Lavender Mint Herb (Mentha x piperita)

The leaves of the lavender mint are used to make a tea called “lavendar” or “lougar”. The tea is made from fresh herb. You can use it as a refreshing drink after exercise, during cold weather or even just before bedtime. The taste of the tea depends on how much water you add to it.

A small amount of the tea makes you feel relaxed and calm. However, if you have too much of it, your mind becomes slightly foggy and you may experience some dizziness.

If you want to get rid of headache or other symptoms caused by stress, then drinking a cup of lavender mint tea will help relieve them. If you need to relax yourself after working hard all day long, then drinking a cup of lavender mint tea might be helpful for that purpose.

How To Use Lavender Mint Herbs?

You can buy lavender mint herb at any herbal shop. They usually sell it in bags or boxes. The best way to use lavender mint herbs is to soak them in hot water until they become soft and pliable. Then, you can squeeze out the liquid into a glass jar and store it away for later use.

Lavender Mint Herb (Mentha x piperita)

You can also buy dried lavender mint herb at any herbal shop. They usually sell it in boxes. The best way to use dried lavender mint herbs is to crush them into small pieces and store them away for later use.

How To Make A Lavender Mint Herbal Tea?

You’ll need the following ingredients:

– One glass of hot water.

– A handful of lavender mint herb.

The process is quite simple:

Step 1: Put one glass of water to boil using a stove or a hot water dispenser.

Step 2: Once the water begins to boil, remove it from the heat and add the lavender mint herbs. Let them steep in the water for about 15 minutes.

Step 3: After 15 minutes, strain the herbs from the water using a spoon or a sieve.

Step 4: Add sugar and honey to improve the taste of the herbal tea, if you like.

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You can store the remaining herbal tea in a closed container in your refrigerator for no longer than two days.

How To Eat Lavender Mint Herbs?

You can eat lavender mint herbs in many different ways. However, make sure that you don’t eat them raw because they might cause stomach upset and flatulence. Take a look at the following ways of eating lavender mint herbs:

– You can chew some fresh lavender mint leaves after a meal. This will help to freshen your breath.

– You can make a simple lavender mint pesto by combining some garlic, pine nuts, and parmesan cheese in a food processor or a blender. Then, simply add the lavender mint herbs and pulse until smooth. Add some more or less oil as needed. You can store the herbal pesto in a jar in your refrigerator for up to one week.

– You can mix the dried lavender mint with some dried chili flakes, paprika, salt and pepper. After that, add sunflower seeds and toast them in a dry non-stick pan for about 2 minutes. Put the mix in a coffee grinder and pulse until you get a fine powder. Add this powder to hummus, yogurt or sour cream.

– You can use dried lavender mint in your food by combining it with rice, grains, or any other dried beans. You can also cook vegetables and combine them with some dried lavender mint herbs.

Lavender Mint Tea Side Effects

Although there are no side effects linked to lavender mint tea, this beverage is not recommended for pregnant women or for women who are breastfeeding. Both lavender and mint might have an effect on the hormone levels in the body.

You should also not drink this tea in excess. Although there are no serious side effects caused by consuming lavender mint on a regular basis, this herb can slow down the activity of the central nervous system. In addition to that, it might also cause problems with urination and breathing difficulties in rare cases.

If you are allergic to mint, lavender or other herbs from the same family, you should avoid eating this plant.


There are no known contraindications.

Important Notes

Allergies: People who are allergic to mint, lavender or other plants from the same family might experience allergic reactions while consuming this tea. Therefore, if you have allergies, make sure to do a skin test before using this beverage.

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Breastfeeding: If you are breastfeeding your baby, you should avoid drinking this tea because it might cause some problems with your milk production.

Pregnancy: Pregnant women should avoid drinking this tea because it has a slight amount of caffeine in it. Caffeine can cause premature contractions, which might prove to be very risky for both the mother and the baby.


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