Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Our Organically Grown Garden Mint

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Peppermintt is being very persistent this year to invade our garden and we try to encourage it to do so :).
Therefore more earth-friendly products with peppermint are coming, besides ones that we already offer (see some of them below). Growing our own herbs is one step further to sustainable and eco-friendly business practices. Although this peppermint is not certified organic, but at least we know for sure that it was not treated in any way and can assure that it is organically grown.

On Etsy or Store

On Etsy or Store

On Etsy or Store

9 comments:

ingermaaike said...

All of the shop looks heavenly but must I choose then it will be this one http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=44391771

TonyaUtkina said...

Sasha and Veronika,
peppermints are known to be invasive!:) Although it smells great, we have the same problem with our garden. Our mint is everywhere!:) But it's a great herb nonetheless!
Tonya

Sasha and Veronika said...

Thank you for you comments.
ingermaaike you are right. Our vanilla patchouli Body Butter is really very popular and good choice of yours ;)

ViSart-DaLi Designs said...

Love mint! yours looks great!!!

Arctida said...

I love peppermint! The smell is divine and the chemical composition has some really wonderful properties for the human body :)

Flowersbyirene said...

Your products are awesome and make me feel like buying all of them!
Love your photos as well!

SocksAndMittens said...

It is so wonderful to be able to grow your own herbs! Your mint looks lovely

Cara Nitz said...

We have mint also in our organic garden, but I could sure use some more ideas on what to do with it. Any suggestions? Thanks!

Sasha and Veronika said...

Cara, you can make a great refreshing tea from fresh or dried leaves. Also, if you make a tincture with alcohol and dilute it with water - it will make wonderful astringent facial toner! If you infuse the Peppermint in your vinegar for about 1 month it will add delicate touch to the taste of your salad or any other dish that vinegar can be used in.

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