The Benefits of Mint Tea

the power of mint tea

Fever Reducer: mint tea has menthol as a main component, so drinking the tea can cause external sweating, while the menthol cools down your body inside. This essentially “breaks” a  fever , and can reduce the associated inflammation and discomfort.

Digestive Health: It is not only a carminative, but also an analgesic, so it reduces the associated pain of cramps, bloating, and indigestion. This is due to its calming effects on the intestines and smooth muscles of the digestive tract. Diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, and constipation can all be improved with this tea, as it brings the entire system to more optimal activity levels.

Nausea and Vomiting: mint tea is antispasmodic, so it reduces the chances of vomiting and nausea, even in cases of motion sickness on a boat or a plane. It also reduces the stomachaches and queasiness associated with motion sickness, and its anti-inflammatory qualities can return your stomach to normal.

Respiratory Issues: As an antispasmodic, it can also relieve you of that irritating sensation that makes you want to cough, thereby exacerbating your respiratory condition. By relaxing the muscles of the throat and chest, you can eliminate that aspect of cold and flu symptoms.

Immune System: mint tea has known antibacterial properties against bacteria which are the cause of illnesses including fevers, coughs, and colds. Not only can drinking this delicious tea help you treat the symptoms of being ill, it can also prevent your body from getting sick in the first place!

Bad Breath: The strong, mentholated flavor and antibacterial quality of peppermint tea make it an ideal way of improving your breath.

Stress Levels: The natural sedative and antispasmodic nature of menthol makes it very good at relieving mental stress.

Word of Caution: It is a powerful type of tea, and although it does have the wide range of health benefits explained above, there are still some possible side effects. The menthol can act as an allergen to some people, and can cause heartburn in others. Both of the reactions are typically mild, but consulting a doctor about possible allergies is always a good idea. Besides that, grab some peppermint leaves and get brewing!

the benefits of mint tea

Here is my sharing of this organic Mint I plant at my garden, it’s really good for soothing and relaxing your body and mind. It’s really good sensation to drink during summer or hot day when you can’t drink iced beverage. Well, It’s a choice to be.
If you want more variety taste can add on some honey ,lemon,lime, strawberry, watermelon …anything you like as well.

” Menthol also has a cooling effect and can help relieve a sore throat, especially when combined with tea. Indigestion and gas: Mint is a calming and soothing herb that has been used for thousands of years to aid with upset stomach or indigestion.”

I can tell this is a very good natural remedy , cheers. Thanks for watching


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