Mint includes a robust refreshing flavour that adds a distinctive alternative upon your favourite sweet and savoury dishes.
Yes, and itâ€™s easy to grow too. In fact, this perennial herb is grown for its aromatic leaves.
Mint is refreshing and possesses antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It is thought to improve the symptoms of a cold, indigestion, and Brain function
History tells us that as a traditional herbal medicinal, mint has long been used to encourage a good night's sleep, ease stomach aches, and reduce Stress and Anxiety levels. Unfortunately, at the time of writing there had been very little studies into the potential impact mint has on human health.
You can add mint to a variety of home-made recipes, such as salads, salsas and sauces, as well as pasta, cooked vegetables and marinades.