Peppermint Tea - Pre Order
This item is available for pre-order and will be shipped around Monday 3rd June 2019.
Peppermint tea is a refreshing caffeine free tea substitute which has an intensely fresh minty flavour and aroma.
Native to Europe, Asia and North America, Peppermint has long been used as a digestive remedy and for a variety of other purposes including as a cleanser and a digestive. The tea can also be used to flavour syrup, jelly and alcoholic beverages.
Did you know that you can combine peppermint and chamomile teas to make a soothing tea blend that may help soothe the nerves, relax the mind and as a bonus the blend can also help ease digestion? Mix 40g dried chamomile flowers with 10g dried peppermint leaf and add 1 teaspoon of the mix per cup required to a teapot or infuser and pour on boiling water. Leave the tea to brew for 5 minutes, then strain and pour into a cup, sweeten with honey and serve.
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The Druid's Kitchen Herbal Tea is:
- Caffeine Free
- Refreshing, Minty Flavour & Aroma
- Ethically Sourced
Peppermint Tea is widely known as a digestive aide, but it also has other qualities. Some of these are:
- May help to relieve headaches.
- May help to reduce symptoms of stress.
- May help fight insomnia.
- May help to increase weight loss.
- May help to fight bad breath.
The Druid’s Kitchen’s Herbal Teas are all made using high quality, ethically sourced ingredients and are packaged with the environment in mind. Each box of tea contains a corn starch bag for freshness, and this can go directly into your compost waste – it may take up to 12 months for the bag to fully degrade.
Directions for use: To make the perfect mug of The Druid’s Kitchen’s Peppermint Tea add 1-2g of the tea to a teapot or infuser. Add freshly boiled water, strain off or pour, add honey or lemon to taste and enjoy!
Each box of The Druid’s Kitchen Herbal Tea has its own use by date and batch number. Please keep packaging for future reference.
Ingredients: 100% Peppermint Leaves.
Minimum weight: TBC
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The information above is not intended to replace medical advice. The use of any information provided by The Druid’s Kitchen is solely the user’s responsibility. The Druid’s Kitchen advise that you consult a health professional before using essential oils or herbs.