You'll love the benefits of peppermint tea for soothing a troubled tummy, easing feelings of stress, comforting a cold, freshening breath, and so much more.
Caffeine-free peppermint tea, which is made from the fresh or dried leaves of the peppermint plant (Mentha piperita L.), is treasured in traditional herbal medicine for its many beneficial properties. This tea not only offers incredible support for wellness as a beverage, but provides topical and aromatherapy benefits, too.
Here are some of the many benefits of peppermint tea you'll enjoy when you brew a cup of this delicious, potent herbal tea.
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Herbal teas are truly amazing... so simple, effective, and affordable, with countless varieties available and so many wellness benefits. And peppermint tea, which is one of our favorites around the world, is a wonderful choice for your tea stash. Delightfully tasty and aromatic, this comforting brew can provide support for many common ailments and promote wellness in a multitude of ways.
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