Date: 2020-12-02 21:56:28
In today’s video, you will learn how to make a rosemary and mint tea to alleviate pain and boost your memory.
The mixture of these two teas will benefit your body in many ways, including poor digestion, inflammation, and even dandruff. Do you know the benefits of these teas?
You certainly learned about the benefits of rosemary for our health. And, if you already know about its benefits, you know that it is good for the brain.
Rosemary has been part of natural medicine for many years. This aromatic herb can strengthen the brain and improve cognition, and also helps prevent oxidative stress, which improves memory.
Mint is another aromatic medicinal plant that we can use to improve brain health.
Both its leaves and essential oil contain menthol, a compound that improves mental performance and lessens mental fatigue.
Mint also reduces the spams of stomachaches, lessens nausea and vomiting, stimulates bile production by the liver, fights constipation, stimulates blood circulation, has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial actions, and has antioxidant effects that protect the cells against the aging process. Isn’t it incredible?
Watch the video to learn how to make this powerful tea!
This tea must be avoided by pregnant or nursing women, children under 12 years old, people with prostate issues, and people with diarrhea.
Its excessive consumption may cause gastrointestinal irritation and nephritis.
Try it and share your experience with us.
0:00 Rosemary and Mint Tea Benefits
0:25 Rosemary Tea Benefits and Uses
0:44 Mint Tea Benefits and Uses
1:20 How to Make Rosemary and Mint Tea
1:48 Get Rid of Dandruff with Rosemary and Mint Tea
1:58 Rosemary and Mint Tea Contraindications
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