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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Mentha aquaticaWater MintLamiaceae or LabiataeM. hirsuta.33
Mentha arvensisCorn Mint, Wild mintLamiaceae or LabiataeM. austriaca.32
Mentha arvensis piperascensJapanese MintLamiaceae or Labiatae 32
Mentha arvensis villosaAmerican Wild MintLamiaceae or LabiataeM. canadensis. L.32
Mentha asiaticaAsian MintLamiaceae or Labiatae 32
Mentha australis Lamiaceae or Labiatae 02
Mentha cervinaHart's PennyroyalLamiaceae or Labiatae 32
Mentha cunninghamia Lamiaceae or LabiataeM. consimilis.02
Mentha diemenica Lamiaceae or LabiataeM. gracilis.22
Mentha longifoliaHorsemintLamiaceae or LabiataeM. sylvestris. M. incana.22
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