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The healing effect of mint

  1. Mint is a wonderfully fragrant herb that goes perfectly with a summer fruit salad and is often used in Moroccan cuisine. But the fresh green leaves can also be used for their medicinal effect against unwanted hair growth, stomach and intestinal problems, a cold and cardiovascular diseases. In addition, mint can soothe muscle pain, improve oral hygiene and have a relaxing effect during stress.

The medicinal effect of mint

  1. Unwanted hair growth in women

Side Effects

  1. Mint is generally well tolerated, but it can trigger allergic reactions in some people, such as difficulty breathing, a swollen tongue and swollen lips. If you already have gallstones, it is better not to use mint because the extra production of bile can cause more gallstones to form. The essential oil should never be taken and pills containing mint extract should be limited to 90 grams per day. It is advisable to limit yourself to three cups of mint tea per day when you are pregnant because the effect of mint on pregnant women has not yet been sufficiently researched.

  2. Mint is generally well tolerated, but it can trigger allergic reactions in some people, such as difficulty breathing, a swollen tongue and swollen lips. If you already have gallstones, it is better not to use mint because the extra production of bile can cause more gallstones to form. The essential oil should never be ingested and pills containing mint extract should be limited to 90 grams per day. It is advisable to limit yourself to three cups of mint tea per day when you are pregnant because the effect of mint on pregnant women has not yet been sufficiently researched.



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