Country of Origin
European and Middle Eastern Countries
Menthol, menthone, menthyl acetate, menthofuran, 8-cineol, limonene, pulegone, caryophyllene, pinene.
Consuming an excess amount of Peppermint may cause heartburn.
Peppermint has been long used by early cultures as a holistic method of easing digestion and easing nausea. While is potency is debatable, the Peppermint has also been known to stimulate learning power, focus and memory recall. This plant is also used in many candies to freshen breath after an "aromatically offensive" meal. Peppermint and Spearmint are very similar in their properties and uses.
• Anti-microbial, slows the growth of bacteria or fungi.
• Antiemetic, effective against nausea and vomiting.
• Anti-infalmitory, helps keep inflammation in balance.
• Anti-cephalalgia, helps against headaches and migraines.
• Anti-Dyspeptic, aids in digestion and helps mitigate digestive discomfort.
• Analgesic, mild pain suppressant.
Flavor, Color and Aroma in Tea
Sweet, pungent, cooling, smooth. Peppermint tea typically takes on a golden-green color. The aroma of this tea itself if uplifting and can awaken a drowsy mind without the use of caffeine.
Yours for Wellness,
Clinton D Hawley
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This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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