It is found mainly in Europe, Asia, and Africa.
There are effects of mint. To take mint can help digestion, also can be used as a fruit juice to lower blood pressure. To smear on the skin can mitigate itching and pain. The refreshing aroma helps to relax mind and body. Mint is a very widely used herb.
There are a wide variety of mints, 600 species of native species, and 2000 species of mixed species. The picture shows apple mint, which with a sweet aroma. Swiss mint is best for making tea, Scottish mint is strong and grows fast; it is the major specious for making refined mint oil. Other varieties are spearmint, silver mint, Japanese mint, Chinese mint, British mint, Vietnamese mint, Austrian mint, pineapple mint, orange mint, chocolate mint, banana mint, peppermint, etc.
1 cup of fine sugar (sweetness adjusts itself, I don’t add sugar myself)
1 cup of water
4 cups of ice
1 cup of fresh lemon juice (3-4 lemons)
15 grams of fresh mint leaves (about a small bundle)
4 cups of cold water
1 lemon (sliced)
Tool: Blender, Cup, kettle
1. Mixed with a cup of sugar and a cup of water, and stir to mix the sugar and water.
2. Crush all of the ice in a blender (until they’re mini bite-sized pieces)
3. Add the mixed syrup, lemon juice, mint leaves and the ice cubes that were originally in the blender, then broken up into smaller pieces and all the ingredients are well combined.
4. Add the sliced lemon, and keep the lemonade in the kettle (in the juice jug)
Half chicken (can eat one meal for one family )
The same volume of peppermint as the chicken (the amount of mint can be increased or decreased depending on the taste of the individual. I prefer the rich taste of mint so the mint is more here)
Half a garlic (about three petals)
1. Prepare the ingredients; clean all the ingredient. Boil the chicken with water to clean (the chicken can be cut or not cut)
2. In the big fire, fry the garlic and chicken with the plants.
3. Put all the ingredients into a pot, add the water to the chicken, simmer until the chicken is cooked (about half an hour, you can adjust the chicken softness by cooking it longer).
A perennial herb (Summer may wither, and if the mint lives in the summer, it can continue to flourish at the beginning of the fall.)
Fertilizer: add a little nitrogen fertilizer when entering the spring and autumn.
Easy to breed: ramets, pruning, and sowing, which are very convenient to grow and easy to succeed.
Note: There are often pests in the summer. Because mint roots tend to grow sidewards, better to grow in independent flower pots or areas.