Mint Tea

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Mint Tea
BY Claire ON 12 Jan 2022

Mint Tea

For many years, health advocates have been punting green drink recipes as a way to combat health issues such as bloat, indigestion, nausea and for just some good old fashioned detoxing. As we start our new year, many people want a way to get their bodies out of that festive funk and back onto the right track.

Mint Tea For You And Me

A variety of green herbs have been used for centuries around the world to help with ailments such as headaches and constipation, as well as to aid with a good night’s sleep. Mint (which includes spearmint and peppermint), has long been purported to have a cooling effect on the body’s digestive system.

There are many ways to include mint into your diet, from salads and sauces to brewing a soothing cup of tea. For immediate relief of nausea, it is best to chew on a mint leaf. Studies have shown that mint can also help ease the symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome or IBS. It is naturally caffeine and sugar-free, so if you are looking for a healthier alternative to your daily cup of coffee or tea, a mint drink is a way to go.

Keep Your Body In Mint Condition

Mint tea is well-known for its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, which can help strengthen the immune system. Not only that, but the smell of mint can also impact us in a positive way, helping to ease tension headaches and boosting our mental focus and concentration. So, before you reach for a painkiller or that caffeine fix, try chewing on some mint or adding it to a cup of boiling water. A cup a day won’t lead you astray!