Mint comes from the Latin word “mentha” and means mint. According to Ancient Greek Mythology, “Minthi” was a Nymph that Hades wanted to make his mistress. Persephone was jealous, chased and trampled on her. Hades took pity on her and transformed her into a mint. It is known to have antibacterial, antimicrobial, and antiseptic action and can help relieve pain. Helps with indigestion and bloating. Mint has a place in cooking as it is used in soups, sauces, and meat dishes.