Like you, we try to do good things for our bodies, but sometimes it is hard. There are lots of big things we can do to stay healthy like drink plenty of water, eat a balanced diet, and exercise. But, small things count too.
Little changes in your daily habits can have a significant impact. One easy way to improve your health is to drink herbal tea. It is especially beneficial to make teas from fresh leaves grown in your garden!
In this article, we will teach you how to make sage mint tea at home. Which, by the way, provides 10% of your recommended daily intake of vitamin K (Healthline.com)!
Sage mint tea recipe
makes 8 ounces
- 1 teaspoon fresh or dried sage leaves
- 1 teaspoon fresh or dried mint leaves
- 8 ounces hot water
- Steep the sage and mint in the boiling water for 3-5 minutes.
- Add honey, Stevia, or cane sugar to sweeten, if desired.
Tip: Try adding verbena or rosemary!
Sage mint tea benefits
According to Healthline.com by drinking sage tea or seasoning your food with the herb; you will reap the following advantages:
- Rich in vitamin K
- Contains tons of antioxidants which reduce the risk of cancer and improve memory health
- Can help lower cholesterol
- Antibacterial properties can help prevent cavities
- Helps to relieve symptoms of menopause
- May be beneficial in managing blood sugar
- Supports brain health
We are so in love with mint that we use it in several tea and detox water recipes. Mostly because it tastes great but its also does amazing things for your body! Check out our recipe for blackberry mint-infused water to learn all the rewards mint has to offer.
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