Mint – Common Cold – Expectorant | Monastic recipes

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Mint is a calming herb that people have used for thousands of years and it’s an ally for the human body against common cold, upset stomach or indigestion. It is known that mint contains menthol which is an aromatic decongestant that might help to break up phlegm.

 

Net Weight: 45 gr

 

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Mint against coughs and headaches

Mint or mentha is a very popular herb. Using mint and other herbs and spices in cooking can help a person add flavor while reducing their sodium and sugar intake. Throughout history, people have used mint because it offers a range of antioxidant qualities and potential health benefits. Mint contains menthol which is an aromatic decongestant that might help to break up phlegm and mucus and it also helps to reduce the symptoms of common cold.

Mint: Properties

Studies have shown that mint contains potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin C, iron and vitamin A. It is suggested for gastrointestinal problems because it is a calming herb that helps soothe an upset stomach or indigestion. It is also recommended at allergies because mint contains an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent called rosmarinic acid. Mint helps with the symptoms of common cold, headaches, it has immune-boosting benefits and it can help against harmful bacteria.

Preparation

Add a tablespoon of the herb in a pot and then put inside boiled water. Leave it for about five – ten minutes and then strain it. If you want to add a bit of sweetness to your tea, try adding a small spoonful of honey.

 

Net Weight: 45 gr

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Weight0.06 kg

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