White Horehound or Common Horehound; Hindi: Pahari gandana; Trade: Farasiym;  
Macaronesia, Europe, Medit. to W. Himalaya as per WCSP;
 

Smiriti van, Jaipur-18/9/2007; Pampore on 20 June and Baramula on 24 June, 2010; Marrubium vulgare from Kashmir – efloraofindia | Google Groups

  

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Lamiaceae and Verbenaceae Week: Lamiaceae, Marrubium vulgare from Kashmir:  Marrubium vulgare L., Sp. pl. 2:583. 1753

Common names: horehound, white horehound
Common weed in Kashmir valley in wastelands and roadsides with small highly rugose leaves and small white flowers in axillary clusters



Marrubium vulgare L., Sp. pl. 2:583. 1753
Common names: horehound, white horehound
Common weed in Kashmir valley in wastelands and roadsides
with small highly rugose leaves and small white flowers in axillary clusters/ 

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Wild Plant For ID : Way To Pahalgam : 211013 : AK-2 : Attachments (1). 3 posts by 2 authors.

Another wild plant seen on way to Pahalgam on 6/9/2011.

Leucas?


Marrubium vulgare

very common in Kashmir valley along graveyards and wastelands
Wild plant seen in a field in Fremont during visit in Sept,14.

Had posted earlier, id suggested by … was Desert Sage, or something similar.
Suggested id by me was Marrubium vulgare
Reposting under the ‘Family Fortnight’. 


It is Marrubium vulgare interesting to know cultivated in California


Thanks for the id. This is not a cultivated plant but was seen growing wild in a field.


Wild Plant For ID : California : 20NOV14 : AK-44 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)
Wild plant seen growing in a field in Fremont on 28/9/14.
Very tiny white flowers.
Leucas Species?
Just a guess.


desert ..lamiaceae …  perhaps desert sage
something like salvia pachyphylla but cant be sure


Thanks … It doesn’t look like the suggested id.

A possibility could be Marrubium vulgare.
This is just a guess on searching.


Marrubium vulgare as per another thread


 

 
References:
Antidiabetic Plants in India and Herbal Based Antidiabetic Research By T. Pullaiah, K. Chandrasekhar Naidu (2003)

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