Mint (Mentha piperita) is one of the most popular herbs which is used for centuries in folk medicine. In modern medicine, the Mint is used against many pains, aches, inflammation and infection, for making tea, preparing essential oils, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.
Types: Besides the basic types of mint there are different types: wild mint, dark mint, the English mint ...
Mint is often utilized in dried up state, generally tree, blossom and leaf. It's utilized like a flavoring, to save the herbal tea, for inhalation, the preparation of essential herbal oils, bath, making lining and in addition to beauty products. It's not suggested to cook the mint, just overflow with warm water.
Peppermint tea could be consumed as a refreshing drink, both in wintertime and summer season.
Peppermint can be used as a pleasant, mild and harmless cure for relaxing, anti-gas, stomach ache and cramping pains, It is serious against digestive function. Like a stomachic, mint herbal tea became the main treatment of bile. Mint essential oils has a low pain killinig features and nice fragrance that refreshes, which is the reason why it's used against disgust and vomiting. When mint oils are mixed with alcohol, the mix is used against pain of neuralgia, rheumatism and cold. Menthol stimulates the pores and skin to easily evaporate and relax. Peppermint can be used for soothing nerves and against neural disarrangement, head ache, ringing in the ears, anxiety and hypochondria, a fever, weakness and foot sweating. It removes the gases, belching, vomiting, stomach cramps and uterus, improves blood circulation, cures colds, hoarseness and cough. Distillation of the mint to produce essential oils that are a multi-use value in the treatment of various diseases.
Mint is available in almost every store, pharmacy or herbal pharmacy (tea bags or in bulk).
For the threatment with mint in more severe disease, during pregnancy, for young children, it is necessary to consult with professionals (doctor, pharmacist, registered herbalist ...), in order to avoid unintended consequences.
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