With refreshing menthol flavour, peppermint can be used both for infusions, cooking or terapeutical purposes.
In addition to the infusions, peppermint is used to flavour and decorate the most varied dishes from meat, fish and vegetables to soups and salads, sauces, desserts, smoothies and juices.
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Its infusion is essential in gastrointestinal issues such as flatulency, colics, nausea, etc.
The essential oils present in peppermint also stand out in the alleviation of infections and inflammations of the respiratory system (against flues and nasal congestions). These oils also smooth pain and reduce hypersensitivity when applied on the skin in the form of lotion.
Pregnant women, nursing mothers, children and people with stomach, intestinal or neurological diseases should ask for doctor recommendation. This oil is potentially irritating the eye mucosa. In sensitive people, their consumption can cause insomnia.
Name : Peppermint (Mentha x piperita L.)
Part of the plant used: Leafs
Flavour: Refreshing menthol flavour
Appearance: green-gold leafs
METHOD OR PREPARATION:
Water temperature – 90 ° C
Quantity – 3g / L
Infusion time: 5 min
Foil, Tea Bag