Memory boosting peppermint tea

Memory boosting peppermint tea

This memory boosting peppermint tea recipe is packed with the powerful cognitive benefits of peppermint.

A study we reported on yesterday from Northumbria University showed that peppermint boosts memory. The researchers found that peppermint tea showed significant improvements in long term memory. Peppermint tea also increased working memory and alertness compared to the other drinks in the study.

Let’s take a closer look at the ingredients in this memory boosting peppermint tea recipe.

Scientists are just beginning to discover the amazing properties of peppermint for memory. Like we reported yesterday, peppermint has significant benefits on long term memory, working memory, and alertness.


Grab about 10 mint leaves
Bring filtered water to boil in a teapot
Put your mint leaves in a cup
Pour boiling water over mint leaves
Let the leaves steep for about 5-10 minutes
Feel free do add a tsp of lemon juice and raw honey to elevate this tea

Make sure ingredients are organic
Enjoy this memory boosting peppermint tea!

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1. “Drinking Peppermint Tea Boosts Memory.” GreenMedInfo. Drinking Peppermint Tea Boosts Memory, n.d. Web. 19 Sept. 2016.
2. “Peppermint Tea Can Help Your Memory.” The British Psychological Society. The British Psychological Society, n.d. Web. 19 Sept. 2016.

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One Comment

  1. For best results, avoid boiling a peppermint tea, and instead add simmering water to a cup of the material instead of boiling directly (too high of a temperature will cook the leaves and ruin their delicate flavors). Use about 1-2 teaspoons of herb for one cup of water.

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