Honey Weed (Leonurus sibiricus)
Also known as the Siberian motherwort, the Honey Weed was first discovered in the cold areas of Siberia that were not covered in snow. Its thin stem and purple flowers can grow to an impressive height of up to 80 centimeters, and the flowers bloom up to twice a year. The herb is a close relative to the Mint plant and as such can be easily used as tea as well. A short branch of the leaves in hot water is enough to bring out their most useful properties, and it can be taken on a regular basis. The tea improves the cardiovascular system, reduces allergies and improves soft tissue. The oil taken from the flowers can be used to improve different skin conditions and as an additional ingredient in food.