Peppermint Essential Oil’s fragrance is most familiar and pleasant to most. Peppermint oil is very intense and most other steam distances are more concentrated than distilled essential oils. At low dilutions, it is fresh, mint and quite uplifting. It’s a favorite around Christmas and holidays, but it’s also a popular round.
Peppermint Essential Oil contains Methol. Menthol inspires a cold sensation, and in a body’s mist, peppermint oil can help to calm you down (in low vulnerability) or in diffuser.
Mint oil can help reduce nausea, headache, stomach, gas, indigestion, and anxiety. It works on the digestive system by speeding up the elimination rate. Peppermint oil cools down the stomach to the involuntary smooth muscles, produces an antispasmodic effect, and improves the flow of bile. It can help to inhibit the inconvenience associated with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and studies have shown that encapsulated peppermint oil can take IBS symptoms in at least 80% of people who take it. ] Peppermint oil is effective because it contains menthol, which interferes with the movement of electrolytes in the cell membrane, prevents involuntary contraction.
Mint uses essential oils
Asthma, strokes, fatigue, flu, flatulence, headache, nausea, itching, sinusitis, headache [Julia Lawless, The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Essential Oils (Rockport, MA: Element Books, 1995), 59-67.] Probably Potent Rodents
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Leaves and flowers / buds
Clear with a yellow color
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