Mint tea

0% Worth it
100% Not sure
0% Not worth it

Submitted by:

Ginger tea may be the standard recommendation for morning sickness, but mint herbal tea has also long been used to calm the stomach and stop nausea. Try boiling peppermint tea bags, mint from an herbal store, or fresh mint (or a combination of all of them!) for 3 minutes. Allow the tea to cool slightly before drinking, but don't wait too long because the aromatics of the mint, which are what help with nausea, will disperse.

What You'll Need

  • Peppermint tea bags
  • Dried mint from herbal store
  • Fresh mint
  • Pot + water

What You'll Do

Report this health tip as inappropriate
Good Zing does not review third-party tips for the accuracy of any kind, including health or medical advice, diagnosis or treatment recommendations. All tips are submitted by users and should in no way be substituted for professional or medical advice. Good Zing does not provide health or medical advice, diagnosis, treatment or prescription recommendations.


Have your tried this tip?

Help someone out with a quick review

So how well did it work?

1 = Didn't work. 5 = Wohoo!

Your Comment

Join our Facebook community for daily health inspo!

We use cookies to maximise your experience on our site. To ensure we are compliant with new E-privacy Regulations, we are required to ask your consent to set the cookies. A copy of our Cookies Policy can be found here