Peppermint (Mentha x piperita L.) is a perennial herbaceous plant from the Lamiaceae family. It can grow up to 80 cm, the stem is bare and branched in the upper part, and the leaves are opposite. Small pale pink flowers are gathered in dense spike-like inflorescences at the top of the plant.

They bloom from June to August, and the leaves, as well as the entire aerial plant, can be used for medicinal purposes.

Mint has been cultivated from Japan to Egypt, and its many phytotherapeutic uses include the treatment of digestive, menstrual and respiratory ailments. The essential oil contains triterpenes, carotenoids, phenolic acids and a variable composition of flavonoids. It has an antibacterial and antiviral effect, stimulates the nervous system and raises blood pressure, and has a local analgesic effect. It is used for migraines and headaches, respiratory infections, and low blood pressure.

Price in EUR:

Styrofoam container with 60 holes: 0.50
Styrofoam container with 160 holes: 0.15
FI10: 1.50
FI14: 3.00

Price in HRK:

Styrofoam container with 60 holes: 3.77
Styrofoam container with 160 holes: 1.13
FI10: 11.30
FI14: 22.60

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