We are all familiar with mint. Mint has an important place in the green spices used every day. Coriander sauce looks mild without mint. It grows easily everywhere we go. It smells like a nice scent. Mint is very useful as a medicine. Mint may be given even more priority than Tulsi.
Analysis of elements
1. Jalatatva - 83.00%
2. Protein - 4.80%
3. Fat - 0.60%
4. Carbohydrate - 8.00%
5. Mineral substances - 1.60%
6. Fiber - 2.00%
7. Calcium - 0.20%
8. Phosphorus - 0.08%
9. Iron - 15.60 mg Per 100 grams
10. Vitamin A - 2700 AP. Per 100 grams in Ra unit
11. calories - 57 per 100 grams
Mint is flavorful, palatable, heart-warming, diuretic, expectorant and normalizes excessive bowel movements. It cures indigestion, diarrhea and cough. It is an anti-inflammatory, anti-inflammatory, anti-inflammatory and anthelmintic. It prevents vomiting and diarrhea. To some extent it is also biliary. Increases digestion and appetite.
(1) To satisfy hunger: Drink four teaspoons (about half a cup) of mint, basil, pepper and ginger every morning.
(2) On daily fever: Drink mint and basil juice twice daily in the morning and at night.
(3) Drink a decoction of mint and basil for a few days even in case of chills.
(4) Fresh mint juice with honey every two hours helps to control any fever.
(5) Fresh mint juice is beneficial in digestive complaints like indigestion, indigestion and vomiting.
(6) On stomach ache: Add one teaspoon of mint juice, one teaspoon of ginger juice and drink it twice a day.
(7) In cold, salakham and pinas (nasal decay) put two-three drops of mint juice in the nose two-three times a day.