It doesn't fit his description of the herb at all. If you read the thread, you will see that I originally suggested marjoram, but he said "She let the plant mature, pulled the whole plant, let it dry, and used primarily the seeds on the end of the stalk." And later, "Instead of seeds, what she used was the pods or seed husks that were in groups at the end of the stalks." That does not jive at all with marjoram. Or thyme.
Another possibility is coriander. However, the description of the herb is so vague that no positive ID can be made.