I have always been a fan of peppermint for as long as I can remember. From mint balms, mint chocolates and candies to mint teas--name it, I must've had it. In fact, my mother used to ask and wonder what made me love mint teas--when for her it tasted something like "pinagkawkawan ng paa," [read: a tea that seemed to have been made from foot soaked in water]. My mom said such because mint is usually used as an ingredient when you have foot soak in spa centers.
I love the smell of mint because they're very refreshing. And please don't underestimate the potent powers of these leaves. No, mints aren't just for garnish. This classic favorite deserves a spot in your garden and as part of your food supplement. Here's why:
|Mint Relief Gel Capsules|
Peppermint oil has been linked with reducing pain, stomach upset, and other symptoms of IBS, largely because of the anti-spasmodic effects of methanol found in the stuff. That said, it's no longer a surprise that these benefits have been seen in capsule gel form of Mint Relief from Wellness Refill. But it is advised to see your doctor first before taking on any food supplement for regimen.
I had the privilege of trying out a new product called Mint Relief as recommended by a friend. Being a mint fan, I had no hesitation at all. My friend had also assured it's natural and proven to be safe and effective. Best of all, it's BFAD approved so I knew it there's nothing to worry about. I was truly excited the first time I tried taking Mint Relief! You could really feel the soothing properties of peppermint in a gel capsule.
I had been suffering from menstrual cramps or primary dysmenorrhea, an uncomfortable part of life for most women on a monthly basis. Each time I surf the crimson tide, my daily work gets disrupted because of the pain I get from having dysmenorrhea. I don't want to resort to taking Ibuprofen because doing so might make me dependent on the medicine. I used to drink more water to help ease bloating, but it only makes the symptoms worse. I guess I'm lucky in the sense that some women experience vomiting episodes in conjunction with menstrual cramps.
I was grateful to have tried Mint Relief--it's the first of its kind in the Philippines. It brings instant relief in as fast as 15 to 60 minutes from the time you have taken a capsule. It is 100 percent vegan, gluten-free and halal. Best of all, it has no known allergic reactions, no side effects as well as no artificial flavor.
What do I love most about Mint Relief? It's convenient to take being in a soft gel form. It doesn't burn your wallets as it is being sold only for Php149.95 for 10 soft gel capsules on Lazada, Shopee and directly from their website [they have 10 percent off when you order from their official site].
|Mint Relief can be bought at Lazada|
Mint Relief is said to help ease dysmenorrhea. It can also be used to address tummy aches like constipation, flatulence, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease [commonly known as GERD], and short-time treatment for Irritable Bowel Syndrome [IBS]. It has properties to effectively treat motion sickness like nausea t
Being someone who goes crazy over anything minty, I loved that taking the Mint Relief feels like taking in an airconditioned inside your body. You could feel that tingling minty-fresh sensation inside you.
Mint naturally contains phytonutrients with antioxidant properties which is believed to reduce cellular damages caused by too much stress. The primary anti-inflammatory of mint may limit chronic inflammation. Mint also helps protect your cells from further damage by free radicals that causes damage to organ tissue and helps reduce your risk of developing chronic diseases like heart disease, diabetes, and some cancers. Research also says that compounds found in peppermint leaves have been linked to inhibiting enzymes that promote tumors.
Mint the potent leaves also help reduce your risk of potentially harmful bacteria. Early research also says that mint leaves have been studied for protecting our immune systems from disease-causing disruption.
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