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Natural mint?
Date: 2/3/2017
Natural mint
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AskDocWeb: Which mint do you have in mind? There are so many varieties. Here are just a few:
  • Apple Mint smells like green apples
  • Chocolate Mint smells and tastes like mint chocolate chip ice cream!
  • Curly Mint is a spearmint scented mint with twisted leaves
  • Ginger Mint smells faintly of ginger, with rounded leaves that have a lighter colored vein in the center of the leaf
  • Grapefruit Mint ? has a sharp bitter taste of grapefruit
  • Mountain Mint gets about 3-4 ft tall and has a mild vanilla mint scent
  • Orange Mint has rounded leaves that are scented with a sharp orange peel scent
  • Pennyroyal Mint ? Pennyroyal is a specialty mint most often used for keeping insects off pets. It has a high amount of pugelone, a compound that may cause uterine contractions. For this reason, it should not be used by women that are pregnant or could become pregnant.
  • Peppermint
  • Pineapple Mint has fuzzy leaves that are often variegated with a cream colored edging, and it tastes and smells like pineapple
  • Reginald?s Mystery ? a larger upright variety, similar in appearance to Zazu, but without the chocolate scent
  • Spearmint
  • Zazu?s Mystery ? which is just like Chocolate Mint, but creeping
The market is full of products made with mint; tooth paste, chewing gum, breath fresheners, deodorant, candy and inhalers. These are just a few of the products that have mint as their base element. And of course there is also tea. What is your favorite?

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