Liquid menthol is an herbal spice used in herbal medicines and has been used to treat pain, depression, anxiety and insomnia for centuries.
The most popular flavor of menthol for medicinal purposes is the mint flavor, which is usually made from the leaves of the mint plant.
The mint flavor is a natural mint flavoring that is also used to flavor other types of mints such as basil, mint, lemon, grapefruit and more.
In its natural state, mint is a very mild, green, slightly acidic flavor with a pleasant aftertaste.
The mint flavor can also be used to make mint chocolates and to flavor gum and chewing gum.
However, the mint taste is more pronounced when smoked.
To make menthal caps, the first step is to soak the mint leaves for at least an hour.
Then, add the mint juice, salt and pepper to a bowl, and mix it well with a fork.
Add water to the mix and let it sit at room temperature for five to 10 minutes.
Once it has cooled down, add more mint juice and let sit at that temperature for an additional 15 to 30 minutes.
After this time, you can use a mortar and pestle to grind the mint.
You can make a menthol paste using the mint paste, which you can store in the refrigerator for a couple of days.
After the mint has dried, it will thicken and become more smooth.
The final product should be a light yellow color.
You can also make a flavored menthol syrup using the paste.
The next step is making menthol gum and using the mixture to flavor chewing gum or gum.
To make menth gum, you add mint and a pinch of salt to a medium bowl.
You then add 1-2 tablespoons of menth extract to the mint, and stir it with a wooden spoon for about 10 seconds to help dissolve the mint and the mint extract.
Then you add a tablespoon of water to give the minty taste.
After you have finished the mint gum, use a fork to crush the mint in the mortar and add the mixture of mint extract and water to a blender or food processor.
You should end up with a smooth, creamy minty-smooth gum.
Once the mint is crushed, add in some ice water to thicken it and the next step will be to blend it.
You will want to blend the mint until it is very smooth and thick, about 1 minute at a time.
After blending, you will want a smooth mixture of the gum and mint, about 15 minutes at a go.
After blending, the final product will look like a thin, glossy paste.
To serve it, you should use it as a flavor base and you can also add more flavoring to the mixture by adding a pinch or two of salt or a tablespoon or two more mint extract to it.