| (Little mint; Tea hyssop)
One of the most popular tea and spice herbs of Israel and the Middle East. Makes a refreshing sweet minty tea. A popular bread dip is made with the leaves mixed with olive oil and salt. In Turkey, the tea is used to treat stomach ulcers . Contains pulegone; should not be taken by women who are pregnant or while trying to conceive. Ht. 25cm/10".