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Mint Mix: Health Benefits and How to Brew it

Mint tea is widely drunk across the world and it is well known for its fresh and cooling taste. Other than being a common remedy for cold and flu, it may also be a valuable ally for a good digestion. Our Mint Mix enhances the health benefits of common mint tea, by adding flavorful and healthy ingredients.


But first, let’s see how you can prepare it.



How to Brew Mint Tea


The Mint Mix doesn’t contain any theine, so it can be enjoyed day and night. It is also very much appreciated by kids!


Steps:

  1. Add 1-5 tsp per cup of the Mint Mix to a cup or teapot

  2. Add hot water at 95°C - 100°C

  3. Add honey (optional)

  4. Steep for 5 minutes

  5. Enjoy!


How to Make Cold-Brewed Mint Tea


Cold brew is delicious too and it’s a healthy alternative to a soda.


Steps:

  1. Place one tea bag/1.5 tsp per cup of the Mint Mix in the bottom of a large container or glass pitcher

  2. Pour in room temperature or cold water

  3. Cover the container/pitcher and refrigerate

  4. Steep for 8-12 hours

  5. Remove the tea bags/tea and discard

  6. Serve tea over ice with fresh lemon slices and a sweetener of your choice



What are the Benefits of the Mint Mix?


Each ingredient of the Mint Mix has its own benefits and makes it a quick and healthy alternative to other types of beverages. Here is the list of ingredients with the respective health benefits:

  • Mint: supports the body’s natural defenses, aids digestion and relieves cold, and flu symptoms.

  • Anise: it might relieve digestion problems, cough, and sore throats, and boost the immune system.

  • Fennel Seeds: helps improve digestion and suppresses appetite.

  • Cardamom: contributes to optimal relaxation.

  • Lemon Peel: is high in fiber and vitamin C.

  • Coriander: contains vitamins like vitamin K, minerals and antioxidants.

  • Lemon Verbena: it may help reduce oxidative stress and improve sleep quality.

  • Tulsi: an adaptogenic plant, it helps beat stress and improves digestion.

  • Licorice: contains Glycyrrhizin, a phytochemical studied for its medicinal properties, like reducing body fat, healing stomach ulcers and fighting infections.

As you can see, the Mint Mix is very easy to prepare and it can be drunk hot and cold. It is also packed with health benefits, so do you feel like giving it a try?


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