Thanks! good advice.
Is it also safe to say that the stems are edible too, just not the roots
I also found this, altho it may vary depending on the type of Mint. Orange Mint has the least Menthol and I think Peppermint has the most.
One Serving, according to the article was based on 7/8 cup=100 grams of I guess fresh "chopped" Mint:
Moisture - 84.9 g, Protein - 4.8 g, Fat - 0.6 g, Minerals - 1.9 g, Fibre - 2 g, Carbohydrate - 5.8 g, Calcium - 200 mg, Phosphorus - 62 mg, Iron - 15.6 mg, Carotene - 1620 μg, Thiamine - 0.05 mg, Niacin - 1 mg, Riboflavin - 0.26 mg, Folic Acid (Free) - 9.7 μg, Folic Acid (Total) - 114 μg, Vitamin C - 27 mg, Magnesium - 60 mg, Copper - 0.18 mg, Manganese - 0.57 mg, Zinc - 0.44 mg, Chromium - 0.008 mg, Oxalic Acid - 33 mg, Phytin Phosphorus - 4 mg
, Energy - 48 Kcal