The absolute best, sweetest, most candy-like peppermint oil you will ever smell! Wonderful to diffuse. Strong, hot/cold mint aroma. Cooling, refreshing, stimulating. Decongestant, carminative.
Temporarily numbing and painkilling effects; increases dermal blood flow.
NEW LOW PRICE!! One of the oldest and most highly-regarded herbs for soothing digestion, it may also improve gastric motility and digestive efficiency. Excellent for motion sickness, morning sickness, headaches and nausea.
Good for fevers, colds and flu. May improve senses of taste and smell when inhaled. Antiseptic, cleansing for the skin.
Helps relieve muscle, arthritic and menstrual pain. Can also improve ability to concentrate and mental activity.
Not to be used on babies or young children. Do not use if taking homeopathic remedies. Dilute 1:1 with carrier oil.
Home inspectors are now recommending this oil to rid houses of spiders!
If your mind is overtaxed and fatigued, you are likely to have trouble focusing and remembering. The good news is that you can re-energize your mind and memory by simply inhaling the fresh, pure scent of peppermint oil in an aromatic lamp. Combine peppermint oil with lemon oil for the greatest benefit.
8 drops of peppermint oil
5 drops of lemon oil
Peppermint oil has cooling, fever reducing and antiseptic properties, largely due to high levels of menthol, which is an antibacterial and anesthetic. The oil helps cure colds, bronchitis and sinus infections. It also aids healthy digestion by increasing digestive, liver and gallbladder secretions and relaxes cramped intestinal muscles. Plus, the scent clears the mind and eases mental tension.
For opening nasal passages
The high menthol content of peppermint oil reduces inflammation in the nasal passages during a cold, opening them up and improving breathing.
Mix a base oil, such as sweet almond oil, with peppermint oil and rub a few drops on your forehead and the nape of your neck. This can rapidly alleviate the pain of a headache and migraine.
For focusing the mind
Whenever you are weary and tense at the end of a taxing day, peppermint oil is a remedy that will revitalize you. It clears your thoughts and allows you to breathe deeply and freely again.
For a cleansing sauna
Regular visits to a sauna stimulate the body’s own defenses. You can increase the detoxifying, fortifying effect of the sauna by adding a few drops of peppermint oil to the water poured on the sauna coals.
For fresh breath
Peppermint oil is an excellent natural alternative to mouthwash. It has a disinfectant effect, inhibits infection and prevents cavities and gum disease, while combating bad breath at the same time.
For motion sickness and nausea, place a few drops of peppermint oil on a cloth. Hold the cloth in front of your mouth and nose and breathe in deeply for a few seconds.
Effective for easing colds, sinus infections, bronchitis, fever, coughs, bad breath, headaches, intestinal cramps, diarrhea and mental exhaustion
Do not treat children with peppermint oil, since the high menthol content can irritate sensitive mucosa. If you have chills, avoid peppermint oil, because of its intense cooling properties. Keep your eyes tightly shut when inhaling peppermint oil, as the vapors can irritate them. The oil may also irritate sensitive skin. Pregnant and nursing women should avoid using the oil altogether.
Packs & compresses
Cold packs with peppermint oil can reduce a fever. Mix 8 drops of peppermint oil and 1 tbsp. of vinegar in 1qt. of cool water. Soak 2 packs in the mixture, wring them out and place them on the calves of your legs. Replace as often as necessary until the fever abates.
A compress with peppermint oil relieves the symptoms of a sinus infection. Mix 5 drops of peppermint oil in 2 cups of warm water. Lay a small cloth dampened with the mixture across your nose and over your cheekbones. Breathe deeply, keeping your eyes closed.
Peppermint oil can help keep skin looking and feeling healthy. The oil reduces the oiliness that can produce skin blemishes. It is also known to help minimize the redness of broken capillaries by constricting the vessel walls. Mix the essential oil with a base oil before applying.
For a cool, refreshing bath, add 2-4 drops of peppermint oil to a tub of tepid water.
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