The Mersin leaf contains vitamin A, sugar, tannin in the leaf of the sturgeon which has a very nice smell. The leaves of the myrtle that grow 1 to 3 meters long and white in the Mediterranean Sea and the Mediterranean Sea in the Black Sea and Aegean coasts. It has a leathery structure and it has a pleasant smell.
Mersin leaf is also used to give flavor to meat dishes such as bay leaves. Mersin leaf is also collected in May and June and dried in a clean and non-sunshine place.
The fresh fragrances are obtained by the distillation of water vapor from the freshly collected leaves. Because of the antiseptic nature of the Mersin leaf, the water is boiled and the water obtained by distillation is offered for sale in the market. Mersin leaf hair dye is also used in making. The fruit of the tree is very sweet and fragrant because of the market is sold and eaten. If it continues to decrease day by day, a short time later, the danger of extinction of myrtle tree in the leaf of the leaves of sinaol, terpel, pinen, mirtol and resin are such substances.