammatory properties can also relieve deep tissue pain and muscle soreness.
Hyssop has been used to relieve intestinal gas and soothe the mucous lining of the bowel while clearing mucus from the intestines. Hyssop herbal extract is used orally to treat upset stomach, liver and gallbladder complaints, and indigestion; relieve stomachaches and flatulence. It is useful when treating colic and is a good ally to laxative herbs, helping to reduce cramping during bowel movements. Hyssop extract has strong vermifugal properties, which means it may be helpful for eliminating parasites and expelling intestinal worms.
Hyssop Tincture can be used to offer comfort and relief due to irregular periods. This essential herb has been found to be a great help for women who may suffer from cramps or have poor blood flow. Easily absorbed by your body and can reach the bloodstream quickly to diminish pain. During periods of water retention, due to menstrual cycles, Hyssop herbal tincture helps with bloating and swelling. It is also known to treat fatigue, nausea, anxiety, and stress.
Used to promote good circulation, this herbal extract may be important to those with diabetes-related disorders, and those with hypotension. It has been used to flush out excess sodium and lower high blood pressure. At the same time, it may help to raise low blood pressure, and soothe the entire body.
Hyssop is a gently relaxing nerve tonic, suitable for nervous exhaustion when linked with overwork and anxiety or depression. It is thought to be helpful for easing feelings of grief and guilt and to strengthen the immune system and improve the body when in a weakened condition.
Its anti-inflammatory properties are beneficial for reducing painful swelling in the joints, as found in cases rheumatism, arthritis, and gout. Hyssop contains anti-spasmodic compounds that help to constrict blood vessels. This can assist in easing the effects of muscular spasms and cramps.
Scientists are investigating Hyssop because it has been used since ancient times to both as a general pesticide and as a treatment for lice. And, Hyssop is great for relieving inflammation and the discomfort of insect bites. A few drops of Hyssop tincture added to cream or lotion helps to heal skin, reduce scarring and speeds healing of bruises, making them fade more quickly. As an antiviral, Hyssop combats herpes simplex virus and treats cold sores.
Another important health benefit of Hyssop includes its astringent properties. Hyssop herbal extract can be used to slow down the aging process, helping skin conditions such as sagging and loose skin, along with wrinkles and fine lines. Hyssop stops your limbs from contracting, which prevents your muscles and skin from shrinking to help prevent blood vessel hemorrhage. This action is also believed to help reduce the chances of loosening of the teeth.
Contraindications: Hyssop should not be taken for more than two weeks without advice of a physician. Excessive use (many times the recommended dosage) may cause seizures. Pregnant women, those who suffer from epilepsy, seizures, or from high blood pressure should avoid Hyssop.