The sede is blak and groweth about the stalk, certayn places goyng betwene, as we se in horehound.
It proved to be a kind of essence of horehound, of notable tartness and pungency, very like a powerful cough syrup.
If you do not wish it to be very strong of horehound don't use quite so much.
horehound clenseth the breast and lungs, helps old coughs, easeth hard labour in child-bearing, brings away the after-birth.
One very remarkable minor feature was the appearance of couch-grass and horehound, which had sprung up around the stockyards.
Compound decoction of horehound; Decoctum marubii compositum, L. Prep.
To protect one's self against the allurements of these accursed fairies, a bit of horehound or marjoram is sufficient.
It was well that Miss Prime did not discover it: she would have given him horehound to cure—thought!
For colds: horehound tea, pinetop tea, lightwood drippings on sugar.
horehound tea was for colds, and elderberry tea was to help babies teethe easier.
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.