Horehound is an old medicinal herb, best known as an agent used in cough and cold preparations. It is a perennial member of the Mint family, and has the characteristic square stems common to mints. It is an attractive plant to bees, and has sort of a musky odor when brushed. The leaves are covered with white hairs, giving the plant an overall wooly appearance
Herb called Creeping Charlie - interesting article. This extremely common weed (it's all over my lawn) actually has an interesting history of medicinal use. Tender young growth is rich in Vitamin C and can be eaten like spinach.
Evening Primrose young roots can be eaten like a vegetable, or the shoots can be eaten as a salad. Poulticed roots applied to piles and bruises. Tea made from the roots have also been used in the treatment of obesity and bowel pains. Leaves and bark which are made into evening primrose oil, known to treat : multiple sclerosis premenstrual tension hyperactivity eczema acne brittle nails rheumatoid arthritis alcohol-related liver damage