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Peppermint leaves


Scientific name: Menthae piperitae folium

Synonyms: Peppermint leaf, Peppermint

Family: Lamiaceae

Occurrence of the plant: Thuringia, Bavaria, Eastern Europe

Characteristics: The leaves are thin, brittle, ovate and between 3 and 9 cm long. If you look closely with the help of a magnifying glass, the glandular scales are visible as yellow dots.

Application and preparation

Peppermint leaves


Cramp-like symptoms in the gastrointestinal area as well as the gallbladder and bile ducts.


Antibacterial, calming, anti-inflammatory, germicidal, bilious, antispasmodic, analgesic

Tea making

1 tablespoon (approx. 1.5 g) of peppermint leaves is poured with boiling water (approx. 150 ml) and after 10 to 15 minutes, if necessary, strained through a tea strainer.


Unless otherwise prescribed, one cup of the tea is drunk two to four times a day.

Included in:

Bile tea – PZN 03962248

Calming tea – PZN 03962219

Stomach and intestinal tea – PZN 03962260

Bladder and kidney tea – PZN 03962225

Happy moment - PZN 15386376

Inner balance - PZN 16739339

Fresh energy - PZN 15386382

Alkaline tea – PZN 16122478

Alkaline tea in a pyramid tea bag – PZN 16123911

Peppermint leaf tea – PZN 15892145

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