Horehound (1 oz)
Horehound was once kept in kitchen pantries to add an earthy, aromatic flavor to candies, cough drops, and beverages. Magically, it is used for clarity and protection. Sprinkle across doorways to repel evil, or add to ritual incenses. Horehound is attributed to Mercury, and the elements of Earth and Air. Its name comes from Horus, the Egyptian sky god.
1 ounce cut and sifted Horehound (Marrubium vulgare) by weight (excluding packaging). Sold as a botanical curio only (not a substitute for medical, legal, or other professional advice).