Moroccan tea is a mixture of green and mint tea with a thirst-quenching and refreshing action. The Bedouins of North Africa have been drinking it for centuries to better withstand the torrid heat of those areas.
In phytotherapy, peppermint is used as an herbal tea to treat respiratory and digestive disorders. Taken in the evening in small quantities, mint is useful for relaxing and encouraging sleep. In summer it is indicated for its thirst-quenching action.