? Peppermint Colon Cleanse 2011

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Common Names

Peppermint, scientifically referred to as Mentha Piperita, is also known by many other names like Balm Mint, Brandy Mint, Curled Mint, Lambo Mint, Lammint, Pudina and Wu-Pa-Ho.


Peppermint is likewise popular ingredient among consumable goods, which include candies and gums.



Peppermint is generally considered as one of the oldest existing herb. However, the use of peppermint herbs came in ?not so long ago?.


Peppermint, called in the past as spearmint, was formed from the hybrid procedure between two other plants. It comes from a plant genus known as Lamiaceae or the Labiatae Mint family.


Parts Used

The most useful and significantly beneficial part of the Peppermint plant is the leaves and its stems. Peppermint plant extracts have been proven as very effective colon cleanser.


General Information

Because of its peppery cool flavor, Peppermint (or Spearmint) gained popularity as a breath freshener.


Although the ancient people have long been using peppermint for therapeutic medicine, it was after many years that it was accepted as an herbal medicine with properties capable of treating many other ailments even as findings further show peppermint as a very good colon cleanser and detoxifying agent. Incidentally, mass cultivation compelled botanist and scientists into conducting more studies on the peppermint.


Among the peppermints? therapeutic properties include, antispasmodic, astringent, carminative, cephalic, cardiac tonic cordial, emmenagogue, expectorant, hepatic, nervine, stimulant, diaphoretic, skin tonic, vasoconstrictor, vermifuge, analgesic, cooling, adaptogens, insect repellant, breath freshener, febrifuge and antifungal.


Common Uses

Peppermint?s properties are used to treat pains, allergies, anxiety, bronchitis, chronic fatigue, colds, congestion (both for chest and sinus), cough, cardio disorders, influenza, lung and respiratory diseases, migraine, nausea and sinusitis among others.


Peppermint also has properties capable of cleansing our internal digestive system, thus cleanses our colons. It is also used as breath freshener and deodorant, aside from being a kitchen ingredient.