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Like peppermint, it’s mainly eaten raw or the oils are used for flavoring confectionery (lollies and sweets), desserts, and added to foods and drinks for its flavoring. It is even used to flavor toothpaste. It grows the same as peppermint normally in damp fields or on roadsides and looks similar in appearance. 

It consists of many vitamins and minerals, and the following compounds like beta-carotene, beta-sitosterol, acetic-acid, acetophenone, alpha-pinene, alpha-terpineol, apigenin, arginine, benzaldehyde, benzyl-alcohol, borneol, calcium, carvacrol, carvone, caryophyllene, diosmin, oleanolic-acid, perillyl-alcohol, ethanol, eugenol, farnesol, geraniol, hesperidin, limonene, luteolin, menthol, methionine, niacin, pulegone, rosmarinic-acid, terpinen-4-ol, thiamin, thymol, tryptophan, ursolic-acid.

Medical Uses
General Remedies: Like peppermint but has a milder taste. It has also similar medical properties as peppermint is generally used for stomach conditions and diuretic properties. 

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