How to make spearmint tea

How to make spearmint tea at home? Quick Guide

A minty herb rich in antioxidants and other health-promoting plant chemicals is spearmint. For PCOS cysters, especially those with substantial hyperandrogenism and the onset of associated symptoms, spearmint tea is a must-try. 

It improves stomach-related problems, helps regulate blood sugar levels, lessens hair loss, acne, and irregular hair growth, and even enhances memory.

Let’s discover the easiest and most effective spearmint tea recipe.

How to make spearmint tea:



  • Spearmint: You have to use fresh mint! Both peppermint and spearmint (the differences between kinds of mint here) are effective.
  • Water: Use a stovetop or kettle to bring water to a boil (or use a microwave to do the same).
  • Honey (Optional): Drizzle a little honey into the tea to make it a little sweeter!

First, bring the water to a boil.


  1. Use a hot water kettle for this instead of boiling water on the stove, which takes a very long time and consumes a lot of power.

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  1. Just boil the water and then transfer it into the serving cup.

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  1. Add one or two sprigs of Spearmint tea by Women Bloom to each glass after briefly rubbing the sprigs between your palms to assist release the oils. Steep for three to five minutes.

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  1. Serve the spearmint tea in a glass or mug.

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  1. You may optionally add a little Sidr Beri Honey and mix to dissolve it. Add a lemon slice and/or a squeeze of lemon juice as a garnish.

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Benefits of using spearmint tea:

Suitable for Digestive Distress

Many people use spearmint to assist ease the symptoms of gas, indigestion, nausea, and vomiting.

Spearmint’s naturally occurring component (-)-carvone has been demonstrated to potently decrease the contraction of muscles in the digestive system, which may account for its ability to calm digestive problems.

Rich in Antioxidants

Plants naturally contain chemicals called antioxidants, which aid in preventing and repairing damage from free radicals—dangerous molecules that can result in oxidative stress.

Numerous chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, cancer, and heart disease, have been related to oxidative stress. 

Help Hormone Imbalance Women

Spearmint tea may help ladies who are experiencing hormone abnormalities.

Research on women has demonstrated that it can increase female hormones required for ovulation, such as luteinizing hormone (LH), follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), and estradiol, while decreasing male hormones like testosterone.

Women’s Facial Hair Reduction

Having spearmint tea can help prevent hirsutism, which is the development of coarse, black hair on a woman’s face, chest, and belly.

How to get best spearmint tea online:

Spearmint tea by Women Bloom is imported from the UK, has anti-androgenic qualities and dramatically lowers testosterone levels and hirsutism in PCOS-affected women.

In addition, it may help control irregular menstruation, balance hormones, enhance female hair loss, lessen stress and cystic acne, fight infections caused by bacteria, lower blood sugar, aid in memory improvement, and have strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. The tea aids with stomach problems like gastric issues, bloating and digestion issues.

The 80g product will be delivered to you in a safe container.Since the manufacturers don’t want to skimp on quality, all of the components used in the herbal tea are imported from the UK.