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Mint was a Nymph before becoming herb, did you know?

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Mint was a Nymph before becoming herb, did you know?
A Greek myth has mint being named after Minthe, a water nymph, who drew the attention of Hades, God of the Underworld, when Persephone, his wife learnt of this, she turned Minthe into a herb. Mint is excellent, in the form of tea, for indigestion, nerve disorders, dizziness, sore throats, coughs, headaches and insomnia. Mint is used in many Greek dishes; Greek mint is of a superior quality, both aroma and flavour, owing to the rich soil and the warm temperatures of Greece.
Posted by moodhacker on March 18, 2017

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