Mint is a great herb with a refreshing flavor and extraordinary health benefits. It can be used dried or fresh. They have a sweet flavor with a cool after taste. It has a strong, sharp scent. In India, it is used to make mint chutney and mint tea.
Mint leaves are the oldest and the most popular herb grown all over the world. It has a very subtle flavor and aroma. Mint is packed with menthol which acts as a remedy for indigestion and chest pains. It disperses the excess energy released due to the digestive process by opening up and activating the pores in the skin and thus pacifies the aggravated pitta. Mint leaves are rich in vitamin A and vitamin C. It is a good source of iron, magnesium and calcium. Peppermint herbs help to cure stomach aches or menstrual cramps. Also the minerals present in mint leaves helps to keep the bones strong. Dried peppermint leaves added to tea aides in digestion.
- Helps in digestion, rich in antioxidants and phytonutrients. Cures headaches and eases stress.
- Methanol in mint acts as a decongestant and helps loosen mucus collected in lungs and helps to breath easily.
- Pudhina is rich in anti- inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties and rich in salicylic acid as well that helps to treat acne and pimple on the skin.
Mint Leaves (Pudhina), Gram dal, Urad dal, Fried gram, Dry red chilies, Sesame Seeds, Curry leaves, Garlic, Hing and Himalayan Rock Salt.