Tea for mothers. Cumin fruits help eliminate bloating, stomach cramps, menstrual pain, promote expectoration, stimulate milk secretion, improve appetite, and have anti-inflammatory effects. Cumin was one of the first medicinal plants in Egypt to be cultivated by the inhabitants themselves. Already there, the properties of the plant were discovered: sedative, antiseptic, wound healing properties, the ability to improve the functioning of the digestive system and reduce bloating. Since ancient times, caraway tinctures have also been used in folk cosmetics - both for hair and skin. Until a few centuries ago, people attributed lemon balm tea to its calming, relaxing, pain-relieving, sweating and gas-inducing effects. Melissa lowers blood pressure, so it should not be taken by people with low blood pressure. Mint tea was used in ancient times not only for its pleasant refreshing taste, but also in cases of nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, flu and colds, as well as rheumatism and nerve pain.