Peppermint

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  • “Ran out of my stash of Stash mint. So I sprung the 98 cents at Walmart. Let me just say you get what pay for. There is a grassy flavor to this instead of that clean crisp mint flavor. Meh” Read full tasting note
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  • “Summer tends to be my least favorite season because I have a tendency to sporadically get migraines starting in late May and lasting through the early part of September. I suspect a few reasons...” Read full tasting note
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    Calochortus 84 tasting notes
  • “If you’re the least bit familiar with me or my blog, you’ve possibly figured out that I’m kind of crazy about mint – the taste, the herb, the smell, blah blah blah. I dig it. Needless to say, I...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This was one of the first Carrington teas I tried and it's my favorite. It's good to drink if you have an upset stomach, as peppermint is good for settling an upset stomach! I usually steep it for...” Read full tasting note
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From Carrington Tea

Remember the cool, icy satisfaction of your first candy cane? The Carrington Tea Company offers that same satisfaction in our 100% natural, sugar-free and caffeine-free Carrington Peppermint Herbal. Serving Suggestion: Stir a teaspoonful of cocoa into a piping hot cup !

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Ran out of my stash of Stash mint. So I sprung the 98 cents at Walmart. Let me just say you get what pay for. There is a grassy flavor to this instead of that clean crisp mint flavor. Meh

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Summer tends to be my least favorite season because I have a tendency to sporadically get migraines starting in late May and lasting through the early part of September. I suspect a few reasons (pesticides, heat, staring at computer screens for too long, Idahoans, etc.), but it usually hits the hardest early in June and in the middle of August.

…That is, right now. This year has been really weird, too. I’ve had the normal full-on migraines, but I’ve also had random difficulty speaking, partial loss of sight (?!) that gradually went away, loss of sensation, and all sorts of symptoms that haven’t happened on their own before, including a lingering nausea.

I’m just going to blame the university students coming back to town until I can find a decent clinic (that usually requires a 2+ hour drive), but I’m drinking this tea for now. It’s pretty good for my nausea, especially at night and at work, but it’s also great as an add-in for green tea since it’s 100% peppermint. If I can survive the annual undergrad migration and make it to Walmart, I’ll probably pick up another box of this simply because it’s so easy to make on bad days.

Veronica

Oh my word, that sounds awful! I hope you’re able to find a decent doctor soon and get some relief. If it turns out your allergic to Idahoians hopefully there’s a pill for that. ;-)

Indigobloom

Fingers crossed your migraines go away!

gmathis

The good thing about peppermint tea is that it’s hard to ruin, so you can buy on the cheap end of the scale and drink it plentifully.

Calochortus

It really seems like it’s a complex of symptoms, so it may not just be migraines. I used to be relatively immune to Idahoans, but perhaps things have changed. Thank goodness for peppermint!

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If you’re the least bit familiar with me or my blog, you’ve possibly figured out that I’m kind of crazy about mint – the taste, the herb, the smell, blah blah blah. I dig it.

Needless to say, I find it very hard to pass up a box of mint tea while out shopping – brand doesn’t matter, packaging doesn’t matter, bag or loose, flavored or unflavored…if it’s minty, this sucker’s buying it.

The newest mint tea I’ve tried comes in tea bag form, and it’s courtesy of Carrington Tea (the makers of one of my favorite green teas ever). It’s Carrington’s Peppermint Tea (ingredients? 100% Peppermint Leaves. That’s it. How great is that?). I picked up a 20-bag box at Wal-Mart for – get this – $0.97. Yep, ninety-seven pennies. Okay, I didn’t actually purchase it with 97 pennies, but hey, I could have, plus a few cents tax. Anyway, the tea is really, really good. I’ve been drinking it hot (it’s how I roll), but I’ve heard that it tastes great iced, too. It’s got a tiny aftertaste that’s slightly sweet, to me at least. But I’m sort of like the princess and the pea in that regard – if there’s a sweet taste to find, I’ll find it. (I just don’t love a sweet taste to my drinks unless it’s like a frappuccino or an iced mocha or something like that; but sweetness in my tea? No thanks.)

Anyway, I still recommend this tea, and you really can’t beat the price. Peppermint is known to be good for you, and obviously herbal tea won’t hurt you, so dig the change out of your drawers or couch cushions, get yourself to Wal-Mart, and go crazy.

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This was one of the first Carrington teas I tried and it’s my favorite. It’s good to drink if you have an upset stomach, as peppermint is good for settling an upset stomach! I usually steep it for about four minutes and forty five seconds

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