Malva neglecta, or common mallow.
I started out with a pink version of this in my garden which is pretty invasive really but easy to cut down/pull out & it’s too delicate really to crowd anything out but can be pretty untidy. It blooms massively though, & reseeds very freely.
I bought a white one & planted it & it’s not as untidy (seems to be shorter & more upright than the pink) & it does reseed but not as vigorously as the pink. I prefer the white by far. It’s one of the purest whites you’ll find in the garden and it doesn’t fade out to an ugly color as it ages. I just recently bothered to look up its edible & herbal properties.
I'm pretty sure that one I've been growing all these years is malva neglecta. Not 100% sure though.
I also harvested angelica leaves (bottom), sage and marjoram.
These are main components in an arthritis salve I made for my parents last year.
They both have arthritis issues with their hands … especially my dad … and they swear by that salve.
There are other things in it as well. Comfrey, rosemary, lavender. Different essential oils as well … juniper, mint, rosemary & lavender.
Thank goodness I found my notes after I packed up my office for house construction. I can recreate it & fine tune it for them. They’re just about out :)
An embarrassment of apple mint :) Then I harvested some more pineapple mint.