Dried Mint Leaves | Mujeza Al-Shifa | Miracle | (50 g) | 1.76oz. (pack 02)
Dried Mint Leaves | Mujeza Al-Shifa | Miracle | (50 g) | 1.76oz. (pack 02)
Dried Mint Leaves | Mujeza Al-Shifa | Miracle | (50 g) | 1.76oz. (pack 02)
Dried Mint Leaves | Mujeza Al-Shifa | Miracle | (50 g) | 1.76oz. (pack 02)
Dried Mint Leaves | Mujeza Al-Shifa | Miracle | (50 g) | 1.76oz. (pack 02)
Dried Mint Leaves | Mujeza Al-Shifa | Miracle | (50 g) | 1.76oz. (pack 02)
Dried Mint Leaves | Mujeza Al-Shifa | Miracle | (50 g) | 1.76oz. (pack 02)
Dried Mint Leaves | Mujeza Al-Shifa | Miracle | (50 g) | 1.76oz. (pack 02)
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Dried Mint Leaves | Mujeza Al-Shifa | Miracle | (50 g) | 1.76oz. (pack 02)

$22.99 USD
DESCRIPTION

Dried Mint Leaves / The mint plant (Basil Medina / Habak Medina) is a fragrant plant, a natural mint planted and prepared without the use of any chemical fertilizers, pesticides or chemicals; It contains natural substances that prevent oxidation and is rich in vitamins C.

Scientific name:

  • mint You can add mint leaves to tea, in addition to the Saudi mint is known for its international quality and pungent aroma.
  • Dried mint leaves contain many nutrients and are a good source of vitamin A in particular, which is a fat-soluble vitamin and one of the most important vitamins that maintain eye health and night vision, and mint is a rich source of antioxidants, especially when compared to other herbs and spices.
  • Antioxidants help protect the body from stress.

Dried mint or Madinah basil is also called by other names such as:

  • Zaitman, Daqqa Balat, Rock Tea, Al Waer Tea Plant, Filo, Batnaj, Basil and Al Ghubaira .

In fact, 1/3 cup or half an ounce or 14 grams of dried mint contains the following:

  • Calories: 6.
  • Fiber: 1 gram.
  • Vitamin A: %.
  • Iron: 9%.
  • Manganese: 8%.
  • Folic acid: 4.

How to prepare:

  • Add 1 tablespoon of dried mint leaves to 2 liters of water after boiling; they can be sweetened or served without sugar and drink hot or cold

Feature: 

  • Natural mint: The mint plant (Basil Medina / Habak Medina) is a fragrant plant, a natural mint planted and prepared without the use of any chemical fertilizers, pesticides or chemicals.
  • Dried natural mint: Dried mint leaves (Basil Medina) contain natural substances that prevent oxidation and are rich in vitamins C. Scientific name: mint you can add mint leaves to tea, in addition to the Saudi mint is known for its international quality and pungent aroma.
  • Wonderful taste: Dried mint leaves contain a good amount of the mineral potassium, and it tastes distinctive with or without sugar, dried mint or Madinah basil is also called by other names such as: Zaitman, Daqqa Balat, Rock Tea, Al Waer Tea Plant , Filo, Batnaj, Basil, and Al Ghubaira.
  • Excellent nutrients:Dried mint leaves contain several nutrients such as calcium, phosphorous, vitamin C D E, and small amounts of the B complex.
  • A distinctive herb: Dried mint leaves contain many nutrients and are a good source of vitamin A in particular, which is a fat-soluble vitamin.

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