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Fresh mint

We have new crop fresh mint of premium quality. We are able to offer and export Moroccan mint in different forms If you have any inquiry regarding our range of products or for further information do not hesitate to contact us

For those wanting to reduce their sugar intake, or who are cutting out sugar for health reasons, drinking mint tea with its slight natural sweetness and uplifting aroma, is a great hydrating alternative to drinking sugar-laden colas, fruit juice and soft drinks.If you are looking for a bit of a pick me up, why not try our quenching Moroccan Mint Green Tea. Served all day and night with meals in , every cup of this wonderfully reviving tea is said to be a refreshing surprise. Try our aromatic blend of gunpowder green tea and spearmint leaves drunk as it is or with a little drop of honey, Moroccan style!

To make mint tea, cut your mint plants in mid-summer. Harvest the mint in the morning on a warm, dry day and cut the plant back to about half its original size. Young, small leaves make better tea than older leaves, which can become bitter. Gather the mint export sprigs together and tie them with twine. Place the bundles in brown paper bags and hang them in a warm, dry place with good air circulation.Eating fresh mint leaves or any dish containing mint can help to stimulate your salivary glands, which triggers increased bile secretions to aid digestion. The University of Maryland Medical Center discovered that mint enables more efficient bile flow, and helps to relax the muscles of the digestive tract.

It is thought that the aroma of a hot cup of peppermint tea acts positively on our olfactory system.Mint tea can be made solely with peppermint leaves, but you can also combine peppermint with spearmint leaves to make double mint export. Some people even combine peppermint with other herbal ingredients to create unique blends. There could be many applications of this including helping with tension headaches as the natural menthol oil vapours released from the leaves can help relax tense cranial muscles and relieve pain. The mint family is a truly ancient class of plants containing over 30 different species and has been part of the culinary and medicinal world for thousands of years. The name comes from the Greek nymph Menthe who was turned into a plant by Persephone and sprigs of mint have even been found in ancient Egyptian tombs

If you find yourself flagging mid-afternoon, instead of reaching for a sugary soft drink, try drinking a calorie free cup of mint export tea instead. Your blood-sugar levels will be more stable and you will be avoiding the dreaded energy crash that comes after a spike in your insulin.Mint has a numbing, calming effect, making it an ideal drink to relieve anxiety, depression or headaches. Try combining it with chamomile for a double-shot of calm. Mint has even been found to lower blood sugar, an important consideration for anyone with type 2 diabetes. Consult your doctor, though, if you take medication to control blood sugar. Combining medications with mint tea may lower blood sugar too much, causing hypoglycemia (low blood sugar)