A common flavoring found in tea, toothpaste, and other food items, Peppermint is actually a crossbreed of water-mint and spearmint. Peppermint is able to be cultivated most places, and is valued for its use as a digestive aid.
A seemingly simple herb, Peppermint Tea boosts a powerfully fresh and rejuvenating flavor and aroma. Enjoy this classic on its own, either steaming hot or over ice, and relish its light and crisp simplicity. Peppermint contains calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, thiamine, iron, niacin, potassium, riboflavin and even Vitamin A. It has long been recognized for supporting the digestive system.
Common Names: Peppermint, balm mint, brandy mint
Tips: Peppermint can be used like coffee as a natural stimulant. It can even be uses to detour pests such as ants.
1. Heat 1 cup of water to 208 degrees.
2. Add 1-3 teaspoons of tea into a tea strainer.
3. Pour water over herbs and steep for 15 mins. Remove tea strainer and herbs. Sweeten if desired and enjoy!