10 beneficial effects of using fresh or dried mint leaves


10 beneficial effects of using fresh or dried mint leaves

  1. Mint is used all over the world for its pleasant smell and healing properties. Mint leaves can be rubbed on table surfaces.
  2. Put water with mint leaves in a spray bottle. Spray the walls of the room because the smell of mint strengthens the mind and positive mood. You can pour mint tea into the spray bottle and perform the procedure.
  3. The healing properties of mint are hidden in the essential oil. The main component of peppermint essential oil is menthol. It has a stimulating effect on nerve endings.
  4. Menthol dilates blood vessels. It has a beneficial effect on the respiratory centers. Mint herbal tea is used for all inflammatory processes in the bronchi because it calms and strengthens the body.
  5. Fresh or dried mint leaves reduce headaches. Squeeze the mint leaves and rub lightly on the temples. Apply the same procedure to the site of the insect bite or itch.
  6. Chew fresh mint leaves. This reduces nasal congestion and coughing.
  7. Mint tea is used for heartburn. Pour one tablespoon of dried mint leaves with a cup of hot water. Drink hot tea three times a day or as needed until the heartburn disappears.
  8. Add fresh mint leaves or dried leaves to soups, stews, sauces, or in a marinade or beverage.
  9. Mix fresh mint leaves with salt in a ratio of 1: 1. Use this mixture for toenail disease or fungal infection. Rub the mixture between your fingers. Repeat the procedure until healing.
  10. Peppermint has a calming effect against chest pain (caused by narrowing of the blood vessels of the heart muscle or angina pectoris). Pour one tablespoon of small mint leaves with a cup of hot water. Take one tablespoon before meals three times a day (for 2 weeks). After a 2-week pause, the procedure can be repeated.



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