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Biological Name: Menthae haplocalycisMint

Family: Labiatae

Other Names: Bo he, Chinese mint, Mint

Elements Applied: Leaves are commonly in herbal medicine

Used For: The remedy is applied to induce perspiration, improve stomach functionality, treat flatulence and reduce fevers.

Its capacity to induce perspiration is commonly applied to treat inflammatory conditions, like conjunctivitis, sore throat, and headaches. Additionally, it’s applied for rashes and measles. Similar to peppermint the remedy turns the body energy up and relieves stomach conditions. Moreover, it is considered effective for mild cases of measles, hives, allergy rashes, toothaches, and mouth ulcers.

Preparation and Intake: The herb is commonly taken in a quantity from 3 to 6 grams.

Safety: Exercise care when employing mint if you suffer from occasional sweating and weakness. The plant is not recommended to breastfeeding women, as it can reduce milk production.