Mint

  • Mint is a small plant that originates from Europe, Asia and Africa.

  • Flower can be white or pink in color.

  • Mint produces fruit called nutley which contains one to four seeds.

  • Leaves of mint can be dark green, grayish-green or purple in color.

  • Leaves contain compounds called pulegone and menthol which are responsible for characteristic aroma of the plant and cooling effect that mint produces.

  • Mint comes in over 30 varieties

  • Apple mint, spearmint and peppermint are the most popular varieties of mint that are cultivated worldwide.

  • Mint is one of the most popular flavors in the world; from mint ice-cream to mint chocolate to drinks and sauces, you can find mint paired with a lot of different things.

  • Mint is rich source of vitamins A, C and B2. It also contains valuable minerals such as calcium, copper and magnesium.

  • Fresh or dry leaves of mint are used in the preparation of various sweet or salty dishes.

  • Mint is a great appetizer or palate cleanser, and it promotes digestion.

  • It also soothes stomachs in cases of indigestion or inflammation.

  • You can store fresh mint in the freezer, chopped up and mixed with a little water in ice cube trays.

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