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Your pairing of Creeping Jenny and Ajuga is tempting me to set some gold coins loose among the Bugleweed just to see what happens.
Bugleweed (Lycopus) leaf tea inhibits iodine metabolism.
Lythospermic and other organic acids found in Bugleweed help to decrease the levels of certain hormones in the body - including TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone produced by the pituitary gland) and T4 (produced by the thyroid).
Mommy moved the Bugleweed to the bed with the Stokes 'Aster in it.
Mommy was so impressed with how well the purple verbena did in the Whiskers Memorial Butterfly garden that she decided to move the Bugleweed and replace it with verbena.
Lemon Balm (Melissa Oficinalis) in combination with Bugleweed is used in Europe as a remedy for Grave’s disease (hyperthyroidism).