I’d just say “to taste!” if garlic wasn’t a fairly potent antimicrobial or if you were using more bulgur. One cup of bulgur is less than I’ve used in the past. I’d say 2–3 cloves max. With herbs, I think it depends on what you’ll be using, but with 1 cup bulgur I’d probably do a couple of tablespoons.
Both interpretations are valid, but I’m still using the Burgess order as it seems more “Quatrian.” I tend to agree with the Nakajima paper, that the addition of Wormwood as an official “Power” may be a Pantarctican attempt at forced syncretism (e.g. the four QUATrian Powers had to become five after the PANT(PENT)arctican paraconquest. Wormwood in the…
You can do this with “weeds,” too, if you know how. The trick is to keep them from seeding too much (either remove seed heads or flowers) and to be cognizant of diseases that can spread through the soil in plants belonging to the same family. I “cover crop” my beds with whatever happens to live there when I’m not growing, and it’s worked nicely (and is a lot less work!).
You might not need to! Pennywort (a.k.a. Gotu Kola, or its various localized manifestations)grows wild all over the place, depending on where you’re located. It was a really common lawn weed in Florida. Seems to like sandy soil — it’s all over on sand dunes. :)