Mint powder keeps the scalp clean free from dandruff and inflammation. It acts as an excellent coolant by keeping scalp refreshed, and balances healthy pH of scalp.
Mint is a popular ingredient in several foods and beverages, ranging from teas and alcoholic drinks to sauces, salads and desserts. While eating the plant offers some health benefits, research shows that several of mint’s health benefits come from applying it to the skin, inhaling its aroma or taking it as a capsule. Mint may also be effective at relieving other digestive problems such as upset stomach and indigestion.
You can easily add mint to green salads, desserts, smoothies and even water. Using fresh mint and other herbs and spices in cooking can help a person add flavor while reducing their sodium and sugar intake. Mint is a calming herb that people have used for thousands of years to help soothe an upset stomach or indigestion.