Bring home this medicinal plants from Green Gini Collections.The leaves have been made into tea to treat colds or aid digestion.They can also be eaten raw.Chemical substances that can be extracted from wild mint include menthol, menthone, isomenthone, neomenthol, limonene, methyl acetate, piperitone, beta-caryophyllene, alpha-pinene, beta-pinene, tannins and flavonoids.Mint extracts and menthol-related chemicals are used in food, drinks, cough medicines, creams and cigarettes.Menthol is widely used in dental care, as a mouthwash potentially inhibiting streptococci and lactobacilli bacteria.
Light: Bright indirect light but can also tolerate some shade.
Water: Allow to dry out between waterings. Water thoroughly and allow to drain. Do not let the plant sit in water