Mint Tea Can Aid in Naturally
Healing the Body on the Inside and Out
On the verge of giving into the urge to scratch that bad case of irritated, itchy skin — which can only make your condition worse? If you're searching for a natural remedy to help soothe the inflammation, try applying mint tea to the affected areas.
Mint not only makes for a great tasting tea, it contains menthol, which has both anesthetic and anti-inflammatory properties — which means it can ease the soreness and reduce the inflammation. Don’t stop at skin care, mint tea can also help with digestion, nausea, congestion and is known to relieve headaches.
It’s easy to try this home remedy.
For itchy skin: Simply boil 2 cups of water and steep one table spoon of dried mint leaves or use 2 teaspoons of our mint tea. Next, let the tea cool, and saturate a clean cloth to use as a compress on the itchy skin.
For digestion, nausea and headaches: boil 2 cups of water and steep one table spoon of dried mint leaves or use 2 teaspoons of our mint tea, then drink the tea hot with a natural sweetener like our tupelo honey, or drink unsweetened with a hint of your choice of low-fat milk.