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Science-Backed Benefits Of Peppermint Leaf

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The peppermint leaf is possibly safe when taken by mouth, short-term. The safety of using peppermint leaf for longer than 8 weeks is unknown. Peppermint can cause some side effects including heartburn, dry mouth, nausea, and vomiting.

Peppermint tea is an aromatic drink that can even beat your fancy cup of joe or green tea. This interesting beverage is not only low in calories but also curbs unwanted hunger cravings and boosts digestions - all of this has direct relation with weight lost.

The menthol in peppermint works as a decongestant, shrinking swollen membranes in the nose and making it easier to breathe, and also helps loosen mucus that has collected in the lungs. Peppermint may also help prevent a sickness from coming on in the first place.

Recent research has found that simply the aroma of peppermint essential oil could improve memory, reasoning, concept formation, attention span, and problem solving if inhaled orthonasally, through the nose. Inhaling the scent of peppermint is a non-pharmacological way to enhance human cognitive performance.

Peppermint tea may help treat and prevent cases of constipation. Peppermint is supposed to be good for digestive health. Green tea also seems to have positive effects on digestive health. It has been used to help treat nausea, diarrhea, and constipation

8 Science-Backed Benefits of Peppermint Tea and Extracts

* May Ease Digestive Upsets. Peppermint may relieve digestive symptoms, such as gas, bloating and indigestion. ...

* May Help Relieve Tension Headaches and Migraines. ...

* May Freshen Your Breath. ...

* May Relieve Clogged Sinuses. ...

* May Improve Energy. ...

* May Help Relieve Menstrual Cramps. ...

* May Fight Bacterial Infections. ...

* May Improve Your Sleep

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