Mint contains a number of vitamins and minerals. It is rich in Vitamins A and C and smaller amounts of Vitamin B2. Vitamin C is an important antioxidant and may help to decrease the risk of certain cancers such as colon and rectal cancer. Mint also contains a wide range of essential minerals such as Manganese, Copper, Iron, Potassium and Calcium
Allium Schoenoprasum (Chives)
A. schoenoprasum is a bulbous perennial forming a clump of erect narrowly cylindrical, onion-scented leaves, with rounded umbels of light purple bell-shaped flowers.
Like Rosemary, its sister herb in the Mint (Labitae) family, Sage contains a variety of volatile oils, flavonoids (including Apigenin, Diosmetin, and Luteolin), and Phenolic Acids, including the Phenolic Acid named after Rosemary, Rosmarinic acidSKU: MillSage01 Category: Herbs & Spices£0.99 – £2.50
Rosmarinus Officinalis – Rosemary
R. officinalis (Rosemarie) is a bushy shrub with a dense, leafy habit, to 2m x 2m but variable in size. Linear dark green leaves 1.5-5cm long have recurved margins and pale, felty undersides.
Flowers usually pale violet-blue and white. Flowering starts in spring but is often repeated at differing times of year.
Both habit and flower colour can be variable, from prostrate to upright, from deep blue to paler and white tones, pink or purple.SKU: 4402 Category: Herbs & Spices£5.25