Mint, known for its very particular smell, is a plant whose leaves have great benefits to human health and can be used as a home remedy in various ways, either as an infusion, as a lotion or as an ingredient for meals.
Even though the Mint is native to the Mediterranean, today grows in any region, so it is very easy to get.
Because of its intense aroma, the best-known property of the mint is the release of the airways that it produces. However, it is an herb that has large amounts of vitamins and minerals, which give mint many other benefits.
- Strengthening of the cardiovascular system
- Antiseptic properties which reduce the possibility of infection
- Attacks muscle aches
- Helps to relieve headaches and dizziness
- Treats cramps, nausea and vomiting
To prepare a mint tea, you just need some fresh herb leaves, two cups of water and the amount of sugar you want to sweeten.
First, after washing well mint leaves (this is important because if you do not wash they may contain bacteria), mix the leaves with two cups of water and boil. Once the water with mint starts boiling, mix with a spoon for a few minutes. Then strain the leaves and throw them. Finally, add the amounts of sugar you want and enjoy the many properties that this infusion has.
Take advantage of the benefits of mint, an herb that is available to everyone.