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Mint Powder Uses & Benefits

Mint is packed with various benefits that make it more than a mocktail, chutney, or raita ingredient, from aiding digestion to keeping your breath fresh for a long time.

Here are some benefits of Mint

Aids Digestion

Mint powder can treat a wide range of stomach issues. Mint's powder's antiseptic and antibacterial properties aid in treating indigestion and soothing an upset stomach.

Eases Symptoms of Morning sickness or Nausea

Mint is an excellent way of getting rid of nausea, and it's perfect for morning sickness. Every morning, eating mint powder or inhaling some leaves of Mint could help expectant mothers get over their nausea and cope better.

Good for Oral Health

Because of its germicidal characteristics, the mint powder can help rapidly freshen your breath, and it also aids in the removal of plaque from the teeth. Menthol toothpaste, mouthwash, or chewing gums help stop bacteria from growing in your mouth and keep your mouth clean.

Used for Culinary Purpose

Mint leaves have delicate stems and are fragile herbs. Mint powder should be added at the end of the cooking process to keep the mild flavour and texture of the dish. Mint powder is commonly used in Middle Eastern meals, such as lamb, soups, and vegetable salads.

Uses of Mint

  • Mix lime juice with sugar or stevia and crushed mint leaves to make a mint limeade. Add filtered water and ice cubes to finish.
  • Mint is used with diced apples, pear, lemon or lime juice, jalapeño, and honey in a fresh fruit salsa. Serve with pita chips dipped in cinnamon or on top of roasted chicken.
  • Mix in some mint powder and cucumber to make your water more refreshing.
  • Add mint powder to your chocolate chip cookie dough.
  • Pouring hot water over mint leaves and steeping for 5-6 minutes for homemade mint tea. Try using chocolate mint leaves for a twist.
  • Chopping mint and tossing with fresh pineapple for a quick snack.
  • Drinks and foods containing this herb may provide a refreshing burst in summer.
  • One peculiar property of Mint that seems quite contrary to its traditional cooling and soothing effects is that it might induce sweating if consumed during fever, thereby breaking the fever and speeding the recovery rate.
  • Mint juice can also be applied to heal and soothe burns.
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