Fresh peppermint for Moroccan tea
Heavy meals and digestive or oral problems can cause bad breath. Peppermint is one of the most effective natural remedies to solve this problem and it is also refreshing and very beneficial for health.
Benefits of consuming peppermint
Improves digestion Relieves stomach aches.
This herb is well known for being used in case of stomach problems. Its carminative and antispasmodic properties help reduce digestive disorders such as gas, bloating, nausea, indigestion or colic. It is also effective in relieving irritable bowel symptoms. relaxation of smooth muscles in the digestive tract. To alleviate these problems you can drink an infusion of peppermint or directly chew the leaves of this herb.
CoFight bad breath, One of its most common uses is to eliminate bad breath.
Thanks to its antibacterial and antimicrobial properties, chewing the leaves of peppermint or rinsing with a mouthwash made from this herb, ends bad breath and prevents dental hygiene problems due to excess bacteria in the mouth.
Headaches Combat headaches.
One of its great benefits is its ability to relieve headaches. To be effective, it will have to be used in two ways: Rub its oil on the skin at key points, or inhale it, in this way the hierbabuena relieves pressure, relaxes and induces calm./ p>
To improve colds and flu This herb is used to relieve symptoms of colds. p>
The menthol contained in peppermint reduces mucus, and is also effective in soothing a sore throat. The best remedy to improve breathing in cases of cold is to pour a few drops of peppermint oil into a humidifier and breathe very deeply.
Relieve skin irritation Peppermint is effective in relieving skin irritation.
Peppermint can soothe irritated skin from sunburns, insect bites, or a rash caused by poisonous plants. This requires topical application.
Contraindications of peppermint, It is not recommended during pregnancy.
It should not be used in children under 5 years of age.
May cause allergic reactions. p>
It may cause eye and nose irritation.
It is not recommended for people with disorders such as heartburn or ulcers since its ingestion can cause heartburn.
Menthol is not recommended for pregnant women.