Organic nano mint or Arabic mint
Plant family: Mint family (Lamiaceae). Nanaminze is a perennial herbaceous plant native to the Mediterranean and North Africa. Like the other representatives of the mint family, the nano mint has strongly scented leaves.
As Nano mint three different types of mint are usually referred to:
- The Mentha spicata var. crispa, Morocco ‘ (also Moroccan mint ), a natural variety of curly mint (Mentha spicata var. crispa) from North Africa.
- Mentha spicata var. crispa ‘Nane’, the actual “ Nana “-Mint, like the Moroccan mint one variety the Frizzy mint , but off Middle East .
- Mentha x piperita var. piperita ‘Nana’ (also Peppermint ‘Nana’ ), a cultivated variety (hybrid) of peppermint ( Mentha x piperita ) that only vegetatively propagated is.
The name mint goes back to a Greek legend. The god Pluto, ruler of the underworld, is said to have fallen passionately in love with the beautiful nymph Mentha. His jealous wife Persephone trampled the beautiful woman into the ground. In order to save her, he transformed her into a fragrant, healing plant, the mint mentha.
The following short quote from the 9th century on the subject of the biodiversity of mint
But if one has the powers and kinds and names of the mint /
could call them all and all, so he would have to also /
know how many fish swim in the Red Sea,
or how many sparks Vulcanus, the melting god from Lemnos, /
sends up into the air from the huge meals of the Aetna. ”
Before internal or external use, please consult specialist books, a doctor or aromatherapist .
Avoid in pregnancy and small children
The effect on the soul is: stimulating, activating, invigorating, refreshing, promoting concentration, revitalizing
The effect physically: Anti-inflammatory, skin-regenerating, analgesic, metabolism-boosting, wound-healing, appetizing
Main ingredients: 60% monoterpene ketones, 15% monoterpenes, oxides and others.
Ingredients: Mentha Viridis (Spearmint) Leaf Oil, Limonene **
** natural components of essential oil