Is Vietnamese mint good for you?

Is Vietnamese coriander good for you?

Vietnamese coriander contains chemicals called flavonoids. These chemicals work as antioxidants. Vietnamese coriander also contains a chemical that seem to stop cancer cells from growing.

What are the medicinal properties of Vietnamese coriander?

Medicinal uses

According to Vietnamese experts, Vietnamese Coriander has a bitter and spicy taste, is nontoxic, and can detoxify food. They claim that it can be used to treat swellings, acne, indigestion, flatulence, and stomachaches.

How often should you water Vietnamese mint?

Plant the stems out at 5 cm intervals. Cover lightly with Yates Seed Raising Mix and water well. Water regularly. Once new leaves emerge, feed weekly with Yates Thrive Vegie and Herb Liquid Plant Food.

Does Vietnamese mint like full sun?

Climate: all climates. Soil: prefers moist soil. Position: full sun to part shade.

Can you freeze Vietnamese mint?

You could also freeze the leaves for a rainy day or dry them out. For the former, remove the leaves from the stem and lay on baking trays in the freezer. Once frozen, pack loosely into freezer bags making sure you don’t crush them too much but do expel as much air as you can.

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