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Mint Herb

About Mint 

The summer leaves that everyone loves to enjoy in India’s sweltering heat, mint has well earned its popularity in Indian cuisines. It is used in teas, sauces, salads, our famous biryanis and lassis. Not just this, mint is also used for many spiritual purposes too.

Mint is referred to as ‘pudina’ in Hindi. It is a name given to over a dozen plants belonging to the mentha genus all having a common cooling sensation in them due to the chemical menthol. The plant is a perennial and found in many kitchen gardens growing happily. Its distinctive pungent smells gives away the identity of the plant.

The leaves and tender shoots of the plant are generally harvested in the summer times to make a variety of dishes. They are used in multiple recipes to bring a distinct flavor and also aid in digestion.

When it comes to magical benefits, mint is said to bring in wealth, keep negativity at bay and also lure in love.

Use mint in the following way

  • Drink mint tea as it will bring good luck.
  • Plant it around the house to protect against negativity. Also, plus point is that it keeps away insects and mosquitoes.
  • Place the herb under a pillow to bring in messages from the Divine and Universe.
  • The plant can be placed in the bedroom near any window to ward off nightmares and evil spirits.
  • Keep the dried herbs near the office desk to bring in abundance and prosperity at work.
  • It is also kept around sick people to drive off negative energy from sickness.


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