Mint Tea #1331
Mint Tea is made from naturally dried mint leaves from the Zhejiang province in China. By pouring hot water over a small number of leaves, you can enjoy the fresh aroma and taste of this non-caffeinated tea. Mint tea is known to settle a nervous stomach as well as freshen your breath.
Peppermint contains menthol, which can freshen breath and has a variety of medicinal properties. It can relieve abdominal pain and gallbladder problems such as cramps. It also has antiseptic, diuretic, anti-phlegm, stomachic, and digestive effects. Drinking large amounts of peppermint tea can cause insomnia. But in small doses, it can improve sleep.
2 grams of peppermint leaf, 5 grams of tea leaves, brewed in boiling water, treats “wind-heat empathize,” [feverish headaches, red eyes,] as well as abdominal distension.
You can brew mint tea with a cup of boiling water, either cold or hot. When brewing mint tea, you can mix in other flowers and herbs to enhance the taste. The easiest way is to make a full-flavored mint black tea with a pack of black tea bags. Don't forget to add some honey.
Drinking mint tea, the brewing method is the same as ordinary tea, you can use the menthol and menthone in the mint to relieve wind and heat [nerve irritation and pain], and the tea has a cooling sensation, and it is good medicine for clearing heat. It encourages diuresis.