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Ayurvedic Benefit of Mint Leaves

Posted by GUILBERT RAJ P Wednesday, May 23, 2012
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1)Mint is one of the oldest and most popular herbs that is grown around the world. There are many different varieties of mint, each having its own subtle flavour and aroma. This herb is used in a range of dishes from stuffing to fruit salads.

2)Mint is an essential ingredient in many Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine and is popularly mixed with natural plain yogurt to make a 'raita' or soaked with tea to make the famous Indian 'Pudina Chai'.

3)In Thai cooking, it is added to soups and to some highly-spiced curries. Mint grown in Asia is much more strongly flavored than most European mints, with a sweet, cool aftertaste.

4)Mint as Minta Spacata is a plant that has been long used in diverse cultures, such as India, Middle East and Europe.

5)Mint has a sweet flavour, with a cooling after-sensation. Both, fresh and dried mint are used in preparing a large number of recipes, including curries, soups, chutneys, salads, juices, and ice creams.

1)Soothing the digestive tract and if you are having stomach ache then it can be of great help
Drinking herbal mint tea reduces irritated bowel syndromes, cleanses the stomach and also clear up skin disorders such as acne.

2)Mint acts as a cooling sensation to the skin and helps in dealing with skin irritations.

3)Mint helps in eliminating toxins from the body.

4)Crushed mint leaves helps in whitening teeth and combat bad breath.

5)Mint is a very good cleanser for the blood.

6)Cancer: Current researches show that certain enzymes present in mint may help cure cancer.

7)Oral Care: This is a well known property of mint. Being a germicidal and breathe freshener, it takes care of oral health by inhibiting harmful bacterial growth inside mouth and by cleaning tongue and teeth.

8)Skin Care, pimples etc.: While mint oil is a good anti septic and anti pruritic, mint juice is an excelle,nt skin cleanser. It soothes skin, cures infections, itching etc., and is also good for pimples. Its anti pruritic properties can be used for treating bites of insects like mosquitoes, honey-bees, hornets, wasps, gnats etc.

9)Nausea & Headache: Again, the strong and refreshing aroma of mint is an excellent and quick 
 remedy for nausea. Whenever you feel it, just smell the oil of mint or crushed fresh mint leaves or use any product with mint flavor, whichever is available near you, and it will be gone. In fact, many people keep mentha oil or mint flavored products with them to avoid nausea, particularly when they are traveling. Balms based on mint or simply mint oil, when rubbed on forehead and nose, gives quick relief in headache.

10)Respiratory Disorders, Cough etc.: The strong aroma of mint is very effective in opening up congestion of nose, throat, bronchi and lungs, giving relief in respiratory disorders resulting from asthma, cold etc. As it cools and soothes throat, nose and other respiratory channels, it gives relief in cough too. Many balms are based on this property of mint. Unlike other inhalers which are based on aerosols, those based on mint are more effective and eco-friendly too.

11)Asthma: Regular use of mint is very beneficial for asthma patients, as it is a good relaxant and gives relief in congestion. But, over dosage may irritate as well. 
Mint has side effects if consumed in large quanties.Therefore the intake of mint should be limited.During flu mint can be boiled with hot water can this mixture can be added with tea or coffe,but as soon as the flu is over the consumption should be reduced.


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