Where does our Peppermint come from? We get our Peppermint tea from a couple of small farmers in Uttarakhand, away from motorable roads.
Are these tea bags? We do not believe in tea bags because of the synthetic polymers in their material. These are just dried Peppermint leaves which can be added directly to your teas.
Historical importance – freshens breath: Because of its cooling properties and high antibacterial contents, peppermint tea is widely known for de-stressing muscles and freshening the breath.
What does it taste like? Peppermint has a fresh, cooling flavor with minty tones. Menthol compounds give it a pleasing taste.
Relieves clogged sinuses: Peppermint’s antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties help relieve the sinuses and improve air passage in the nasal cavity.
Benefits: Ayurvedically known as an aromatic herb, peppermint tea is a popular bedtime ritual and induced relaxed sleep. It is also rich in natural antioxidants and help fight free radicals to keep the skin healthy.
Peppermint tea for menstrual cramps: Known for relaxing muscles, peppermint tea is a good option for getting some relief from menstrual cramps.
Brewing instructions: Brew some peppermint leaves in hot water and let them steep for 5 minutes. Add sweetener and masalas of your choice and enjoy!