Spearmint, spire mint, mint, Our Lady’s mint … call it what you want! This omnipresent perennial plant usually prefers to grow in temperate Europe and southern Asia. Spearmint can readily adapt and is pretty resilient. For that reason, it could be found growing virtually in any part of the globe. It will easily get by wherever it may land. Despite its many names, it is still unique and easy to identify. Mint is a softer version of its kin, peppermint. Humble by nature, it never stands out and will oftentimes just wish to vanish into thin air. Alas, the odds have always been against this spiky loner – its sweetness and freshness have taken the world by storm. Spearmint tea has a pleasant and perky aroma. Its friendship with food goes a long way back. A hint of mint in food will give an awesome flavor.
A few drops of spearmint essential oil will bring new, fresh energy into your home. It will make you focus, become more task-oriented and refreshed without losing any of its sweetness and tenderness in the process. A drop or two in creams, balms or rubs will help you stay awake and energized, but at the same time ease pain and discomfort as well. It has become a household name for homemade toothpastes – mint is refreshing and antiseptic. For the same reasons, a few drops will enhance the flavor of your homemade mouthwash. Plus, add some to your favorite shampoo, lotion or soap to spice them up. Mint is a much coveted ingredient in household cleaning products for its scent and antiseptic properties.
Country of Production: Croatia
Country of Origin: India
Cultivation Method: Organic
Extraction Method: Steam distillation of stems and leaves
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