Mint, a perennial plant from the Lamiaceae family. All species are highly aromatic, most of them contain a lot of menthol. The name comes from the name of the nymph Minfa (or Mint), the patroness of Mount Mente in Elis, the beloved of the god of the underworld, Hades. Hades' wife Persephone turned her into a plant - a fragrant mint. Mint is a plant that is widely used in folk medicine and pharmaceuticals, in cooking, cosmetology, perfumery and other fields. Several centuries ago, people began to brew tea from this herb. This culture helps to cope with various diseases, and the presence of a pleasant smell of menthol gives the plant a refreshing and tonic effect.