Organic Mint Tea Recipe
This is an excellent after-dinner herbal tea that we make often. Mint is an easy herb to grow indoors, on your patio, or in an herb garden. You don’t want to plant mint in your vegetable garden because it can take over the entire space. We grow it in our herb garden and it comes back stronger every year.
- Stress reduction
- Immunity boosting
- Shown to reduce sinus congestion due to its menthol properties.
- Reduces menstrual cramps
- Fights bacterial infections
- Boosts energy
- Pain reliever
- Relieves headaches. According to this study, it can relieve headaches and pain.
- Weight loss aid
- Improves Digestive health. A study also found it settles stomach discomfort in children here. In nearly 2,000 children, peppermint reduced the frequency, length, and severity of abdominal pain.
- Helps with IBS. Review the study here.
- Assist in oral health and in one study the compounds in peppermint have been shown to improve breath.
Creator: I Am Zuri
Prep Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 4 minutes
Servings: 6 servings
- 2 cups of water
- 15 freshly picked organic peppermint leaves
- Sweeten with raw manuka honey, maple syrup or stevia
Bring water to 170 degrees and steep fresh mint leaves in the water for 5 to 7 minutes.