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A – Z of Herbal Remedies

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Mint, Mistletoe and Rosemary

Other Names: Mint, Spearmint, Garden Mint, Curled Mint, Lamb Mint, Mackerel Mint, Hart Mint, Fish Mint, Our Lady's Mint, Sage of Bethlehem, Green Mint, Spire Mint, Silver Mint, Menthol Mint, Mentha Spicata
Traditional Usages: Culinary Mint, Mint Sauce (England), Gargle for Mouth and Gums, Mad Dog Bites, Earache, Digestion, Bad Breath, Mint Tea for Nausea, Headaches, Heavy Colds, Flu, Hiccoughs, Flatulence and Insomnia, Chapped Skin, Facial Tonic, Rinse for Oily Hair, Stimulating Bath, Oil for Relief of Migraine, Facial Neuralgia, Rheumatic Pains, Muscular Aches and Mosquito and Moth Repellent, Chew Leaves for Toothache, Antiseptic for Itching Skin, Deter Ants from the home, Mice are averse to the smell of Mint, Whiten Teeth, Hirsutism -Excessive Hair Growth, Reduces Male Sex Hormones, Inhale to Relieve Nasal Congestion, Diarrhea, Constipation,
Resources: Europe, Northern Africa, Western Asia, US, Australia, Maderia, China, Indonesia, New Zealand, Middle East, Britain
Parts Used: Leaves, Oil Extract
Health Warning: Avoid if Breastfeeding


Mint, Mistletoe and Rosemary - Herbal remedy for Fainting: If you have quite a lot of fainting spells, drink a tea made of mint, mistletoe and rosemary. Infuse one teaspoon of chopped fresh or dried mint, one teaspoon of chopped fresh mistletoe and rosemary in a cup of boiling water for 10-minutes. Strain and drink one cup twice daily.

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