According to her, people with low blood pressure should be careful with mint, as the plant has a hypotensive effect. But by no means only for them. In certain cases, eating mint can harm the body.
According to her, people with low blood pressure should be careful with the plant, as mint has a hypotensive effect. It is also contraindicated in varicose veins due to a decrease in vascular tone.
“Men may experience a decrease in libido, and if a woman is planning a pregnancy, she should also give up mint,” Tikhomirova said.
People without these diseases will benefit from the mint. In particular, it will help to cope with intestinal pain and migraines, says the nutritionist.
“In addition, mint reduces menstrual cramps and has an antibacterial effect. It can be used to make an ideal drink that reduces nausea and has a refreshing effect,” Tikhomirova said.