Brandy Mint, Lammint, Garden mint
A majority of the Witchlist's Garden include naturalized species that now live across the globe, for history's sake and to ensure we recognize any appropriation that we may make in our use of a plant, we include it's nativity.
Leaves (and stems) can be harvested (and propogated) whenever they look happy and healthy
Divinities & Mythos
Any, Wreaths and crowns are common among many cultures
Over the course of millenia, various religions, physical sciences, diviners and star gazers, etc. have come to assign energies. This is perfectly synopsized by JD Walker in A Witch's Guide to Wildcraft:
Plants can be hot, cold, wet, or dry. They are assigned to or governed by one of seven (or nine [by including the Moon and Sun], depending on your outlook) heavenly bodies. People assigned these characteristics based on where a plant grew, what it looked like, and what effect it had on the humans and animals that came in contact with the plant.
Element(s): Air, Fire
Chakra(s): Third Eye, Throat
Warning: Potential Drug Interactions + Heartburn Potential
Due to the various types of mints, some have drug interactions - peppermint and spearmint are generally considered safe but some varietals can have drug interactions.
Mints can cause increased digestive issues such as heartburn.
Clearing the Way
Talk to your Doctor/Medical Professional before adding any Supplements, herbal teas, Infusions, etc.
Part of the reason that we list medical jargin is because many plants can interfere with or even counteract medications we already take or it can exacerbate ailments we already have.
When talking to your Medical Professional, we suggest asking what "actions" an herb might do to interfere
with your health, either positive of negative. For example, if you suffer from heartburn, a Cholagogue which creates more bile may not be advantageous. Too much of a good thing, eh?