Ingredient: Peppermint Leaf
The peppermint leaf is one of the oldest flavors in Europe, and it continues to have widespread use to this day, due to its invigorating flavor and aroma and to its health benefit.
Learn all about the peppermint leaf and tea in the Wild Foods Guide to Herbal Tea.
-Peppermint is actually a hybrid of two mints, watermint and spearmint.
-Some of the benefits of Peppermint include preventing stress and headaches, supporting digestion, and enhancing memory and learning
-Peppermint tea is one of the most potent natural inflammation fighters and pain alleviators there is
Research & Articles
- Wild Herbal #1: 9 Mind - Peppermint, gota kola, ginkgo, lemon grass, ho shou wu, eleuthero root, licorice, damiana, and calendula.
- Wild Herbal #3 : Lemon-Pep - Peppermint leaf, lemongrass, spearmint leaf, lemon verbena, and lemon balm.
- Wild Herbal #7: Flu Fighters - Peppermint, elder flower, rosehips, ginger, anise seed, thyme, yarrow, and calendula.
- Wild Herbal #9: Belly Ease - Peppermint, ginger, orange peel, fennel, lemon balm, chamomile, rose petals, and papaya leaf.
- Wild Herbal #13: Minty-Alfalfa - Peppermint leaf, spearmint leaf, alfalfa herb
- Wild Herbal #16: Sweet Hib-Mint - Hibiscus, peppermint, stevia
- Wild Herbal #18: Licorice Mint - Peppermint, Licorice root, cloves
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― C.S. Lewis
“I say let the world go to hell, but I should always have my tea.”
― Fyodor Dostoyevsky
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― Ralph Waldo Emerson
“Tea! Bless ordinary everyday afternoon tea!”
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