Mint... a Plant of Blessings!

@Mitraa (3187)
May 20, 2008 12:15pm CST
I think almost all must have used mint leaves in some applications of our diet. This spicy plant is more useful more particularly in Summer season. A twig of mint in our drinking water bottle regularly is very useful for smooth digestion of food. Besides this, its application in salad and chutney is more popular. Planting some mint twigs in our kitchen garden also makes avilable fresh leaves. Do you take the benefit of mint leaves often? Please discuss.
3 responses
@sunita64 (6470)
• India
21 May 08
Mint chatney is even my favorite, we do make the jaljira from the chatni of mint which is a good coolant for summars, the only thing which is added to chatney is cold water with a pinch of salt and dried grounded jeera is put over the drink it is really good for health.
@stephcjh (32327)
• United States
20 May 08
I don't think I have ever tasted mint leaves. I think I may have in the past but I am not sure if that is actually what it was. I like the taste of mint in some dishes but not alot. I hate to take a bite of something and taste nothing but mint. We like to eat salsa from a specific restaurant but they use too much mint and it spoils the salsa taste.
@teka44 (3423)
• Brazil
20 May 08
Hi Mitraa. Yes it is very good and I like mint in some meals. It give a special savour in the meal.