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What about peppermint in toothpaste and sweets?

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Peppermint in ordinary toothpastes and mouth washes is not a problem, neither is mild chewing gum. The stronger peppermints (like Altoids) are best avoided during homeopathic treatment. Mint in cooking is fine, both as a fresh herb in salads, etc., and in teas (on its own or mixed with other herbs).

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