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Peppermint is one of the most common types of herbal infusions in the world, and for good reason.
It has a whole host of benefits to it which make it the perfect drink for any time of year.
In this article, we are going to tackle 8 of the most compelling reasons to drink peppermint, plus one bonus one for good measure! Let’s get started.
Peppermint contains menthol, a natural compound that has a cooling or refreshing effect and it can even relieve symptoms of anxiety and stress.
Even the aroma of peppermint tea can help to promote calm and relaxation. Drinking peppermint tea before bedtime can help you fall asleep faster and enjoy a more restful sleep.
Peppermint can help to ease breathing in people that suffer from respiratory conditions like asthma and bronchitis. There are natural compounds found in peppermint that can dilate airways and make it easier to breathe.
Peppermint has natural decongestant properties that may be able to help relieve cold and flu symptoms like nasal congestion and cough. Peppermint can also help relieve symptoms of upper respiratory infections, making it a good natural alternative for treating the cold and flu.
Peppermint contains natural antispasmodic properties that can help relieve symptoms of indigestion, such as bloating, gas, and abdominal discomfort. This means that peppermint can be drunk to soothe the digestive system and improve digestive health.
Because peppermint has this natural, refreshing flavor, it can leave your mouth feeling cleaner and your breath fresher. This is a welcome side-effect that comes from drinking the tea, making it perfect to enjoy after a meal.
If you’re looking to increase your energy levels throughout the day without caffeine, peppermint may be your new best friend! Peppermint contains natural compounds that can help stimulate the mind and body, providing a natural and effective way to increase your energy!
In addition to soothing your body, peppermint can also help to soothe your skin. This soothing of the skin can help to reduce redness and improve skin health overtime. Drinking peppermint tea regularly can help keep skin looking healthy and radiant, which makes it a good natural alternative to skin care products.
The natural compounds in peppermint are thought to boost metabolism but also reduce appetite. This may not be enough to lose weight in and of itself, but when combined properly with diet and exercise, peppermint can be a good way to stay on top of your fitness goals.
In case you needed yet another reason to drink peppermint, it also tastes great! This cooling, refreshing flavor is loved by people all over the world in the form of gum, candy and herbal infusions. If you want to stick to the more natural side of things, we recommend you take the herbal route and try some of our Peppermint.
Our peppermint is grown in wild forests, on the shores of the cleanest lake in the world.
Wild herbs, unlike cultivated herbs, have to fight for their survival. They go through the process of natural selection, and as a result they grow strong and mighty.
They have more nutrients and energy than regular, weak, cultivated herbs.
The herbs grown around Baikal lake are in a league of their own. Baikal lake has been named by UNESCO as one of the largest and cleanest lakes on Earth. It’s over 20 million years old and it has a unique ecosystem, so everything that grows around there is just super awesome.
All the herbs we use are grown in the wild without pesticides or any of that crap. So it is as organic as things can be! Our teams then hand-pick the peppermint and other herbs when the time is right, using sustainable harvesting methods.
The quality speaks for itself, so all you have to do is try some to understand.
If you really want to upgrade your Peppermint game, you can try mixing some with Ivan and Chaga. This flavor combination works like magic!
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