AuthorLeah St John, CHN
RatingDifficultyBeginner

Peppermint is widely known to help aid digestion, soothe an upset stomach, and calm the body. As such, peppermint tea is a great beverage option after you have eaten a meal, if you have indigestion or an upset stomach, or if you are feeling stressed.

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Yields1 Serving
Prep Time5 minsCook Time10 minsTotal Time15 mins

 1 mug of boiling water
 10 leaves fresh peppermint leaves (more leaves = stronger tea)
 1 tsp sweetener of choice (optional)

1

Roughly tear the peppermint leaves, and place them into the bottom of your favorite mug. Fill the mug with boiling water.

2

Let the peppermint leaves brew for 5-10 minutes. Brewing time depends on how strong you want your tea.

3

Remove the peppermint leaves and add sweetener, if desired.

4

Drink, and enjoy your tea's calming & soothing benefits.

Notes
5

Depending on how strong you like your peppermint tea, you can use more or less leaves than suggested.

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Ingredients

 1 mug of boiling water
 10 leaves fresh peppermint leaves (more leaves = stronger tea)
 1 tsp sweetener of choice (optional)

Directions

1

Roughly tear the peppermint leaves, and place them into the bottom of your favorite mug. Fill the mug with boiling water.

2

Let the peppermint leaves brew for 5-10 minutes. Brewing time depends on how strong you want your tea.

3

Remove the peppermint leaves and add sweetener, if desired.

4

Drink, and enjoy your tea's calming & soothing benefits.

Notes
5

Depending on how strong you like your peppermint tea, you can use more or less leaves than suggested.

Fresh Peppermint Tea