There are more than twenty varieties of mint, and they are all used in medicine, where mint is valued for its high number of nutrients. Because of its strong, memorable taste, mint has become an ingredient of many delicious dishes and drinks, for example tea with mint and honey is the one of the tastest drinks for a hot summer day. The combination of mint and honet perfectly cools the body in the heat and quenches the thirst.
Peppermint essential oil has long been known as a folk remedy for strengthening the walls of blood vessels and heart muscles. Daily consumption of mint tea can significantly reduce the risk of early strokes. Menthol, which is found in large quantities in peppermint essential oil, relieves inflammatory processes of the gastrointestinal tract.
Main region of planting
–Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Yunnan
Advices for the best brewing
Time 300" Amount 2g Water 500ml Temperature 70 ̊ Steeps 1
International brewing method
Time 30"60"120"180" Amount 4-8g Water 150-300 ml Temperature 80 ̊ Steeps 4
Chinese brewing method
To get the maximum amount of nutrients from the plant, try preparing a lavander infusion. Take 3-4 grams of the dry plant per 500 ml of water and infuse for 10-15 minutes.
Lowers arterial pressure; Relaxes the nervous system; Favorably affects the respiratory organs