Anyone who grows Mint knows that can be rather assertive and aggressive in the garden. Choking out other slow growers in a carpet like fashion. Constant pruning and clipping is needed to manage their growth. Luckily there are hundreds if not thousands of different uses for Mints. One of my favorites is making Sweet tea. Here is a recipe for a variety of Mint (Orange mint), that grows like a plant in Jumanji.
Harvest healthy leaves from plant clippings. Avoid plants that have been recently fertilized or under stress. The best time to harvest is before sun break, when the plant sends most of its nutrients back down to the stems.