Organic Mint Leaves – Fresh and Dry – 100gm
Mints have opposite aromatic square stems and leaves. Many are aggressive in gardens and can spread vegetatively by stolons. The tiny flowers are typically light purple, pink, or white in color and are grouped to form whorls or terminal spikes.
Mint leaves are renowned for being a fantastic appetizer. Encouraging digestive enzymes, it supports the digestive system. Mint oil has antiseptic and antibacterial properties that help to treat stomach infections, indigestion, and other conditions. Because methanol is present, it has anti-spasmodic properties.
How to Use– Making mint tea is the simplest way to use large amounts of fresh mint.
How to store– Wrap the mint leaves in damp paper towels (not too wet, just moist). Place the mint in a zip-top bag but do not seal it. Sealing it may trap too much moisture. Place the mint in the fridge.
Benefits– Mint is antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant. It keeps your breath fresh and aids in the fight against infection, fatigue, and stress.
Side Effects– Some of the side effects of mint include heartburn, dry mouth, nausea, and vomiting.
Recipe– Take 5-10 large leaves, or more, depending on how strong you want it to be. Tear the leaves into a mug and set them aside. Muddle the leaves in the mug for a few seconds with the back of a wooden spoon. Pour hot (but not boiling) water over the leaves. Allow for a 5–10-minute steep.