Peppermint

Peppermint leaf herbal infusion is a refreshing and aromatic herbal tea made from the dried leaves of the peppermint plant.

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Peppermint is a fragrant herb with a refreshing aroma and flavour. It is a natural hybrid of watermint and spearmint, used in culinary and medicinal applications. The Hortus Medicus® Peppermint tea is a refreshing and aromatic tea made from dried leaves of the plant. The infusion presents itself as a clear, pale green or yellowish-green liquid, with a hue that reflects the herb’s natural freshness. The aroma is crisp, minty, and slightly sweet, with a bold and intensely minty taste, providing a satisfying and refreshing experience. The infusion’s smooth texture enhances the tea-drinking experience.

Benefits

Peppermint tea is a refreshing drink that can be enjoyed at any time of day. It has been used for its numerous health benefits for millennia as well as its refreshing and invigorating taste. It is a powerful medicinal herb, as it has numerous health benefits, it also has some contradictions and side effects, please review the general herb information page, or book a free consultation.

The Human Medicines Regulation 2012 (S.I. 2012/1916) is a European-wide legislation that controls what can and cannot be said about herbal medicines. It is funded by the pharmaceutical companies and is therefore used to stifle professional herbal medical practitioners – this means that we cannot tell people about the medicinal benefits, contradictions or side effects of these herbs in public forums – but can provide a full range of herbs and services in 1-2-1 consultations. If you would like to read about the general, clinical facts about this herb, please review the information page: Peppermint.

Ingredients

Peppermint

Certified Origins

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Side Effects

Peppermint tea is a refreshing drink that can be enjoyed at any time of day. It has been used for its numerous health benefits for millennia as well as its refreshing and invigorating taste. It is a powerful medicinal herb, as it has numerous health benefits, but it also has some contradictions and side effects, please review the general herb information page, or book a free consultation.

The Human Medicines Regulation 2012 (S.I. 2012/1916) is a European-wide legislation that controls what can and cannot be said about herbal medicines. It is funded by the pharmaceutical companies and is therefore used to stifle professional herbal medical practitioners – this means that we cannot tell people about the medicinal benefits, contradictions or side effects of these herbs in public forums – but can provide a full range of herbs and services in 1-2-1 consultations. If you would like to read about the general, clinical facts about this herb, please review the information page: Peppermint.

Clincial References

Clinical evidence of the ingredients found in this product. These are public domain references and do not relate directly to our product.

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