New Delhi [India]: Pudina or Mint leaf is one of the most widely used leaves in our day to day usage of life and it is quite helpful in digestion. The scientific name of pudina or mint is Menta. Pudina has been used for thousands of years for its remarkable herbal properties, especially in India and china.
History Pudina goes back to 3,000 years and has been christened as the 'Wonder Herb' which is beneficial for human digestive system.
The rising summer temperature, accelerating frequency of heat waves and rising mercury levels can lead to several health issues during the summer season especially like digestive disorder, heat stroke etc which dampers everyone's health.
Ayurveda has also defined Pudina as an excellent option to beat the heat in summer and helps fight against the digestive problems. It can be also called as palate cleaner by helping us digest our food.
It is packed with antioxidants and phytonutrients that can work wonders for the human stomach.
The menthol present in the wonder herb stimulates the enzymes necessary for digestion of the food, it relaxes the muscles of the stomach, reducing the chances of indigestion and spasms.
Pudina is also known for its calming effect on stomach cramps and ability to triumph over acidity and flatulence.
These benefits are integrated into a single herb, Pudina, which helps to keeps the digestive system healthy.
mint pudina is a trusted, fast action solution for stomach issues like stomach gas, throb and heartburn. It is is natural, safe and fast-action remedy for healthy & pleasant summers.
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