hoarhound is very strengthening to the lungs, and is somewhat of a pectoral.
Brother, you know he only called to get some of my hoarhound for Mehitable's cough.
Bees are very partial to hoarhound nectar, and make a pleasing honey from the flowers where these are abundant.
There's catnip and hoarhound and horsemint and pennyroy'l, and pretty soon there'll be wild life-everlastin'.
Same as hoarhound, except make a liquor of Boneset instead of hoarhound.
The plantane or hoarhound will either of them cure alone, but they are most efficacious together.
Yessum, dey had a doctor sometime, but de most dey done wuz give 'em hoarhound, yellow root and tansy.
Dey dosed 'em up wid oil and turpentine and give 'em teas made out of hoarhound for some mis'ries and bone-set for other troubles.
Blood will tell, so the hoarhound joined forces with the dogberry and chased the catnip up my family tree.
This honey has been almost as popular as hoarhound candy, and formerly was obtainable at druggists.
horehound hore·hound (hôr'hound')
An aromatic Eurasian plant whose leaves of which yield a bitter extract that is used as a cough remedy.
A candy or preparation flavored with this extract.