Pudina Leaves (Mint plant) is mainly aromatic perennials and they possess erect, branching stems and oblong to ovate or lanceolate leaves arranged in opposing pairs on the stems. The leaves are often covered in tiny hairs and have a serrated margin.
Benefits of (Mint) Pudina Leaves:
- Rich in Nutrients.
- May Improve Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
- May Help Relieve Indigestion.
- Could Improve Brain Function.
- May Decrease Breastfeeding Pain.
- Subjectively Improves Cold Symptoms.
- May Mask Bad Breath.
- Easy to Add to Your Diet.
Adding mint is a great way to add flavor to a dish or beverage without adding excessive calories, sugar or sodium. Mint leaves are a tender herb (along with cilantro and basil), with gentle stems. It is best to use the leaves raw or added at the end of cooking in order to maintain the delicate flavor and texture. Consequently, Mint is commonly used to flavor Middle Eastern dishes, such as soups, and vegetable salads.