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Mint Freshness


All of us agree that food is delicious. Food have different tastes: sour, sweet, salty, hot, cold...
Let's imagine some kinds of food. Do you like tea? or Chocolate or ice cream ...Have you tried them with some mint leaves?
Yummy.. heh? so sure mint spreaded a cold fresh feeling in your mouth.




And since Science has infinite limits in finding the mystery of illusions, we would like you to think mint with us and visit our wiki to find out the answer of the following question:



"Why does mint make our mouth feel cold?"






Now, fasten your seat belts to start your scientific minty trip 

and enjoy learning with us, but don't  forget to learn:


                         " How Do Our Scientists Think ?"                                                         



Comments (1)

Miss Yusser said

at 9:50 am on May 1, 2011

WELCOME on BOARD Students :)

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