Peppermint Oil 1/2 oz

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Peppermint Oil 1/2 oz

25.00

See the many Benefits Below!

Digestion - 1 drop on back on hand, then lick & inhale.

Headaches - 1 drop on base of skull & 2 drops on temples.

Sprains/Physical Injuries - When applied after Lavender speeds  healing by 10 X.

Pain - People report pain resolved in as little as 5 minutes.

Memory & Alertness:  Inhaling peppermint enhances memory and increases alertness.

Dental /Bad Breath: Peppermint oil extract has been found to be superior to mouthwash for killing germs and eliminating bad breath.

In dietary supplements, peppermint oil has been tried for a variety of digestive problems including:
        Irritable bowel syndrome
        Indigestion
        Heartburn
Dietary supplements containing peppermint oil are also used by some people for the following conditions, although there is no clear evidence that they are helpful:
        Nausea
        Vomiting
        Cramps of the upper gastrointestinal tract and bile ducts
        Diarrhea
        Bacterial overgrowth of the small intestine
        Gas
        Colds
        Coughs
        Inflammation of the mouth and throat
        Sinus and respiratory infections
        Menstrual problems
        Liver and gallbladder problems

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In dietary supplements, peppermint oil has been tried for a variety of digestive problems including:
        Irritable bowel syndrome
        Indigestion
        Heartburn
Dietary supplements containing peppermint oil are also used by some people for the following conditions, although there is no clear evidence that they are helpful:
        Nausea
        Vomiting
        Cramps of the upper gastrointestinal tract and bile ducts
        Diarrhea
        Bacterial overgrowth of the small intestine
        Gas
        Colds
        Coughs
        Inflammation of the mouth and throat
        Sinus and respiratory infections
        Menstrual problems
        Liver and gallbladder problems
Skin preparations containing peppermint oil are used by some people for the following conditions, although, again, there is no clear evidence that they are helpful:
        Headache
        Muscle pain
        Nerve pain
        Toothache
        Inflammation of the mouth
        Joint conditions
        Itchiness
        Allergic rash
        Bacterial and viral infections
        Repelling mosquitoes
In addition, peppermint oil vapor is sometimes inhaled to treatsymptoms of colds and coughs. Also, some doctors add peppermint oil to a barium solution to relax the colon during barium enemas.
Benefits of Peppermint Oil
According to the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, several studies suggest that enteric-coated peppermint oil capsules -- which allow the oil to pass through the stomach so it can dissolve in the intestines -- may help relieve common symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome such as abdominal pain, bloating, and gas. Non-enteric coated forms of peppermint oil, however, actually may cause or worsen heartburn and nausea.
Preliminary studies also suggest that dietary supplements containing a combination of peppermint oil and caraway oil may help relieve indigestion.
According to the Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database, which rates effectiveness of natural remedies based on scientific evidence, peppermint oil is possibly effective for:
        Energy
        Mental alertiness
        Heartburn
        Irritable bowel syndrome
        Tension headaches
        Relaxing the colon during barium enemas or radiologic procedures
The Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database rates peppermint oil aspossibly ineffective for nausea following surgery, and concludes there is insufficient evidence to rate its effectiveness for conditions such as:
        Shingles
        Dental plaque
        Itchy skin
        Urinary tract infections
        Morning sickness
        Nausea and vomiting
        Painful menstrual periods
        Bacteria overgrowth in the intestines
        Lung infections
        Spasms of the stomach and gallbladder
        Cough and symptoms of cold
        Inflammation of mouth and respiratory tract lining
        Muscle or nerve pain

 

SAFETY

If pregnant, nursing or under a doctor’s care, consult physician. Discontinue use if skin sensitivity occurs. Avoid contact with eyes. Do not use undiluted on skin. Keep out of reach of children. Do not use on broken skin or on abrasions. Do not use internally, unless directed by a licensed Aromatherapist or physician. Do not apply to or near the face of infants or children. Avoid if you have cardiac fibrillation or G6PD deficiency.

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