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Who used wild mint?
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What is National Wild Turkey Federation 300 Weatherby Magnum mint condition worth?
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Why is mint called mint?
Mint has two forms. There's the mint used in food and the mint that makes money. Mint: first used in 1540 from the word "minter" which means "one who stamps coins to create money" which was first used in the early 12th century. Mint: aromatic herb from Old English "minte" used in the 8th century. The Latin and Greek words "menta" or "mentha" are their words for the palnt.
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What do you say for potheena leaves in English?
mint leaves Botanical Name(s): Mentha Arvensis, Pipertia Family Name: Lamiaceae Kingdom: Plantae Division: Magnoliophyta Class: Magnoliopsida Order: Lamiales Family: Lamiaceae Genus: Mentha Species: M. piperita Popular Name(s): Field Mint, Corn Mint, Japanese Mint, Wild Mint, Pudina. Parts Used: Whole Plant, Oil. Habitat: Found through out India.
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When someone says they are mint what does it mean?
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What is the difference between mint and an used postage stamp?
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Why do most toothpastes taste like mint when that is a turnoff to most children?