Mint prevents insomnia and balances the digestive tract

Congerdesign’s photo on Pixabay.    Mint restores vitality to all organs, benefiting the nerves, the heart and the digestive tract.

Mint (Mentha sp)


Anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antiseptic, antiviral, anti-flu, anxiolytic, bactericidal, diuretic, depurative, sedative, decongestant, hepatic and expectorant…


Start by putting a teaspoon of dried Mint for a few minutes, in cold water, in a cup. Then add lukewarm water at 75°C and cover for 10 minutes. Once cooled, it is ready to be consumed (see here how to prepare an infusion).


  • Stomach pains,
  • bronchitis,
  • soothing,
  • mental fatigue,
  • intestinal cramps,
  • asthma,
  • diarrhea,
  • headache,
  • digestive stimulant,
  • frigidity,
  • gas,
  • hemorrhoids,
  • impotence,
  • insomnia,
  • poor digestion,
  • rheumatism,
  • sinusitis,
  • hepatic system,
  • cough,
  • vomiting…


Pregnant and lactating women and in people with epilepsy risks or suffering from cardiac imbalances. Each body is different, so be aware of any total or momentary incompatibility generated by its ingestion.

This text is an awareness. Depending on the season and the moment in which you are, it is up to each Being to feel whether to consume this food. The dosage and frequency depend on the nature and physical condition of each Human Being.

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