Each jar contains 50g of loose leaf tea which makes approximately 50 cups (can be steeped 2-3x).
- Improves sleep
- Freshens your breath
- Relieves headaches and migraines
- Enhances your energy
- Clears clogged sinuses
- Helps fight off bacterial infections
- Eases menstrual cramps
There’s a reason why mint flavor is so popular for toothpaste, chewing gum, and beverages. The mint is just so refreshing, and your mouth afterwards feels so cool and clean.
Mint tea is great for just about any time of the day. Start your morning with a cup of mint tea, and it’s a great complement to the taste of the toothpaste you’ve just used. The mint clears your mind and freshens your breath.
Drink a cup every now and then at work, as it will help boost your energy. You can even drink it right before bedtime, as it doesn’t have caffeine.
Who is it for?
Mint tea is for everyone. It’s a great starter tea for children and tea newbies. Who doesn’t like minty freshness in their mouth?
This is good for those who want a refreshing, energizing drink without having to take in caffeine as well. It’s terrific for those whose energy is flagging in the afternoons, and who’s suffering from a headache.
It’s also an excellent option for those who have trouble sleeping. A cup of mint tea right before getting to bed may be just what you need for a good night’s sleep.
It’s very easy to make mint tea yourself. For a cup of tea before bedtime, it’s best you go with hot tea.
Place about 1.5g of tea leaves into a small strainer, over your teapot. Pour the boiling water over the tea leaves, making sure that the water is covering the leaves in the strainer. Cover the teapot and let steep for at least 5 minutes.
Use the back of a wooden spoon (or a muddler) to bruise the mint leaves, to release the oils from the leaves. Remove the strainer while pressing on the leaves to extract as much tea as you can.
Now you can pour the beverage into your tea cup. You may add some sugar or honey to sweeten the tea.