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    Mint leaves of the best quality to create an infusion of La Tetera Azul fresh and full of flavor.

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    Mint Poleo 100% natural with the best taste of La Tetera Azul. Sachets not individually wrapped.

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    Mint pennyroyal bulk of the best quality Helps Botanicals. A classic of digestive infusions with the best flavor.

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    Exciting herbal infusion made with Spanish pure mint leaves that will refresh you as ever before.

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    With this  fresh aroma  you  will  feel the delicate scent  of  the  countryside  in  spring.

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    A soothing cup that will take you to ancient traditions from faraway places.

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    Mint Poleo 100% natural with the best taste of La Tetera Azul. Individually wrapped sachets.

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    Pennyroyal Mint 10 Infusions La Leonesa.

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    Due to its content in echinacea, eucalyptus, mint, linden and thyme, Manasul Respir Immuno Protect facilitates respiratory health and contributes to the proper functioning of the immune system. Contains 25 infusions in a traditional bag.

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    An appetizing infusion of chamomile, fennel, mint and anise of the best quality La Tetera Azul. A digestive infusion that is perfect for after meals.

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    Contains five infusions of rosemary with anise and five of dew, perfect for pairing with cheese . Try the infusion of rosemary with aniseed with cheeses with a natural moldy soft crust or the infusion of dew accompanied by young lactics with moldy rind. A unique experience for the palate.

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    Contains five Herb Lemon Mint Apple infusions and five of Moringa, Matcha and Mango , perfect for pairing with cheese. Discover the magic of its contrasts on your palate

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Properties and health benefits of peppermint tea or mint infusion

Relieves upset stomach

The cooling effects of menthol in peppermint tea help relieve stomach upset in several ways. First, menthol relaxes stomach muscles that can contract and cause cramping. The cooling effect of menthol can improve circulation and relieve the inflammation that causes stomach aches.

The second way peppermint tea helps relieve an upset stomach is to get rid of the offending cause faster. The menthol in peppermint stimulates the secretion of gastric juices that can break down food and speed up digestion. Peppermint tea reduces the feeling of fullness and can reduce inflammation that causes bloating.

Improves digestion

In addition to relieving stomach upset, peppermint tea can help regulate digestion to keep things running smoothly. A study conducted at the University of Exeter showed that peppermint tea moves gas throughout the body thus relieving bloating and cramping.

The menthol in peppermint tea also increases bile in the stomach, which helps digest food more efficiently. This reduces symptoms of diarrhea and constipation and can help keep your system functioning optimally. Menthol relaxes the muscles of the digestive tract, making peppermint tea an excellent choice for people suffering from irritable bowel syndrome.

Treats bad breath

It's no coincidence that most toothpastes contain some form of mint. With a clean, fresh feel and menthol that fights the halitosis that causes bad breath, peppermint is a true hero when it comes to fresh breath. The aromatic scent of peppermint tea helps camouflage bad breath, while the antibacterial properties work from within to kill the germs and bacteria that cause bad breath in the first place.

To reap the benefits of peppermint tea for fresh breath, drink a cup first thing in the morning or whenever bad breath arises. You can also drink peppermint tea after consuming smelly foods such as garlic or onions to neutralize odors. Make sure your peppermint tea is made from real peppermint, not flavorings, for best results.

Fights the common cold and flu.

Like most real teas and herbal teas, peppermint tea contains compounds that help fight colds while strengthening your immunity. Drinking a hot cup of tea is one of the most popular ways to soothe a sore throat. Peppermint tea goes a step further by relaxing the throat muscles that cause an irritating cough. Because menthol is a muscle relaxant, peppermint tea helps open the airways, relieves congestion and eases severe colds such as bronchitis.

The antioxidants in peppermint tea increase circulation and allow white blood cells to travel faster throughout the body, increasing the speed at which your body can fight viruses and bacteria. Peppermint tea has antibacterial properties that help protect against bacteria that are harmful to your immune system.

Peppermint tea also contains essential vitamins and nutrients that can boost your immune system so you get sick less often. With compounds like antioxidants, vitamin B, potassium and calcium, your body can more easily absorb nutrients and fight off invaders to stay healthy.

Reduces fever

One of the main ingredients in peppermint tea is menthol, which has been shown to help relieve fever. Drinking a cup of hot peppermint tea causes sweating, which is the body's natural form of cooling. The extra fluids also promote detoxification so your body can flush out the cause of the cold, flu and fever.

At the same time, menthol acts internally to lower the temperature and thus lower the fever. Menthol is also a natural muscle relaxant, so it helps relieve the aches and pains that accompany high fever.

Improves awareness and mental focus

Several studies and researchers found that . Scientists are undecided as to whether the aroma of peppermint or an internal compound is the reason for this increased focus.

Studies have shown that the aroma of menthol stimulates the area of the hippocampus that controls mental clarity and concentration. The result of drinking peppermint tea is a heightened sense of rejuvenation and renewed focus that can help you face the day.

For best results, brew a hot cup of peppermint tea and drink slowly. Be sure to inhale the aromas and savor the flavor as your mental acuity sharpens.

Prevents nausea

Peppermint tea has antispasmodic properties that can treat the feeling of nausea and prevent vomiting. The aroma of peppermint can inhibit nausea, while the organic compounds in peppermint help calm stomach muscles that contract and cause vomiting. Drinking peppermint tea before boarding an airplane, boat or while on board a ship can help cure motion sickness.

Reduces stress

Peppermint tea is common in aromatherapy and Ayurveda as a way to reduce stress and increase overall well-being and peace. That's because peppermint tea contains natural sedative qualities that help you relax after a long day.

Drinking spicy peppermint tea can help lower your overall body temperature, allowing your body to relax and relieve any inflammation. The anti-inflammatory properties also reduce blood pressure, inducing a state of calm.

Peppermint tea is naturally caffeine-free, so you can drink it at any time of the day without worrying about insomnia. The lack of caffeine also means you won't feel jittery and is the main reason it is used to relax and relieve stress.

Promotes skin and hair health.

Like oral products, peppermint is used in a variety of salon skin care treatments to promote a healthy scalp. Peppermint can help treat dandruff by reducing itching and soothing dry scalp. For best results, wash hair with peppermint tea and let it sit for 5 to 10 minutes before rinsing.

Peppermint's anti-inflammatory properties can help reduce redness caused by acne, and the antiseptic properties help prevent the buildup of bacteria that can clog pores. The soothing effects of peppermint are useful in treating rashes and itchy insect bites.

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