Mentha spicata

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Noun1.Mentha spicata - common garden herb having clusters of small purplish flowers and yielding an oil used as a flavoringMentha spicata - common garden herb having clusters of small purplish flowers and yielding an oil used as a flavoring
spearmint oil - an aromatic oil obtained from the spearmint plant
mint - any north temperate plant of the genus Mentha with aromatic leaves and small mauve flowers
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Mentha piperita, is a medicinally important plant and commonly known as peppermint is a hybrid of Mentha spicata (spearmint) and Mentha aquatica (watermint).
The EOs were obtained from the leaves (approximately 2 Kg of fresh leaves) of mint (Mentha spicata L.) and surinam cherry (Eugenia uniflora L.) by steam trawling in a Clevenger type distiller (model MA480--Marconi) at the Laboratory of Natural Products of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology, at the Biosciences Institute of Botucatu in the Paulista State University "Julio de Mesquita Filho".
One family, Labiatae had two host plant species, Mentha longifolia and Mentha spicata both carrying one similar aphid species, Aphis affinis.
The effect of inhalation of Citrus sinensis flowers and Mentha spicata leave essential oils on lung function and exercise performance: a quasi-experimental uncontrolled before-and-after study.
It is isolated from various mint plants species such as Mentha piperita, Mentha canadensis, Mentha arvensis, and Mentha spicata [1].
Carvone is a monoterpene found as the main active component of several essential oils, such as mint (Mentha spicata L.), dill (Anethum graveolens L.), caraway (Carum carvi L.), and lemon grass (Lippia alba) [30].
Mentha spicata is the Latin name for which garden herb?
Fortra is a water-soluble plant extract derived from a proprietary variety of Mentha spicata L.
Zingiber officinale Allium sativum Mentha spicata and Ocimum basilicum have been studied against fish bacterial pathogens using agar disc diffusion method.