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Peppermint (Mentha arvensis) - is a hybrid species of spearmint and water mint is found in a wide range of products being frequently used in the food, flavour and cosmetic industries as well as in aromatherapy. The oil is created by steam distilling the leaves, stems and flower buds of the plant....
Peppermint (Mentha arvensis) - is a hybrid species of spearmint and water mint is found in a wide range of products being frequently used in the food, flavour and cosmetic industries as well as in aromatherapy.
The oil is created by steam distilling the leaves, stems and flower buds of the plant. Clinically speaking, peppermint oil is recommended for its anti-nausea benefits and soothing effects on the gastric lining and colon because of its ability to reduce muscle spasms. It also has antimicrobial properties so it can help freshen bad breath and soothe digestive issues.
Use oil of peppermint to wake up your senses first thing in the morning, or during the mid-day slump by using it aromatically or topically.
Great for immunity, you can use it aromatically, topically or probably best yet, find empty capsules, add one drop of peppermint and create your own peppermint oil capsules. Or add a drop to a large glass of water.
May help open the airways when used aromatically or by rubbing a single drop onto the chest.
Because of the antiviral properties (described above), oil of peppermint can be dabbed directly onto a cold sore. Only a small amount is needed!
Dilute 1 drop of peppermint in a small dollop of carrier oil and massage the abdomen in a slow, clockwise motion.
Cooling to the body
Rub a small drop or dilute it in oil, or even a small spritz bottle to cool the body down during hot weather. Avoid close proximity with the eyes though!
More peppermint oil uses for the digestive system include taking it internally or applying it topically to the abdomen in a counter clockwise direction to soothe the digestive system and help fight any infection with its anti-everything properties.
Because of its antiviral, antibacterial and more properties, using this oil aromatically and internally is beneficial. The cooling affects it has may also help keep the fever from climbing too high.
Antiviral and antibacterial, it’s good for the immune system and can be used any way you'd like.
Peppermint oil uses include a wonderful cooling affect. Use topically or adding to a spritz bottle, avoiding contact with eyes.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
It's suggested to add 1 drop of oil to each glass of water you drink throughout the day. You may also massage it into reflex points or over the stomach.
Dilute and apply very carefully to the tissues around the eye, but avoid direct contact within the eye.
Massage oil of peppermint into the tendons around the elbow to decrease inflammation and relieve pain.
You can diffuse, but the most potent peppermint oil uses include massaging a drop into the throat and chest, gargling with warm salt water and adding a drop to each glass of water throughout the day.
100% Pure Essential Oil
Directions: Dilute properly.
Ingredient: Mentha arvensis oil
No fillers, additives, bases or carriers added.
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Caution: This product is not intended for pregnant or lactating women and children under the age of 18. Should consult a healthcare professional before use. Do not exceed the recommended dosage.
Keep out of the reach of children.
Store in a cool dry place. Do not use if the safety seal is damaged or missing
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.