- Country of Origin: England
- Plant Parts: Flowering plant/herb
- Cultivation Method: Distiller is Certified Organic
- Note Classification: Top/Middle
- Method of Extraction: Steam or Hydro Distillation
- Botanical Family: Lamiaceae
- Chemical Family: Ketones, Monoterpenols, Oxides
- Extraction Date: March 2016
- Approx. Shelf Life: 5-6 years
- Batch: pepengl2016
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Traditional Use of Peppermint - English
Peppermint is well known for its benefits for the digestive system. It has been used to help relieve nausea and an upset stomach. It has been shown to help in cases of food poisoning, motion and travel sickness. This oil stimulates the liver and gall bladder to release bile (supporting digestive activity) and also inhibits muscle spasms in the intestines.
When looking for an essential oil to help with respiratory issues such as sinus congestion or colds and flu, Peppermint essential oil can readily assist. It is a mild expectorant and can also help with some types of asthma.
Peppermint is a wonderful essential oil to use for relieving painful muscles and joints. When added to a blend, it is especially beneficial with cooling any “hot” areas. This is due to the chemical constituent of menthol. Menthol produces a sensation of coolness which the body then increases blood flow to the area of application, thus creating a warming effect. It can also be used in small dilutions to cool “hot”, itchy skin issues.
This essential oil is wonderful for relief of migraines headaches…especially ones that are related to digestive problems. It has also been studied for its effectiveness in increasing concentration, focus and mental sharpness.
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Energetic, Spiritual, and Emotional Qualities of Peppermint - English
- Clears the mind
- Fresh perspective
- Digestion of situations and ideas
- Cools anger