Wellness - Other | 10-18 yrs

Is Your Child Refusing To Eat? Try Mint


Who does not love a hot, refreshing cup of mint tea? Or, a cooling glass of mint juice? Mint or pudina, as it is commonly known in India, has many health benefits.

Mint is used in a range of dishes – soup, curries, chutneys and ice creams. It is naturally soothing and can be used to treat bloating and abdominal pain. Mint can help sooth migraines. Know more by going through this ClipBook.


Improves Oral Health

Mint has been proven to be a benefit to overall oral health, this not only provides fresh breath for the individual, it also eliminates harmful bacteria in the oral cavity that can cause infection and disease.

Helps In Digestion

Mint is a great appetizer or palate cleanser, and it promotes digestion. It also soothes the stomach in case of indigestion or inflammation. When your stomach feels sick, drinking a cup of mint tea can give you relief.

Prevents Nausea And Headache

Mint leaves, especially freshly crushed leaves help you deal with nausea and headache. The refreshing fresh and strong smells have properties of menthol, menthone, methadone. This helps quickly in reducing the headaches.

Prevents Cough

If suffering from any kind of throat problems such as hoarseness, mint is a very good remedy. Prepare a decoction of mint leaves and rock salt. Gargle with this solution. Mint also helps in the cooling and soothing of the throat and helps in the b...

Cures Pimples And Skin Care

It is well known for curing many skin infections and sooth the skin. Pudina! Mint is used in various cosmetic products like scrubs, face wash cleanser, and lip sticks also. Pudina! Mint leaves and juice are also used to apply on the face to avoid ...

Super 7 Health Benefits Of Mint Leaves

JLN Sastry, Head of Healthcare Research, Dabur Research and Development, and Parameshwar Arora, Senior Ayurveda Consultant, Sir Gangaram Hospital, Delhi have shared a list of benefits you can get from pudina.

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