Sunday, September 27, 2015

Health benefits of peppermint tea

A native of Europe, perennial peppermint likes warm, moist climates, and the rich soil around brooks or streams. It’s also called White Peppermint or Mitcham, from the area in England where it is cultivated for medicine.

The British drink peppermint water or peppermint spirits to ward off colds or disease at the onset.

Peppermint tea also is also for flatulence. Warm peppermint tea drunk in sips brings rapid relief from cramplike pains of the stomach and intestines, particularly when they accompanied by flatulence and foul-smelling, foamy stools. It is a good substitute for caffeine. It will help alleviate headaches during caffeine withdrawal.

A tall, cool glass of peppermint tea will ease inner tension and boost the energy. It’s a great iced tea to take in a thermos in the car for long distance drives. It relieves stress without putting the user to sleep.

A cup of hot peppermint tea will make the person warm on a cold day, while a glass of iced peppermint tea will make the person cool on a hot day.
Health benefits of peppermint tea

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