Super Mint to Counter Joint Inflammation

Mint is a common natural source of Rosmarinic Acid (RA), a chemical compound that has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

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Wow! would I like to have some of that super mint for my arthritic PPID insulin resistant mare. Where could I get some? Dried or seeds? I'd be willing to grow some. I just ordered (from Springtime) Buglossoides arvensis seed oil which has 1% mint oil. I will contact the UK manufacturers re using this super mint instead.

frances ceraolo more than 1 year ago

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