Marrubium L. (Lamiaceae) has about forty species, generally distributed in temperate regions of Central and Western Asia, North Africa, Europe, and South America. Generally, these plants are large annual or perennial.
We use the arial parts of the plant. Mostly flowers and leaves. Can be used as a tea or steam.
Tea: Steep 1 tablespoon in teabag or strainer for 20 minutes. Strain and enjoy!
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