Hyssop is a perennial aromatic small sub-shrub which grows up to 0.5 meters high, with slender herbaceous stems arising from a woody base, bearing whorls of small purplish-blue flowers.
It is native to southern Europe and has been cultivated as a culinary herb and for medicinal uses for hundreds of years. Major producing countries include France, Hungary and Holland.
About The Oil
Hyssop is considered one of the strongest antimicrobial essential oils. It contains natural molecules from nearly every class of compounds found in therapeutic essential oils, yet it is still quite gentle.
The name comes from the Greek word hyssopus, meaning ‘good scented herb’. The flowers and leaves have been highly valued since antiquity for their therapeutic