Mint is an herbaceous aromatic plant of the family Labiatae of temperate regions. It has fragrant flowers, white or fibrous, forming inflorescence like cob.


It has pharmaceutical properties.

It has been used since ancient times until today as an aromatic in cooking, wine-making and in the pharmaceutics.

Traditionally it has been used for:

  • For the relief of rheumatisms
  • Against dyspepsia, vertigo, cough, cold, sore throats.
  • The essential oil for gargles in gingivitis, tonsillitis, and inflammations of the nasopharynx.
  • As a calming, to calm the various consequences of the stretched nerves.
  • For concentration improvement
  • As a natural aphrodisiac


Mint refreshes and tones the skin. It relaxes muscles and relieves tired legs. It is also used as an anti-irritant and aromatic in candies for sore throats.