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Peppermint tea benefits are widely-acknowledged the world over.

An herb prized for its medicinal benefits and distinctive flavor, peppermint (Mentha piperata) is a naturally occurring hybrid of spearmint (M. spicata) and water mint (M. aquatica). Unlike other mints, however, peppermint contains in its healing volatile oil the powerful therapeutic ingredient menthol, as well as menthone, menthyl acetate and some 40 other compounds.

Dried peppermint leaves are used to make a minty, refreshing tea that is highly satisfying both hot and cold. A native of the Mediterranean, peppermint leaves were often used to crown luminaries in ancient Greece and Rome. It continues to be revered for its refreshingly light aroma, as well as its natural, caffeine-free taste.

As well having superior flavor, peppermint tea possesses the following health benefits:

  • Peppermint tea treats irritable bowel syndrome
  • Peppermint tea eases nausea and vomiting
  • Peppermint tea controls flatulence and diverticular disorders
  • Peppermint tea improves digestion and reduce heartburn
  • Peppermint tea dissolves gallstones
  • Peppermint tea reduces the severity of herpes outbreaks
  • Peppermint tea fights bad breath
  • Peppermint tea controls muscle aches and chronic pain
  • Peppermint tea clears congestion and cough related to colds and allergies
  • Peppermint tea controls mild asthma
  • Peppermint tea fights stress

    Peppermint tea is a rich source of Vitamin C. Thus, drinking the herbal infusion may have a good role in helping strengthen the body's immune system by keeping viruses and bacteria at bay. Read here to know more about Vitamin C.

    Peppermint tea is great decongesting agent as its helps clear air passageways from mucuous. Aside from drinking the herbal infusion, inhaling peppermint steam may also give relief from breathing difficulties. Find out which other teas and tisanes are good for cough.

    Peppermint has high levels of the mineral manganese. Manganese functions as an antioxidant that seeks free radicals in the body and helps neutralize them. It also plays an important role in promoting the proper growth of bone structure. Get more information on manganese here.

    Peppermint contains a good amount of the amino acid tryptophan. Tryptophan is a key player in the production of the mood-regulating chemical serotonin. So this may partially explain why our mood often improves and is uplifted whenever we drink a nice hot cup of peppermint tea. Go here for more info on tryptophan.

    Peppermint is a good source of Omega-3 fatty acids. While mostly obtained from fish like salmon and mackerel, omega-3 is also abundant in herbs like peppermint and fruits like kiwi. Omega-3 increases levels of good cholesterol in the body and hence has been dubbed one of nature's heart-friendly substances.

    Peppermint Essential Oil, when applied on the temple and areas in the head, may help relieve headaches, migraines and other pains. Read here for more info on the pain-relieving properties of peppermint oil.

    The quality of the water used to make peppermint tea is very important. It is believed that the water used must be free of contaminants and contain enough oxygen to enhance the natural flavor of the tisane. Peppermint tea made with pure water yield a clean, minty flavor and a drink that is aesthetically pleasant.
  • These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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