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Try this quick and easy Mint & Basil Lemonade Recipe filled with fresh, seasonal ingredients. Moreover, it is packed with antioxidants, and is also great for one’s immunity!
- Muddle the basil & mint leaves, using a muddler or the back of a wooden spoon.
- Then, mix the stevia and 1/2 cup water in a pan and heat on low heat, stirring continuously, until the extract dissolves.
- Now, pour the stevia syrup over the muddled herbs and then allow it to steep and then cool to room temperature.
- Then strain the syrup into a mason jar.
- Combine the mint and basil simple syrup with the lemon juice and add 1 cup of water.
- Pour over ice and also serve with a spring of each – mint and basil.
- Mint and basil combo is excellent support for the digestive system that soothes down the nauseatic feeling if any.
- Moreover, mint promotes bile production and also aids fat metabolism. It is anti-bacterial i.e. an excellent ingredient for your oral health.
- Basil contains antioxidants that help to fight diseases and viruses. And, it is anti-inflammatory in nature that helps to relieve acidity or bloating issues.
- It is also great for combating stress levels.
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