This herb is one I'm very familiar with.
I've used it in a personal tea blend since I was a teenager.
I'm just crazy enough that I actually went and did an afternoon's work putting in a garden for someone else in exchange for a start of it for my garden.
It's a favorite in both the kitchen and the cosmetic cabinet.
It is a staple in the leech's bag and the stillroom for very good reason.
And with equal amounts of patience, perseverance, and hard work, you can make a fine cloak out of it.