If you’re a peppermint lover, this is the season for you! With peppermint flavors exploding in every direction – from candies and desserts, to candles and lotions – we’re sending one more peppermint treat your way: Peppermint Tea!
Peppermint Tea not only tastes scrumptious, it has some powerful health benefits that will probably come in handy during this indulgent and chaotic season. And with Zokiva’s Peppermint Tea blends that combine superfoods like Moringa and Graviola with Peppermint, you can get extra doses of nutrients along with your favorite tea flavor.
One of the most well-known benefits of Peppermint Tea is its ability to relax the digestive system which reduces contractions that lead to gas, bloating, indigestion and abdominal pain. Plus, calmly sipping a warm drink, especially after a big meal, can aid digestion.
Similar to how Peppermint Tea relaxes your stomach, it can relax all of your muscles for better sleep. This calming effect may help you fall asleep faster and stay asleep for more peaceful, restorative rest.
Although it is caffeine-free, Peppermint Tea is stimulating to the brain, resulting in less fatigue and more vitality in your everyday life. When you combine that with naturally energy-boosting Moringa, you’ll get an incredible pick-me-up!
It’s no secret, popping in peppermint candy or gum makes your breath minty fresh. The same is true of Peppermint Tea, but with a lot more nutritional value and a lot less calories. So, sip instead of suck or chew next time you need a breath refresh.
Peppermint is believed to fight off bacteria that lead to infections in the human body. This may help prevent you from getting sick. It also improves oral health by killing bacteria in your mouth.
When sinus infections or allergies set in, Peppermint Tea can help because it is an anti-bacterial and anti-viral agent. Plus, it may reduce swelling. And the act of breathing in menthol from a hot cup of Peppermint Tea can open nasal passages.
With muscle-relaxing and pain-relieving properties, Peppermint Tea helps relieve headaches. Menthol in peppermint also helps stimulate blood flow, which can reduce headaches as well.
We hope all of you Peppermint Tea lovers get your fill this season! And remember, Peppermint Tea is a healthy super-tea all year long so don’t let the benefits fade when the holidays are over.