Sale priceRs. 309.00


Mint is a perennial herb with very fragrant, fruity, aromatic, toothed leaves. As well as kitchen companions, mints are used as garden accents, ground covers, air fresheners, and herbal medicines.

Uses & Benefits of Podina
  • Pudina is used as a carminative and an expectorant.
  • The plant is highly effective in treating headaches, rhinitis, cough sore throat, colic, prurigo and vomiting.
  • It serves as a good blood cleanser, since it is antiseptic and anti-bacterial.
  • Pudina plays a significant role in alleviating swollen gums, mouth ulcers and toothaches.
  • Crushed and bruised pudina leaves are used in treating insect bites.
  • A decoction and infusion of its leaves and stems helps in fever, stomachaches, dysmenorrheal and diuresis.
  • Fresh leaves of pudina are crushed and sniffed for dizziness. Crushed leaves are also applied on the forehead and temple, to cure headaches.
  • For toothaches, boil 6 tablespoons of pudina leaves in 2 glasses of water, for 15 minutes. Strain and cool the water. Divide it into two parts and take each part after 3 to 4 hours.
  • Boil 6 tablespoons of chopped leaves in 2 glasses of water, for 15 minutes. Cool and strain. Divide the decoction into 3 parts and consume three times a day. This will help in treating coughs.
  • For treating arthritis, take some fresh leaves and heat on low flame. Pound them and apply on the painful joints or muscles, when still warm.
  • Soak 2 tablespoons of chopped leaves in a glass of hot water for 30 minutes and strain. Use the infusion as a mouthwash.
  • The menthol extracted from the plant is used in preparing balms.
Dimensions of Potted Plant: L x B x H ~ 7" x 7" x 11"
Growth Medium: Soil
Pot Description: Round Plastic Pot

    Common Names

    Field Mint, Wild Mint, Corn Mint • Assamese: podina • Hindi: पुदीना pudina •Kannada: chetamargugu, chetni-marugu • Malayalam: putina, puttina, puttityana • Manipuri: নুংশী হিদাক nungshi-hidak • Tamil: iyeccirkirai, kumarakamuli • Telugu: igaenglikoora, igaenglikura

    Native Region

    Central and Eastern Europe, Western & Central Asia

    Botanical Name

    Mentha Arvensis


    Lamiaceae (Mint family)


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