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Many of them, including Mexican sage, are highly aromatic, as they belong to the mint family.
There are concerns such videos, showing groups of people smoking the substance, which belongs to the mint family, are increasing the popularity and misuse of salvia.
Lavendula is part of the mint family which also includes herbs like sage and rosemary.
The spiky, flowering Mediterranean native of the mint family has it all: fragrance, form, flavor, and medicinal value.
Most of the (effective) species are really from the family Lamiaceae, or mint family," Discovery News quoted Pavel Kloucek, a scientist at the Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague, as saying.
Purple basil (opal basil, or Ocimum basilicum purpurea), a member of the mint family and native to India, has a flavor profile described as "heightened in intensity" in comparison with sweet basil.
The mint family (Labiatae) can provide blooms from March to November, with 200 genera encompassing 3000 species.
It is in the mint family (Lamiaceae), and was one of the many native American herbs used as a substitute for black tea following the Boston Tea Party.
Catnip, a member of the mint family, has low toxicity, which means it should be safe for children who need short-term protection from mosquitoes, he said.
Hyssop is in the mint family and was used in the Old Testament for purification and sacrifice.
Be careful when planting it in your garden; catnip and other members of the mint family are quite invasive and will spread.
Specific research at the University of Massachusetts is the regulation of an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant metabolite that is found abundantly in food-grade herbs from the mint family Lamiaceae, such as rosemary, thyme, oregano, spearmint and lavender.
Agastache, a showy, aromatic summer perennial in the mint family, also happens to be nectar-rich, making it irresistible to beneficials.
viminea), a perennial herb in the mint family (Lamiaceae).