Common name : Mint

Scientific name : Menthalongifolia

Family : Lamiaceae

Native land : Europe, Asia, and Australia

It is a very variable herbaceous perennial plant. It has square stems, opposite, aromatic leaves, and small flowers usually of a pale purple, pink, or white colour arranged in clusters, either forming separate whorls or crowded together in a terminal spike. Many species are used as flavourings for foods, but, in cookery, the term mint usually refers to peppermint or spearmint. Oils of mints are used as scents in perfumery and as flavouring in candy, liqueur, gum, dentifrices and medicines.

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