Pennyroyal ( Mentha pulegium )

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There are two pennyroyal supplier exporter plants that go by the name Pennyroyal, one native to Europe (called European Pennyroyal) and one native to North America (called American Pennyroyal). Both are members of the mint family and grow in temperate regions of Europe and the Americas.

Pennyroyal has pale purple flowers that grow in clusters and have small, pennyroyal exporter bright green leaves that are unlike the leaves of other plants in the mint family. It grows about 16 inches in height.

Pennyroyal herb has been used since the time of the ancient Greeks as a useful insect repellent. The oil (externally use only) has a strong minty smell and is useful for repelling fleas, flies, pennyroyal supplier and mosquitoes. In the 19th century it was used to induce abortion, because during that time abortionwas illegal. The Native Americans used it as a tea to reduce headaches.

Today, in herbal medicine, Pennyroyal herb is mainly used to aid in menstruation and to treat coughs, colds, gas, indigestion, and anxiety. Because of Pennyroyal’s reputation as an aborifacient,it has a rather unsavory reputation. pennyroyal exporter is one of those herbs that can be used safelyfor its intended purposes, when used with common sense, respect, knowledge and caution.

Mentha pulegium, more commonly known as pennyroyal, is an herbaceous perennial plant in the mint genus. Native to southern and central Europe, the plant was introduced to North America with the first European settlers pennyroyal export has since naturalized in wild, temperate regions around the world. Smaller than other types of mints, this herb creeps along the ground and spreads rapidly through its underground root system. Often found in moist soil along the edges of ponds, streams and ditches, pennyroyal grows abundantly in wild areas, though some herb gardeners also cultivate the plant.

Growing up to 12 inches (30.48 centimeters) in height, Mentha pulegium is a pennyroyal exporter plant that produces dense whorls of pink, purple or blue blossoms during mid- to late-summer. Like other plants in the genus, pennyroyal is highly aromatic and contains essential oil similar to that of other mints, though less potent. The herb's taste has been described as less pleasant and more acrid than that of spearmint or peppermint, and its smell is pungent and slightly minty.