Health benefits of mint

Stunning 13 Health benefits of mint that you don’t know

Health benefits of mint: Mint is a popular aromatic herb. According to scientific research, mint leaves are high in vitamin A. In terms of vitamin quality, mint is considered as a medicinal or beneficial plant that protects against all diseases of the world. Peppermint has a lot of power to increase hunger. This comparison is rare to raise interest. According to herbal medicine, mint stops vomiting and hiccups. It also eliminates gallstones and clots in the stomach, chest, and kidneys.

Health benefits of mint

As we mentioned above mint has various uses but it has more health benefits also. However, in this article we’ll know about medicinal uses of mint leaves, benefits of drinking mint water in the morning, mint leaves in water, mint leaves uses

Solve the problem of anorexia (less appetite)

This condition is usually caused sometimes after suffering from a disease. In this case, mix 2 teaspoons of mint juice, a pinch of crushed salt and pepper, 8 to 10 drops of lemon juice and 250 grams of light hot water mixed together and should be taken once in the morning and once in the afternoon; In this way, after taking 3 to 5 days, the anorexia will go away. Mint leaves can also be mixed with water to make juice. In that case, raw leaves should take 5 to 5 grams. Taking the mint chutney continually 8 to 10 days will reduce anorexia.

Indigestion/dyspepsia

In this case, if you drink mint juice 2-3 times a day for a few days, the accumulation of air in the stomach will stop and the appetite will return and the digestive power will also increase.

In vomiting

Vomiting can occur in bile, mucus, acidity, gall, cough, abdominal pain, etc., also it is possible to vomit if you run in the sun and then drink cold water and work from an empty stomach. In these cases, taking mint syrup (8 to 10 grams of mint leaves mixed with 1 teaspoon of old tamarind, a little sugar and salt and 250 grams of water together) 2 to 3 times a day for a few days can cure vomiting.

In case of urinary incontinence

In case of urinary incontinence, sometimes with a burning sensation, 8 to 10 grams of mint leaves are mixed well with a little salt and lemon juice and mixed with a little bit of water to make it like a juice and taking it for 2 to 3 times days. This will make urination easier. Then for this problem, even if you take occasionally, urination will remain normal.

To increase taste

Mix fresh mint leaves, dried dates, black pepper, salt, cumin, and black grapes and make chutney. Add fresh lemon juice. Taking this chutney will bring taste to the mouth, the less appetite will go away, the discomfort of the stomach air will be removed, the power of digestion will be increased, weakness will be removed.

To remove the air from the stomach

A mixture of mint leaves, basil, rosemary, and ginger together and boil it in water, and making a thick extract. Take this extract with a spoon and lick it with your tongue at least 4 times a day for 3 days to get rid of flatulence and more appetite.

Sinus

Make juice by crushing fresh mint leaves. This juice will also bring out a cough, runny nose, the thick cold caused by sinus on the forehead. Eat 1 spoon twice a day and for 15 to 20 days.

Old cold fever

Fresh peppermint and spearmint mix together with water, making a thicker bowl or juice. Every day a fever comes at a particular time for several consecutive days can cure by taking the thick juice 2 to 3 times a day at least for a week.

Typhoid

Mix mint leaves, green spearmint, and spearmint juice together. Mix a little sugar in it and take it 4 times a day for a few days. Fever will be gone.

In pneumonia

Fresh mint leaf juice mixed with a little honey, take 1 teaspoon every 2 hours then the fever will be cured. Many problems will be removed from pneumonia patients and the fever will be cured quickly.

In intestinal weakness

Fresh mint leaf juice mixed with honey can cure intestinal weakness and stomach ailments. For those who have been suffering from intestinal problems for a long time, eating fresh mint leaf juice is as beneficial as nectar.

Prevent the Infection

Mixed fresh mint leaves with honey and lemon juice will be released from infection even when cholera and intestinal diseases become pervasive, and epilepsy.

Acute abdominal pain

Mix 1 teaspoon of mint leaf juice and 1 teaspoon of ginger juice together with a little salt. Taking this juice 2-4 times a day will cure acute abdominal pain.

Mint Tea

This tea should be made with mint leaves, milk, sugar, black pepper, and aniseed in hot water. The tea is delicious to eat and satisfying to drink. It is a nutritious and beneficial drink for the body. Good for health and beneficial in all aspects.

More health benefits and medicinal uses of mint leaves

  1. Repeated application of mint leaf juice on ringworm can be beneficial
  2. Put 1-2 drops of mint leaf juice in the nose to cure cold
  3. Chewing mint leaves and replacing them on scorpion bites will relieve aches or pains
  4. Burning mint leaves and brushing teeth with ashes strengthens the gums
  5. When mint leaf juice is mixed with honey, the stored clay of the body is blown out
  6. Worms problem will solve by taking mint mixed with honey and salt during an empty stomach
  7. Mint leaves are useful for cough, cold and leprosy
  8. Crushing and drying mint leaves is beneficial for coma
  9. Boiled mint leaves and mixed with honey on the bait, benefits the filariasis of feet

According to herbal medicine, mint enhances the taste of food, and increases appetite, increases strength, brings happiness to the mind and body, stops excessive bowel movements and urination, reduces phlegm, and arthritis. Cures cough, nausea, indigestion, stomach ailments, chronic stomach ailments, chronic fever, and intestinal ailments. It also destroys worms and also stops nausea and vomiting. Mint chutney is delicious to eat and also helps digestion.

Due to the versatile quality of the mint leaf, it is called all curing aroma leaf.

You can see more articles about gardening tips

Gardening Organization

American Public Gardens Association

Abraham M. Johnson
 

Abraham is a professional gardener and his hobby is indoor and outdoor gardening! He has been gardening for the last 5 years and he loves to decorate the home by gardening as well. Based on his experience with different types of gardens; he is sharing his thought and opinion about various gardens care tips and tools so that a beginner can get started right away. Find him on twitter here. Happy reading!

Click Here to Leave a Comment Below 0 comments

Leave a Reply: