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Peppermint Oil 15ml

S$28.00

100% Organic Essential Oil

Bright, crisp and fresh, our Peppermint oil clears your mind and revitalises your day.  A superb breath freshener, it also relieves stomach pain and nausea, clears sinus congestion and relaxes tired muscles.

Trusted for healing since ancient Egyptian times, you can always rely on versatile Peppermint oil.

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  • What It Does

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    Peppermint contains menthol: an antiseptic and anaesthetic. It is one of the most important oils for digestive issues, and stimulates and strengthens the liver.

    It also has cooling, relaxing properties and eases inflammation, calms muscle spasms or cramps, and removes bacteria.

  • How to Use for your Body

    10 ways to use Peppermint oil for your Body

    Bloating and wind
    For indigestion after a meal:

    • Mix 1 drop of Peppermint oil with a little honey in a glass
    • Add ½ cup (125ml) warm water
    • Stir and drink. 

     

    Don’t be surprised if you immediately burp! The same treatment eases nausea or vomiting caused by food or travel sickness.

    Acne
    Use two or three drops of Peppermint oil in a facial steam. This cleanses congested skin and kills bacteria.

    Menstrual cramps
    Massage a few drops of Peppermint oil into your lower abdomen to relieve pain and combat the spasms that cause cramps.

    Colds and flu
    To a hot bath, add:

    This will speed up your recovery. If you drink a cup of peppermint and lemon tea while in the bath, this encourages perspiration and works to kill viruses and bacteria faster. 

    Tired feet and legs
    If you’ve been on your feet too much, use a few drops of Peppermint oil in water to create a spray to apply to the legs and feet. Let it dry naturally on the skin without rubbing it in.

    Headache
    Create a blend of:

    • 10–12 drops Peppermint oil 
    • 5 drops Rosemary oil 
    • 30ml almond oil

    Rub this on the back of your neck. Keep it away from your eyes. 

    Fever
    To bring down a fever naturally, especially in children, mix:

    • 5–8 drops Peppermint oil 
    • 1 tablespoon coconut oil 

     

    Rub on your child’s neck and the bottoms of their feet. This can lower a fever instead of using aspirin or other drugs.

    Vertigo and dizziness
    Vertigo or dizziness can occur when there is an imbalance in the inner ear from an ear infection or stress.

    Apply a cold Peppermint oil compress to the forehead, or inhale the oil directly to relieve symptoms and calm the nervous system.

    Swelling
    Dab 3–4 drops on sprains or bruises to prevent swelling. For best results, add a few drops of Peppermint oil to an icepack.

    Tick remover
    Found a tick burrowing into your skin? Put 1 drop of Peppermint oil directly on the tick and wait a few minutes. The tick will fall off easily.

    *This is for information purposes and is not intended to treat, diagnose or cure any illness.

  • How to Use for your Mind

    2 ways to use Peppermint oil for the Mind

    Peppermint oil acts as a mental stimulant, promoting concentration and clarity. It rouses and revitalises the mind and encourages positivity.

    Use it to overcome boredom or a sense of numbness. It is usually better for daytime use, rather than before bed, because of its invigorating properties.

    Stress Reliever

    The uplifting benefits of Peppermint oil provide relief from stress, anxietyand mental exhaustion. If you’re feeling panicky and need to relax, diffuse a combination of:

     

     You can also add this blend to 30ml of jojoba oil and use it for massage.

    Clearing the mind

    Diffuse a few drops of Peppermint oil when you’re juggling too many things and need to focus. Take a few long, deep inhales and exhales.

    Peppermint oil is perfect during exam time and can counteract a post-lunch energy slump.

  • How to Use for your Spirit

    Peppermint oil increases focus and the ability to remain in the present. It brings clarity and awareness, helping to overcome the ego and find a clear path when there are barriers.

    Peppermint oil encourages self-acceptance and vitality; it lifts the spirit and open us to the mystery of life.

  • How to Use for your Daily Life

    Ant repellent 

    Leave a Peppermint oil-soaked cloth or cotton ball in the pathway of ants. Ants dislike the minty smell and the scent disrupts their trail, so they will soon leave. The bonus: a minty fresh home!

  • Ingredients
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    Organic Peppermint Oil

     

    100% Organic Peppermint Oil

    Steam distilled from the fresh leaves of the peppermint bush

     

    Facts

    Botanical Name Mentha piperita
    Country of Origin United Kingdom
    Extraction Method Steam distilled from fresh leaves
    Aroma Fresh, minty
    Note Middle
    Chemical Constituents
    l-menthol, n-menthone, menthyl acetate

     

    Cautions 

    As peppermint oil is more concentrated than other essential oils, be careful when using it on sensitive skin.

    Do not use on children under three years of age.

    When using Peppermint oil for massage, it must be diluted with a carrier oil such as olive or almond oil.

    Keep out of reach of children.

    If sensitivity occurs, discontinue use.

    Avoid contact with eyes and sensitive areas of the body.

  • Full Ingredients
    • 100% Organic Peppermint Oil

Description

 

Peppermint Oil

Firstly, it bright, crisp and fresh. Next, our Peppermint oil clears your mind and revitalises your day. On top of this, it  has been used medicinally since ancient Egyptian times. Finally, it is a superb breath freshener, it also relieves stomach pain and nausea, clears sinus congestion and relaxes tired muscles.

 

 

What Peppermint oil Does

 

Firstly, peppermint contains menthol: an antiseptic and anaesthetic. Next, it is one of the most important oils for digestive issues, and stimulates and strengthens the liver. In addition, it also has cooling, relaxing properties and eases inflammation, calms muscle spasms or cramps, and removes bacteria.

 

 

 

14 ways to use Peppermint oil

 

For Your Body

 

 

Bloating and wind

For indigestion after a meal:

  • mix 1 drop with a little honey in a glass
  • add ½ cup (125ml) warm water
  • stir and drink.

Don’t be surprised if you immediately burp! The same treatment eases nausea or vomiting caused by food or travel sickness.

 

Acne

Use two or three drops  in a facial steam. This cleanses congested skin and kills bacteria.

 

Menstrual cramps

 

Massage a few drops into your lower abdomen to relieve pain and combat the spasms that cause cramps.

 

Colds and flu

To a hot bath, add:

  • 3 drops
  • 2 drops Eucalyptus oil
  • 4 drops Lavender oil
  • 1 teaspoon vegetable oil

 

This will speed up your recovery. If you also drink a cup of peppermint and lemon tea while in the bath, this encourages perspiration and works to kill viruses and bacteria even faster.

 

Tired feet and legs

If you’ve been on your feet too much, use a few drops  in water to create a spray to apply to the legs and feet. Let it dry naturally on the skin without rubbing it in.

 

Headache

Create a blend of:

  • 10–12 drops
  • 5 drops Rosemary oil
  • 30ml almond oil

Rub this on the back of your neck. Keep it away from your eyes.

 

 

 

Fever

To bring down a fever naturally, especially in children, mix:

  • 5-8 drops
  • 1 tablespoon coconut oil

Rub on your child’s neck and the bottoms of their feet. This can help lower a fever instead of using aspirin or other drugs.

 

Vertigo and dizziness

 

Vertigo or dizziness can occur when there is an imbalance in the inner ear caused by an ear infection or stress. Apply a cold compress to the forehead, or inhale the oil directly to relieve symptoms and calm the nervous system.

 

Swelling

Dab 3–4 drops on sprains or bruises to prevent swelling. For best results, add a few drops to an icepack.

 

 

 

 

           Tick remover

Found a tick burrowing into your skin? Put 1 drop of Peppermint oil directly on the tick and wait a few minutes. The tick will fall off easily.

 

 

 

FOR YOUR MIND

Peppermint oil acts as a mental stimulant, promoting concentration and clarity. It rouses and revitalises the mind and encourages positivity. Use it to overcome boredom or a sense of numbness. It is usually better for daytime use, rather than before bed, because of its invigorating properties.

 

 

 

Stress Reliever

The uplifting benefits of Peppermint oil can provide relief from stress, anxiety, depression and mental exhaustion. If you’re feeling panicky and need to relax, diffuse a combination of:

  • 5 drops Peppermint oil
  • 10 drops Lavender oil
  • 5 drops Frankincense oil

You can also add this blend to 30ml of jojoba oil and use it for massage.

 

Clearing the mind

Diffuse a few drops of Peppermint oil when you’re juggling too many things and need to focus. Take a few long, deep inhales and exhales.

 

Peppermint oil is perfect during exam time and can counteract a post-lunch energy slump.

FOR YOUR SPIRIT

Peppermint oil increases focus and the ability to remain in the present. It brings clarity and awareness, helpingto overcome the ego and find a clear path when there seems to be barriers.

 

 

 

Peppermint oil encourages self-acceptanceand vitality; it uplifts the spirit and encourages us to consider and appreciate the mystery of life.

 

 

FOR YOUR DAILY LIFE

Ant repellent

Leave a peppermint-soaked cloth or cotton ball in the pathway of ants. Ants dislike the minty smell and the scent disrupts their trail, so they will soon leave. The bonus: a minty fresh home!

 

 

 

 

 

Ingredients

What’s in Peppermint oil?

100% organic Peppermint oil

Steam distilled from the fresh leaves of the peppermint bush

 

 

 

 

 

Botanical Name: Mentha piperita

Country of Origin: United Kingdom

Extraction Method: Steam distilled from fresh leaves

Aroma: Fresh, minty

Note: Middle

Chemical constituents: l-menthol, n-menthone, menthyl acetate

 

What does Peppermint oil blend with?

 

Blends well with:  Clove Bud, Eucalyptus, Rosemary oil, Geranium oil, Lavender, Lemon, Sweet Orange Oil, Lemon oil, Tea Tree,

 

 

Cautions

As peppermint oil is more concentrated than other essential oils, be careful when using it on sensitive skin. Do not use on children under three years of age. When using Peppermint oil for massage, it must be diluted with a carrier oil such as olive or almond oil.

 

Keep out of reach of children

If sensitivity occurs, discontinue use.

Avoid contact with eyes and sensitive areas of the body.

 

Additional information

Weight 0.063 kg

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