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Peppermint Tea: Calming and Numbing Effect Helps with Insomnia

Peppermint Tea

  • Just the thought of having a candy that’s cooling to your taste buds is relaxing when thinking about the little peppermints your grandma may have shared whenever she dipped inside her pocketbook for a tissue and pulled out a red-striped candy for you instead
  • Insomnia can be a frustrating condition. Just when you think you are finally falling asleep after hours of tossing and turning, your mind joggles you back into restlessness
  • Herbal sleep aids have been used throughout history to remedy insomnia. There are several different teas used as herbal sleep aid, one of which is peppermint tea
  • Peppermint tea’s calming antidotes are also used for aches and pains, stomach cramping, headaches, symptoms of colds and flu, PMS, stress and more


Just the thought of having a candy that’s cooling to your taste buds is relaxing when thinking about the little peppermints your grandma may have shared whenever she dipped inside her pocketbook for a tissue and pulled out a red-striped candy for you instead. That calming effect does not only come from the little round peppermint candies we twirl in our mouth as we think of our grandmas. Peppermint, in general, is a soothing remedy for several problems from sleeplessness to an upset stomach. In the form of tea, peppermint is soothing to your mind and body.

Insomnia can be a frustrating condition. Just when you think you are finally falling asleep after hours of tossing and turning, your mind joggles you back into restlessness. Before you know it, the birds are chirping outside your bedroom window, the sun just begins to appear, and the alarm clock begins to buzz. Some people have periodic insomnia because they just can’t get their minds to rest. Others have health conditions which keep them from a good night’s sleep. Whatever it may be, researchers continually search for just the right potion to put us into dreamland.

Herbal Sleep AidHerbal sleep aids have been used throughout history to remedy insomnia. There are several different teas used as herbal sleep aids, one of which is peppermint tea. Peppermint is generally known to soothe nerves and said to be one of the best insomnia remedies which can be used. Peppermint tea’s calming antidotes are also used for aches and pains, stomach cramping, headaches, symptoms of colds and flu, PMS, stress and more. Peppermint tea is caffeine free, although it will give you an energy burst if that is what you are looking for. For some reason, while this herbal tea can give you a boost of energy, it will also have a sleep aid affect and relax you into a calm, restful night. Peppermint tea seems to take care of the problem, whatever that may be.

If gardening is something you enjoy doing, peppermint would be a nice addition to your collection of fresh, natural herbs. It is known to be easily grown in most areas. The fresh scent of the peppermint leaves acts as a repellent to flies, mosquitoes, and other pesky critters which hover around your home and garden.

Take the time to treat yourself to a cup of this herbal sleep aid, peppermint tea. When the sun comes up and the birds begin chirping, the buzzing alarm won’t seem so bad since you will have had a good night sleep.

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7 Responses to “Peppermint Tea: Calming and Numbing Effect Helps with Insomnia”

  1. Kimber says:

    I knew that peppermint really helped with headaches but to be honest, I had no idea that it would help with my sleeping problems. Thank you for this info, I will definitely be checking out some peppermint tea tonight to help with my insomnia!

  2. Cooper says:

    So I swear that I read somewhere that peppermint as well as another ingredient really helps with insomnia. Can anyone help me with that second ingredient? I am really having a lot of problems with sleeping due to stress and I would love to be able to sleep tonight! Any help would really be appreciated!

  3. Doucette says:

    Hello Cooper!

    Lavender is going to be that second ingredient. Not only will lavender really help you in the long run with your sleeping problems but if you take a bath in this stuff, you really will feel all of your stress melt right away and you will feel a lot better about everything!

  4. LM says:

    To the person wondering what the other herb might have been – consider Chamomile. So glad you made this post about peppermint – as I can’t live without my altoids peppermints for my ibs (stomach) issues – but I have also noticed that taking one seems to help me calm down. I wondered if it was all in my head – but I really think the peppermint is calming. I’d much rather pop peppermint than pills. Thanks for your great article.

  5. jefnd says:

    Cooper; Try sublingual melatonin. I take 2.5 mg an hour before bed and not only do I sleep better, I feel REAL GOOD when I wake up. I am going to add peppermint tea to compliment the melatonin.

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