Peppermint (Mentha piperita) is a well-known and delicious uplifting little leaf with big power to bring you up and revitalize you. Enjoy a cup of this tea hot or cold and experience its versatility and fresh fun flavor. Peppermint is a wonderful herb to aid in digestion and help with the off-feeling of an upset stomach or with a tired and foggy mind. The revitalizing caffeine-free green energy of peppermint will serve you well through your whole day—as a morning uplifter or as an end of day soothing come-down. Peppermint is your herbal ally when you want to feel refreshed and restored.
Additions: Peppermint tea’s fresh green aroma is a helpful cooling nasal inhalant. While tea is steeping, inhale the steam through the nose at a safe but near-enough distance to help soothe clogged and irritated nasal passages. When the tea cools down some, sip and be well! This invigorating tea makes a cool hair rinse on a hot summer day!
Topical Care: Peppermint tea’s fresh crisp tingle can be a cooling and invigorating hair rinse and/or bath or foot bath. Steep 2-3 tea bags for 5 minutes (covering your mug so that the medicinal aromas don’t escape), allow to cool, and rinse your hair. Don’t rinse out! For a foot bath or regular bath, steep 4-6 tea bags in a covered vessel for 5 minutes and add to your bath. Benefits: cooling, uplifting, stress relieving + relaxation, great for tired feet and to invigorate the mind.
Primary Actions: Promotes sinus and respiratory health, encourages healthy digestion, offers relief when feeling bloated & gassy, promotes mental and emotional clarity.
- Keywords: Cooling, soothing, reliable, uplifting, digestion-promoting
- Persona: Cool, spunky, enlivening, social, faithful
- Flavor/Aroma/Feeling: minty, cooling, herbaceous, green, fresh, uplifting, focusing, regulating.
General Safety and Contraindications: f you have a medical condition or take pharmaceutical drugs, please consult with your health care practitioner before using this product. Consult your primary health care provider prior to use if pregnant, lactating, or with children under 12 years of age.