A species of mint (Mentha viridis) growing in moist soil. It vields an aromatic oil. See Mint, and Mentha.
Energizing to the mind and body. It is refreshing, cooling, gently vitalizing.
(USA) Steam distilled fromt he flowering tops of the plant and having a fresh mint aroma, which reminds of a stick of chewing gum. Traditionally used for asthma, bronchitis, migraines and stress.
Latin name: Mentha spicata. Family: Labiatae. Distilled from the flowering tops from the USA. It has the familiar fragrance of chewing gum. Some traditional uses: for relieving bronchitis and sinusitis, to ease nausea and headaches, for relieving colds or flu, to stimulate, energize and relieve fatigue. Blends with: rosemary, lavender, eucalyptus, basil and jasmine. Mint Tingle, Wake Up!!! bar
common garden herb having clusters of small purplish flowers and yielding an oil used as a flavoring
A type of mint "Mentha spicata" with closely set toothed leaves and a clean spearmint flavour. Used for drinks and for flavouring.
a refreshing, cooling essential oil which is used to cleanse and tighten the pores
Aromatherapists use oil of Spearmint to energize the mind and body. Aromatherapy benefits: refreshing, cooling, vitalizing.
( Mentha viridis) A light, minty oil with an uplifting aroma in Lip Tint SPF 15.
Mentha spicata Historically this herb has been used in a similar manner as Peppermint. Although Spearmint is considered to be somewhat milder. It can be used as a mild diaphoretic and is an effective carminative to help rid the digestive tract of gas.
Spearmint chewing gum is a flavour of chewing gum that is either naturally or artificially flavored to taste like spearmint.
Spearmint (1903-1924) was an English Thoroughbred racehorse bred by Sir Tatton Sykes. He was sired by Carbine from the mare Maid of the Mint by Minting.