SOLVED: ID of mystery plant

Snyder, CO

Found growing wild in rural Northeast CO, Morgan County. Reminds me of mint and it does have a faint mint taste and cooling aftereffect. Thanks for help with the ID.

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Henderson, NV

What about Teucrium canadense, commonly known as Canada germander, American germander or wood sage, a perennial herb in the family Lamiaceae. It is native to North America where it is found across the contiguous states of the United States and in much of Canada.

Snyder, CO

Yes, that's it, thank you so much!

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