The mint syrup is made from mint. Mint is a very aromatic plant that can reach a height of 80 cm. It belongs to the Lamiaceae family. Its variety most used in phytotherapy is peppermint. It has a serratifoliée structure with square stems. Its colour is green and it is harvested annually. It is sown in spring and harvested in summer. It is found in Europe, Asia and North America.
A sip of fresh and revitalizing mint juice will transport you beyond the beaches of Senegal. To be enjoyed with sparkling or tonic water. Refreshing in the summer, comforting in the winter, it is a good source of antioxidants.
Dilute one portion of syrup in three portions of water (preferably sparkling). You can also make cocktails with milk and beer or in other cocktails with or without alcohol.
Digestive disorders: effective in cases of constipation or diarrhea.
Urinary disorders: diuretic effect.
Coughs and colds: soothing.
Pain relief: joint and muscle pain and headaches.
Respiratory problems: effective against conditions similar to bronchitis.
Against skin diseases: relieves pain caused by insect and animal bites and prevents the formation of cracks.
Store in a cool place after opening.
Cocktail of syrups