‘Mulethi chai is a miracle cure for a bad cold’. We have heard this from our grandmothers and television commercials. But that’s not the only benefit of Mulethi tea.
The home remedy has a host of other benefits too, and this article lists out some of them
Relief from menstrual cramps
Menstrual cramps give discomfort to women and Mulethi tea can help them overcome it. Sips of mulethi chai can hep them beat cramps as the herb has antispasmodic properties, and also works as a muscle relaxant.
Mulethi tea is one of the best ways to strengthen your immune system, if you are the one who falls ill often. It can be helpful to you especially during the coronavirus pandemic,
Enhances oral health
Strong antimicrobial properties of Mulethi tea ensures your oral health stays up to the mark. Chai made by Mulethi battles against bad breath, actively reduces the growth of harmful bacteria, thus helping you to stay away from the dentist for a long time.
Glycyrrhizin is the main reason for the sweet taste of Mulethi. The same ingredient can also improve digestion. Many use mulethi as an antacid to treat acidity. Consuming a cup of mulethi tea can effectively deal with digestive issues.
Increases memory power
Mulethi enhances your cognitive abilities by increasing focus and concentration. It lowers the risk of memory-related issues that are common among elderly people. As per a study published in the Journal of Natural Science, Biology and Medicine, mulethi can help to enhance memory.
(With inputs from The OnLook News Research Bureau)
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