5 Health Benefits of Peppermint Tea

5 Peppermint tea benefits | Mint tea benefits | Bloating, digestion |

Hello again and since is the first post this year I wish you happy New Year! I hope you will have a good year filled with joy and delicious teas.
Since it is already late in the month I thought I could pick one of the various teas I enjoy every day as my favourite of the month.

Since meanwhile I had to move to another country and a big part of my things are still waiting to be delivered, I didn’t really have with me my regular teas this month. But of course I didn’t stop drinking them. I just went and bought me some more, of course!

It is quite cold outside so I managed to have a bad sore throat last week. So I had tome to focus on the benefits of various teas, to find out what can help me. I always try to keep in my pantry a collection of basic teas like mint, green tea, chamomile and some others.

Coming back to January’s favourite tea, I choose Mint tea. I mentioned it before in my daily favorites but I didn’t talk too much about its benefits.

Mint Tea Benefits

1. Eases Sore Throat

First of all, I might be biased because of the sore throat and the cold I had, but I really enjoy the smell of mint. And to be honest, the combination of mint tea with lemon and honey is the true definition of tea for when I have a cold.

I don’t usually add anything to tea when I drink it because I like to enjoy the simple taste of the plants. But this time to help with recovery I went overboard with honey and lemon. The menthol also helps relaxing the muscles of the throat helping to stop the coughing and ease the sore throat.

2. Helps Digestion

Mint tea also helps with digestion and it is my go-to tea after a heavy meal. I also drink it whenever I feel I had too much to eat and my digestion is slowed down.

It helps a lot to reduce the sensation of heavy stomach.

3. Eases Bloating

Also it helps easing the sensation of being bloated or even nauseous.  Because of the menthol contained, it helps moving the gas through the body and stimulates the bile flow.

This way it helps with bloating, stomach discomfort and improves digestion.

4. Mild Stimulant

Some people prefer it in the morning instead of coffee, to wake them up. Mint is a mild stimulant and it can help you to kick-start the day. Because of the cool refreshing flavour, the body will feel more invigorated and the mind more focused.

5. Calms Cough

As mentioned earlier, it helps with sore throat but it also calms your cough. Mint tea is a great companion when you feel a bit under the weather.


You can enjoy mint tea in various ways. You have the option to use the tea bags, the loose leaves or even the fresh mint.

My favourite is the fresh mint indeed but I don’t always have the option to have that, this is why most of the times I am using the tea bags. This way is easier to always have in on hand. I even carry one in my bag to have it whenever I feel like I could use its benefits. All I have to ask for is some hot water and I can enjoy it on the spot!

The price of mint tea varies but generally it is cheap. Of course depending on the quality of the plant, you can find more expensive ones as well. I generally go for the ones in between and I make sure that it doesn’t contain any extra ingredients or aromas.

As you might have guessed, yes I also had a mint tea while I wrote this. It helps to refresh my memory about the experience of drinking mint tea. It also makes it more authentic when I am writing about its benefits.

I hope you enjoyed reading about it and I am curious what is your favourite tea this month?



5 Peppermint tea benefits | Mint tea benefits | Bloating, digestion |

5 Peppermint tea benefits | Mint tea benefits | Bloating, digestion |






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  • A Moment with Franca

    I like mint tea. I don’t drink it all the time but once and then it is very nice. I drink more green tea. But I must admit that I am lover of coffee which I know it is not good but what can I do, I love it! lol Thanks so much for sharing this at #KCACOLS. It is lovely to have you, 🙂 xx

    February 4, 2017 at 5:36 pm Reply
  • Bread

    My wife loves mint tea but I’m not a big fan. I’m fussy about mint #kcacols

    January 29, 2017 at 12:43 pm Reply
  • Winnettes

    I love this! Of course I would have gone out and bought more tea too! I actually don’t like mint tea, for me I can’t stand the smell. I really want to like it but I can’t see it changing anytime soon other than that I love most teas, my favourite at the moment is Earl Grey, black with a bit of lemon.
    Thanks so much for linking up at #KCACOLS. Hope you come back again next Sunday.

    January 24, 2017 at 1:45 pm Reply
    • Gabriela Green

      Earl Grey is a great tea as well! I could write about its benefits in a future post.
      Thank you for stopping by 🙂 xx

      January 25, 2017 at 7:00 pm Reply
  • ohprettycity

    Mint tea sounds very refreshing, I’m more of a coffee girl but I have a selection of teas that I want to drink more of this year. 🙂 #KCACOLS

    January 22, 2017 at 12:56 pm Reply
    • Gabriela Green

      I hope you will enjoy drinking more teas this year!
      Thank you for stopping by!
      Gabriela x

      January 22, 2017 at 1:22 pm Reply

    Any thoughts to share?