The Mint Kiss™ luxury tea blend is a traditional herbal recipe with a modern twist that has benefits. This infusion has been carefully selected and professionally blended so that the ingredients amplify and complement each other for maximum flavour and benefit.
T’n’T Teas® Mint Kiss™ is a sweet, minty, aromatic infusion for any time of day, with the great advantage of mint tea is that it has a strong refreshing effect and does not contain caffeine at all, so anyone can consume it with confidence.
All our teas are blended to provide not only a satisfying, intense flavour, but may we a legally unable to provide any details of its medical benefits. This is an excellent brew, served hot or iced.
We offer discounts if you buy more than 1. Buy any 3 for £15 (additional teas charged at £5 each).
Mint Kiss™ may be beneficial in a number of functional roles, based on the properties of the ingredients. Each herb and combinations of ingredients in this blend are clinically proven to ease bloating and indigestion(3)(10), Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)(9)(13), peptic ulcers(1), bile flow(14), diarrhoea(2), constipation(11) and colic(15). The diuretic effect of the Nettle(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(12) also has far-reaching benefits for the renal system(16) as well as providing vital vitamins and minerals.
Please note that this is not medical advice. If you have any concerns about your health, please talk to your doctor.
Increased antispasmodic activity: The digestive tract’s muscles can be relaxed and muscle spasms treated thanks to the antispasmodic properties of nettle, peppermint, and spearmint. When consumed together, these herbs’ antispasmodic properties are enhanced.
Reduced inflammation: All four herbs — peppermint, spearmint, nettle, and liquorice — have the ability to alleviate inflammation. These herbs work together to reduce intestinal inflammation, improve digestion, and diminish the symptoms of gastrointestinal conditions like IBS.
Enhanced bile flow: The liver creates bile, a substance that helps the small intestine digest fats. Spearmint, peppermint, and liquorice can all help to increase bile flow, which improves digestion and lessens the symptoms of gastrointestinal illnesses such fatty liver disease.
Increased nutrient absorption: Nettle is a good source of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, which increases nutritional absorption. Additionally, liquorice is a good source of potassium and magnesium. Together, nettle and liquorice can raise the rate at which nutrients are absorbed from the diet, enhancing general health and well-being.
GMO-Free. Suitable for vegans.
This tea contains 100% natural products without allergens or impurities, and no added flavours and colourants, so its consumption should not cause any unpleasant stomach upsets.
Mint Kiss™ uses certified, premium quality professionally mixed ingredients, from the highest quality, medicinal natural herbs from around the world. We pay special attention to the purity of the plants, so we only buy the certified raw materials for our products from reliable, controlled sources, so we can ensure that we minimise contact with foreign substances during storage, transportation, and production.
For hot tea: Boil a fresh cup of water, pour over 1-2 teaspoons of tea, and steep with a cover for 15-20 minutes. Best consumed freshly brewed as a hot drink, this has a beneficial effect on your digestion, immune system, and mood.
For an iced tea: Boil a cup of fresh water, pour over 2-3 tablespoons of tea, and steep with a cover for 15-20 minutes; strain it and add Stevia, Honey or sugar to taste and a drop of lemon juice. To cool, dilute with 2-3 cups of iced water or soda water.
In this special tea mixture, the ingredients amplify and complement each other’s effects, thanks to the synergy between them, providing the freshness and calming compounds needed to chill out and relax.
Mint Kiss™ tea is a 100% natural product, it does not contain allergens or impurities, and it does not contain added flavours, so its consumption should not cause unpleasant stomach upsets. People with high blood pressure should avoid consuming too much of this tea.
T’n’T Teas® Mint Kiss™ tea is a certified, premium quality professionally mixed product, made with the highest quality, medicinal natural herbs from around the world. We pay special attention to the purity of the plants, so we only buy the certified raw materials for our products from reliable, controlled sources, so we can ensure that we minimise contact with foreign substances during storage, transportation, and production.
CAUTION: Herbs have medicinal properties and can promote the body’s physical and mental self-healing and harmonising process, but they cannot replace medical examination, care and possible treatment – so if you are on medication from your doctor, please check that they are happy for you to drink the tea. If you feel any discomfort, stop and only restart slowly if you are comfortable doing so (it might not be the herbal tea that causes the discomfort!). Pregnant or breastfeeding women, or children under the age of 12 years old, should exercise extra caution.
Prepared in an area where Mustard seed & Celery are also used. Herbs have medicinal properties that will affect the body, but should not replace examination and advice from your medical practitioner. Please check that they are happy for you to drink herbal infusions. If you feel any discomfort, stop immediately and find out the cause (it may not be herbal tea that caused the discomfort!).
People with high blood pressure should limit their intake of this tea and consult their doctor, as the mint and liquorice can increase hypertension. Patients with gallstones should avoid this tea. If you take any of these medicines, you should consult your doctor before consuming liquorice regularly.
Warnings – Ingredients
Peppermint: When used sparingly, peppermint is mostly safe for most individuals, although it can have negative effects like heartburn, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, and headaches.
Medicines like Warfarin and peppermint may interact and make bleeding more likely when used together. Additionally, it may interact negatively with antacids and lessen their effectiveness. If you take diabetes medications, it is crucial to monitor blood sugar levels because peppermint may also lower blood sugar levels.
Liquorice: When taken in moderation, liquorice is typically safe for most individuals, yet it can have negative effects such as headaches, low potassium levels, high blood pressure, and muscle weakness.
Low potassium levels can result from liquorice’s interactions with diuretics. The risk of adverse effects may also be increased by interactions with cardiac medicines. If you are on diabetes medications, it is crucial to monitor your blood sugar levels because liquorice can also lower blood sugar levels.
Spearmint: When ingested in moderation, spearmint is typically safe for the majority of individuals, although it can have some negative effects, including heartburn, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhoea. Spearmint can raise the risk of bleeding by interacting with blood thinners like warfarin. Additionally, it may interact negatively with antacids like Tums and lessen their effectiveness.
Nettle: When used in moderation, nettles are generally harmless for the majority of individuals, although they can have adverse effects like headaches, diarrhoea, upset stomach, and skin irritation.
Nettle can enhance the risk of bleeding by interacting with blood thinners. It can also reduce blood sugar levels and interact with diabetes treatments.
Before using any herbal combination, it’s crucial to see your doctor, especially if you have any underlying medical issues or are taking any drugs.
It’s crucial to be aware of any possible adverse effects when taking a peppermint, liquorice, spearmint, and nettle herbal blend. Before using any herbal blend, it’s advisable to see your doctor, especially if you have any underlying medical issues or are taking any drugs.
The herbal combination of peppermint, liquorice, spearmint, and nettle has also been associated with the following possible additional negative effects:
- Allergic reactions
If you experience any of these side effects after consuming the herbal blend, stop taking it and talk to your doctor.
(1) Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics – “Combination of nettle and liquorice extracts for the treatment of peptic ulcers: a randomised controlled trial” (2017).
(2) Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics – “A randomised controlled trial of a herbal blend containing nettle and liquorice extracts for the treatment of diarrhoea” (2013).
(3) Avicenna Journal of Phytomedicine – “A randomised controlled trial of a herbal blend containing peppermint, spearmint, nettle, and liquorice extracts for the treatment of indigestion” (2015).
(4) Food Chemistry – “Nettle (Urtica dioica L.) leaves as a novel source of biologically active compounds.” (2018).
(5) Journal of Ethnopharmacology – “Diuretic effect of Urtica dioica leaf extract in rats.” (2018).
(6) Journal of Ethnopharmacology – “Diuretic and antihypertensive effects of Urtica dioica leaf extract in patients with mild to moderate hypertension: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial.” (2020).
(7) Journal of Food Composition and Analysis – “Nutritional profile of nettle (Urtica dioica L.) leaves: A valuable non-conventional food.” (2021).
(8) Nutrients – “Nettle (Urtica dioica) as a source of vital vitamins and minerals for human nutrition.” (2022).
(9) Phytomedicine – “Synergistic effects of peppermint and spearmint oils on the relief of irritable bowel syndrome symptoms” (2018).
(10) Phytomedicine – “Combination of peppermint and liquorice extract is more effective at relieving indigestion symptoms in participants than either extract alone.” (2017).
(11) Phytomedicine – “A randomised controlled trial of a herbal blend containing peppermint and liquorice extracts for the treatment of constipation” (2012).
(12) Phytomedicine – “Nettle leaf extract (Urtica dioica) has a diuretic effect in healthy adults: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial.” (2017).
(13) Phytotherapy Research – “Combination of peppermint, spearmint, and nettle leaf extract is more effective at relieving irritable bowel syndrome symptoms in participants than a placebo.” (2019).
(14) Phytotherapy Research – “Synergistic effects of peppermint and liquorice extracts on bile flow” (2016).
(15) Phytotherapy Research – “A randomised controlled trial of a herbal blend containing peppermint and nettle extracts for the treatment of colic in infants” (2014).
(16) Phytotherapy Research – “Effect of nettle leaf extract on blood pressure and renal function in patients with hypertension: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial.” (2019).
Natural therapies have a wide range of potential applications. They can assist the immune system, other systems, or the body’s own natural healing processes. Additionally, they may contain some of the necessary lipids, vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. One of the many thousands of “non-essential but beneficial nutrients” can also come from them. These nutrients, such as bioflavonoids, antioxidants, and other nutritional categories, are frequently discussed.
Herbs, vitamins, and foods that may support bodily health are examples of natural cures. For instance, antioxidants are now thought to be essential for reducing oxidative damage, one of the body’s primary drivers of ageing.
We feel it is our moral duty to inform you of these, even though we cannot legally advertise them on- and offline. This is set out in the Human Medicines Regulations 2012(https://bit.ly/3QIzKeg), which is a local form of the European Herbal Directive 2004/24/EC (https://bit.ly/3tYFc3I). This states, among other requirements, that ‘The regulations govern the advertising and promotion of herbal products to ensure that they are not misleading and do not make unauthorized medicinal claims.’
This prevents any benefits or side effects from being mentioned on the ‘sales’ or advertising pages of any website or literature. As we insist on complying with the legal requirements, we cannot/did not publish this information on the public pages of our website.
This download provides you with generic clinical information about the individual ingredients and the blend. This is contained in this download, available only to those who choose to buy and use the product and decide to download the extra information. In this way, we also comply with other legislation, such as Natasha’s Law.
If you want to find out more information about each medicinal herb, visit our parent website at www.thehortusmedicus.com which lists all our herbal ingredients, benefits, and possible side effects.
Certain natural medicines not only help the body stay healthy under specific conditions, but they can also aid in the resolution of health issues. We recommend speaking with a licensed natural health professional, such as a medical herbalist like us, and/or your healthcare professional for the finest guidance in this area. Regretfully, we cannot legally advertise information about the several uses of natural remedies due to recent changes in UK law, but by downloading this, you accept that this constitutes an initial consultation and that you should contact us for a free consultation should you need any more information or guidance.