The Ultimate Internal Body Workout
Besides being a refreshingly delicious brew – peppermint tea is a powerful little herb! From the tips of your hair to the tips of your little toe, Madura peppermint tea has you covered!
Quite simply, peppermint tea is an infusion made from … yes, you guessed it, peppermint. Peppermint has long been considered one of the best ultimate internal body workouts, with numerous cleansing benefits.
If you suffer from any of the below, then maybe a Madura Peppermint tea is the right brew for you.
- Improves digestion
- Soothes the stomach
- Aiding intestinal colic
- Can help relieve the symptoms of a sore throat
- Toning of the internal organs such as the liver, gallbladder, intestines and nervous system
- Can help with bad breath – a sign of toxicity
- Dermatitis and itching associated with eczema
- Menstrual cramps
- Can fight bacteria, fungus & viruses
- Improved concentration
- Improved sleep
- Looking to shed some kilo’s – peppermint tea could help by being an appetite suppressant
- Sinus relief
- Clearer skin
What can peppermint tea not do?
It is certainly no surprise to the Madura team that including a delicious peppermint brew in your diet is a great cleansing idea and a welcome addition to supporting your overall wellbeing. With peppermint tea also being so widely used for stress relief and relaxation, the natural lack of caffeine is a definite plus.
For something a little exotic try making a Moroccan Mint Tea – the Madura way! It is a beautiful, fragrant and refreshing tea, that will not only soothe and relax the body, but it is also considered a sign of hospitality and friendship! Put simply though, it just perfectly delicious.
Check out our Moroccan Mint Tea recipe here
And how much peppermint tea can one have – we hear you ask? It is important to note that peppermint is a powerful herb and although it does have a wide and varying range of health benefits, there can always be side effects associated with large amounts of consumption. Equally, the menthol can act as an allergen to some people and can cause heartburn in others. Though not typical, consulting a doctor about possible allergies is always a good idea.