Add 1-2 drops of peppermint essential oil to 15 ml of carrier oil and gently massage the abdominal area in a clockwise direction to relieve symptoms of bloating or stomach pain.
Add 3-4 drops of peppermint essential oil to the diffuser (not suitable for children and people suffering from asthma)
The healing properties of peppermint essential oil make it one of the basic essential oils that we should have in our aromatherapy kit. As an adaptogenic oil, it regulates excessive conditions and can have a relaxing or invigorating effect depending on the circumstances in which it is used.
Clears the mind and strengthens focus: It is great for awakening and focus when you need to concentrate for a long time. It is known to clear your mind and stimulate your energy levels better than a cup of coffee. Peppermint essential oil is ideal for a morning combination in a diffuser so that you are ready in no time for all the challenges that the working day brings.
Ideal for driving long distance: Research has shown that peppermint essential oil has a particularly good effect on drivers because at the same time reduces nervousness and frustration and increases attention on driving.
Mood Lifter: As a mood lifting essential oil, it can be used to break bad habits such as constantly putting off tasks or feeling lethargic. It helps in consistency and taking responsibility when achieving goals and facing challenges. Also, it has a good effect on memory, which for all the above reasons makes it an ideal essential oil to use when studying.
Helps with digestive disorders: Peppermint essential oil helps with bloating and inhaling peppermint essential oil provides instant relief from nausea, which makes it ideal for travel. It is often used for lack of appetite.
Analgesic properties: Peppermint has a role as an analgesic and can be used to relieve pain in muscles and joints. It is also effective in relieving migraines and tension headaches.
Natural insect repellent: Peppermint oil is also known to act as a repellant against insects such as mosquitoes and ants. It is preferable to use it in combination with other essential oils in making natural preparations.
Fights cold and flu symptoms: It is a strong expectorant and opens the airways and helps with sinus problems. When inhaled, peppermint essential oil can relieve sinus inflammation and similar breathing problems. It can be used for respiratory infections or to freshen the airways.
Headache remedy: A safe and natural way to calm a headache.
Blends well with: cedarwood, cypress, geranium, eucalyptus globulus, red mandarin, marjoram, pine, lavender, lemongrass, rosemary, basil and lemon.
Caution: Do not use in a diffuser in the presence of children under 6 years of age and the elderly. We do not recommend its use during pregnancy and breastfeeding, around people who suffer from epilepsy, around people who are being treated for breast cancer. Do not apply to the skin undiluted (maximum 2%). Use occasionally. Never use in the bath. Peppermint essential oil is the basis of every home pharmacy due to its wide range of applications, but careful application is required. Do not use for a long period of time.
100% pure organic essential oil, free from synthetic fragrance. Botanically and biochemically defined essential oil. Vegan and cruelty free.
Combine aromatherapy and air humidification in the room using an aroma diffuser to provide a healthy and soothing environment.
Essential oils are only for external use. Do not use it undiluted directly on the skin and avoid contact with the eyes. Keep it out of the reach of children and do not use it on children under the age of 5. Consult a doctor before using essential oils during pregnancy.
Essential oils fall under the law on chemicals, among other things, and must be marked with hazard pictograms. Bioeterica products are not intended to diagnose, treat or prevent diseases. The information we provide does not constitute medical advice. Please consult a physician or other health professional for any health concerns.