Mint types and their benefits

Mint is one of the most versatile herbs on the market. The green wonder can be used to make chewing gum or as a garnish for refreshing drinks. It is also used as an aromatherapy fragrance in medicine and cooking. There are more than 600 varieties of mint. The mint family also includes popular herbs like Basil, Rosemary and Sage. Peppermint and Scotch Spearmint are the most common types of mint found in supermarkets. These five minutes are worth mentioning.

Peppermint is a mixture of water mint, Spearmint and other herbs. It can be used to make toothpaste and Tea. Peppermint can be used to treat skin irritations, headaches and upset stomachs. Spearmint can also be called a garden mint. It can be used to make Mojitos and Iced Teas. Spearmint is rich in vital nutrients, vitamins and antioxidants. Spearmint helps with indigestion and healthy blood pressure and prevents chronic diseases. Although Spearmint smells similar to Peppermint’s, Peppermint has a stronger Menthol flavor. The main use of corn mint oil is for its Menthol fragrance. Apple mint flowers can be used to make Tea. The crushed leaves of Apple mint are used to treat insect bites such as those caused by wasps and bees.

Mint is a common herb that’s used to make teas refreshing. For example, the Moroccan Maghrebi mint tee is a delicious option. Our gourmet teas also include mint. Mint Matcha is our latest Matcha flavor. The Long Island Green Tea contains Mint hints. You can shop our teas by clicking here.

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