Summer Healthcare Tips: Add just a few leaves of mint (pudina) to your water bottle





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Published on May 3, 2019

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Here Are Some Benefits Of Mint That May Convince You To Add This To Your Drinking Water This Summer:
1. Keeps Skin Fresh
Mint has anti-inflammatory properties and can help keep your skin fresh and healthy during summers.

Also Read: Top 5 Mint Face Packs To Fight Skin Problems In Summers

2. Fights Summer Pimples
During summers, a lot of people face the problem of excessive oil accumulation and pimples. Mint helps keep acne breakouts at bay, due to its anti-bacterial properties.

3. Keeps Digestive Woes At Bay
Summers are the time when a lot of people complain of excessive stomach acid. The presence of the compound menthol in mint makes it soothing for the digestive system and keeps your stomach healthy.

4. Fights Summer Headaches
If you are prone to headaches, they might get exacerbated during summers, due to dehydration and the dry, hot weather. Mint may help alleviate headaches, due to its strong, refreshing aroma and flavor.

Also Read: 6 Interesting Ways To Add More Mint Or Pudina To Your Diet!

5. Fights Sluggishness During Summers
During summers, often people feel sluggish and sleepy easily, due to the heat. Mint has been known to keep the brain alert and improve memory retention and can help keep this sluggishness and lethargy at bay.

All you need to do to make mint water is to take a few fresh mint leaves (stems removed) and rinse them with clean water, before adding them to your bottle of drinking water. Let the leaves soak in the water to allow the nutrients to seep into it. You might refrigerate the water for a couple of hours, before filtering it out and then using it or transfer your water and mint leaves in an infuser water bottle. The latter may be more effective in allowing you to reap the benefits of mint during summers. If you suffer from any allergies or any chronic conditions, you may consult your physician before adding mint leaves to your drinking water.

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(This content including advice provides generic information only. It is in no way a substitute for a qualified medical opinion. Always consult a specialist or your own doctor for more information.)


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