Fall Lavender Mint Tea
This fall lavender mint tea is an absolute must add to your ageless radiance beauty supply box.
Some studies suggest that lavender tea helps digestive issues and also soothes the gut.
Meanwhile mint as well improves digestion, combining these caffeine free herbs packs a punch. Not only to your gut but also in the nervous system. These herbs both encourage relaxation as well as prevents nausea for our expectant moms and moms to be.
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Besides ageless radiance and beauty you can feel, this fall lavender mint tea freshens the breath. It also strengthens the immune system and fights the common cold. So therefore a great staple for fall and winter months.
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The tea itself is very fragrant, calming and relaxing. It tastes delightful with or without honey. The floral herbaceous perfume of lavender and minty mint fills your senses and fills the room with the most enticing aromas.
Mint tea is a delightful and refreshing way to stay healthy and can help you boost your immune system, improve digestion and reduce aches and pains.
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Start with freshly picked or dried lavender and mint leaves. My friend cut back her lavender and mint plants for fall so I had some delicious fresh herbs for tea.
- Lemon wedge
- honey to taste
- First, place lavender petals and buds and mint leaves into a saucepan.
- Then pour water over the herbs, and bring to a boil.
At which point turn the heat to low and simmer tea until flavor is your desired strength. About 15 to 20 minutes.
Strain out mint and lavender petals and serve tea hot with fresh lemon and honey.
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