Herbal Therapies Used by People Living With HIV: Hyssop
Part of A Practical Guide to Herbal Therapies for People Living With HIV
Hyssop has no reported side effects at normal treatment doses, but high doses, especially over time, may cause serious side effects, such as seizures. Children should be treated with caution, because several sources suggest that even relatively small doses may cause seizures. Hyssop comes in the form of a tincture, capsules or a tea and may be added to skin products and ointments to treat skin conditions.
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