If you have a herb garden, you shouldn't miss the beehive, also called hyssop. We would like to give you 3 tips for using hyssop.
Hyssop attracts bees and butterflies
In the summer months, hyssop not only attracts flocks of bees and butterflies, it also enchants with its purple flowers, which are an ornament for every bed. The plant grows up to 60 centimeters high and is very bushy. She likes sunny locations with dry, calcareous soils. Today we would like to introduce you to 3 tips on how you can use the beehive sensibly.
If you want to use honeybee not only because of its beauty, but also to use it, then you should know what ailments it can help with: indigestion, difficulty breathing, coughing and mild stomach cramps. The young leaves in particular have sufficient essential oils, bitter substances and tannins that are good for the body. Cut off a handful of young leaves or flowers and pour them onto a liter of water. Let infuse for about five minutes and then drink up to three cups a day of this spicy tea. You will see that it not only helps, but also tastes good.
In the hearty kitchen, the beehive harmonises very well with different dishes. Just experiment around a bit. Even desserts in combination with hyssop can taste really delicious and make you hungry for more.
If you plant anise hyssop in the garden as a bee plant, this has a great effect: the bee plant sells pests such as e.g. Cabbage butterflies.