Peppermint, or mint tea, is a popular drink in Asia and the Middle East.
It’s made from a tea plant called Chinon (the Japanese name for peppermint), which is used in many Asian countries as an herbal medicine and a tonic.
Peppermint tea is made with black pepper, which has a calming effect.
It contains a large amount of caffeine.
It has also been popular in Asia for medicinal purposes.
But is peppermint tea safe?
It is not a drug or addictive like some other teas.
It is a natural tea that has been cultivated in China for thousands of years.
The plants produce no toxins or pesticides, which makes it easy to enjoy.
But people who take it for health reasons should be careful.
Peppermints are not known to cause serious health problems, such as stomach upset.
However, it can be dangerous for children to drink the tea.
A 2010 study in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) found that adults who consumed a large dose of peppermint drink had significantly increased risk of developing kidney stones and other kidney problems.
There is no specific dose for adults who consume a large number of servings of peppermints.
People who are allergic to peppermint should also be cautious, as it is not known if it is safe to use it in this way.
A 2011 study published in the British Medical Journal concluded that people with chronic kidney disease, including those with heart disease, are more likely to develop kidney problems after taking peppermint.
There have been many reports of peppermill deaths, including cases of kidney stones.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says there have been more than 100 deaths from peppermint poisoning in the United States in 2017.
But, experts say that there are no studies showing that the tea causes kidney problems in people with kidney disease.
And, there are several other health problems that peppermint may cause.
The American Heart Association recommends people who drink peppermint drinks to avoid caffeinated beverages like coffee and tea.
People should avoid drinking tea, caffeinated coffee and cola.
There are also other risks that peppermint can cause: a higher risk of kidney disease; liver damage; and liver problems.
If you have kidney disease or other health concerns, call your doctor or get tested for kidney problems, according to the Mayo Clinic.