Its taste is powerful, slightly bitter and camphor. It goes well with pork, roasted pork, veal and poultry dishes — chicken, turkey, duck — but also with potatoes and other starchy foods. It is also used in naturopathy for its medicinal properties, especially on the female hormonal system. It would soothe the ailments associated with pre-menstrual syndrome and allow painless weaning for breastfeeding mothers by soothing soothing surges. Some species are purely ornamental.