• anxiety,
  • nausea,
  • bacterial infections,
  • gas.

People who are sensitive to mint should probably avoid ingesting agastache rugosa because it may have the same effect. Tea is usually prescribed using the dried flowers and leaves of the plant. It is relatively safe for long-term use. A medical professional, however, should be consulted if the herb is taken in high doses.

Ingredients & Weight
fresh Korean mint leaves
4-5 stalks
boiling water
4 cups
sugar or honey
If desired
Preparation directions
  • Bring 4 cups of water to a boil.
  • While water is boiling, fill a 4-6 cup teapot to the brim with hot water from the tap, and let it sit until the tea water boils.
  • When the tea water is boiling, empty the now-warm teapot. Roll the mint between your palms until it is slightly crushed. Place in teapot.
  • Pour boiling water over the crushed mint, cover the teapot, and let it steep for 5 minutes.
  • Pour into your favorite teacup, inhale deeply, and enjoy!
  • Ready -------------------****
How often to use

It has been suggested that, in high doses, agastache rugosa may be useful in preventing and alleviating viral conditions, like the cold or influenza. The carminative effects of the plant can also help settle an upset stomach.

Scientific proof
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