Mint is a plant species, which includes 42 species. They all contain a lot of menthol and are very aromatic. Due to this, they are often used in medicine, cooking and horticulture.
Ironically, different types of mint have different odors, because they contain their own set of essential oils, and in general they possess various chemical compositions. But they are all very pleasing, and attract not only people but also animals. Suffice it to recall at least cat mint (her smell, by the way, causes physical pleasure in cats). Continue reading
The virus is an infectious agent that does not have a cellular structure, and is capable of reproducing only within cells of living organisms. For this they are referred to obligatory parasites.
They exist wherever there is life. And they are at the same time the most numerous form of life. Their study is practiced by science of virology. Continue reading
Flies are very common flying two-winged insects. They inhabit practically all warm areas of the planet, delivering many problems to living organisms, including people. After all, flies are the carriers of many dangerous diseases. Continue reading