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Indian mint


Indian mint (satureja douglasii)

Leaves can be used for tea and the label says as a medicinal herb. It smells very nice.



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Have you tried Indian mint tea? Sounds nice. Love the smell of mint in the garden - that and the smell of basil!

12 Jul, 2009

 

Tastes just like its scent. Sweet, scented and minty . Just as pleasant hot or cold.

12 Jul, 2009

 

Indians use just milk to make their tea like we would make milky coffee, and have it very sweet too.

6 Oct, 2009

 

I'm going to try that Morgana. I have a sweet tooth.

6 Oct, 2009

 

I know this as I use to rent room off them when I was courting years ago, in a house that they too lived in too, they rent the bedrooms out, they call it cha bin ya.is how its pronounce it.

6 Oct, 2009

 

So that's where cha comes from when we say we want a cuppa cha. Thanks for the info Morgana I tried it last night and it was strangely nice.

7 Oct, 2009

 

Glad you strangely like it lol

7 Oct, 2009

 

Hb, I bought a couple of these plants today for manger troughs. Having seen pics of them on-line they appear to grow quite big! Can you tell me how big your one grew?

31 Mar, 2016



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