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One of the oldest herbs known and reputed to be used to clean the outside of sacred buildings, hence it was known as a holy herb (it is also mentioned in the bible with this connection). Aromatic dark green leaves and can have pink, white or blue flowers. A strong minty taste and smell. Traditionally believed to help with chest complaints so was taken to promote perspiration. Also used for rheumatic pains.