Avoid Having Peppermint Tea


Peppermint tea is a common herbal tea that many people drink, including those trying to become more healthy by staying away from tea and coffee. However, even though it is natural and used by any people it is not necessarily good for you.

Peppermint tea has my benefits, including

  • Reduces digestive spasms and cramps
  • Helps digestion of fats and oils
  • Can be good for Irritable Bowel Syndrome and other bowel problems by reducing the bowel tightness and inflammation
  • Expels wind

However, as with any foods that have a strong flavour, too much can be a bad thing. Because of its actions of cooling and relaxing the stomach and intestines, regular use of peppermint can result in a weakened and ‘cold’ digestive system, causing symptoms such as

  • Stomach irritation
  • Poor digestion
  • Diarrhoea
  • Bloating
  • Abdominal pain
  • Can worsen heartburn or digestive ulcers

So peppermint is best used when it is needed, and not on a regular basis.



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