GPH DiffusionPepermint essential oil - organic
|10 ml - 4.03 €|
Peppermint essential oil is widely used in perfumery and food and offers a remarkable range of therapeutic applications. It is one of the basic oils to always have at home.
Peppermint sharpens the appetite but is frequently used after midday meals as it aids digestion and is stimulating. Used in cases of stress and nervous fatigue peppermint oil refreshes the reason, clears the thoughts and restores the mental balance.
The essential oil of peppermint is also very pleasant in diffusion, associated with the lavander or at lemon, to give a feeling of freshness and cleanliness at home, in the office ... It cleanses and purifies congested airways, softens breathing and calms spasms and asthma.
Latin name: Mentha piperita
Part used: leaf
Aromatic molecules: menthol, piperitol, menthone, pulegone
- Anesthetic, analgesic, antipruritic
- Cholagogic and choleretic
- Urinary tract and intestinal anti-inflammatory
- General tonic and stimulating
- Zona, headache, dizziness, neuritis
- Shock, trauma
- Neuralgia, sciatica, arthritis, rheumatism, tendinitis
- Earache, rhinitis, sinusitis, laryngitis, halitosis
- Hepatopancreatic fatigue
- Physical and mental asthenia
- Nausea, vomiting, dyspepsia, indigestion, flatulence
- Hives, eczema, acne, chicken pox
Recommendations for use
- Internal use: 1 drop of essential oil 3 to 4 times a day, in honey, olive oil or on a sugar cane, under the tongue, for digestive and urinary tract disorders
- External use: 3 to 4 drops of essential oil under local application 3 times a day, for pain of any origin. Dilute for larger areas or repeated applications.
- A drop of peppermint in 1 / 4 lump of cane sugar taken before a meeting will give you minty fresh breath and act positively on your liver by stimulating its functions.
Precautions for use
- Do not use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
- Not recommended for children under 3 years.
- The above information is taken from serious books but should only be considered as preliminary information in a discussion with your doctor or aromatherapist.
- The vast majority of essential oils are to be used only diluted in a vegetable oil, honey or other suitable medium respecting the recommended dosages.
- When using an essential oil for the first time on the skin, always make a test on the inner sied of the elbow to make sure it does not cause any allergic reaction.
- As essential oils are volatile, sensible to UV radiation and inflammable at high temperature, it is imperative to store them in a tightly closed dark glass bottle and at a temperature between 5 °C and 40 °C.
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