Peppermint Oil’s Quick Swipes

Peppermint essential oil is known to target a lot many problems, no matter internal or external. The oil is very antiseptic in nature and because of its strength it is highly sought after all over the world. Mentioned below are some of the problems it deals very efficiently with.

  • Ear infection- Apply the oil with an applicator (fingertip or cotton swab) inside the ear. Do not drop the oil directly into the ear canal. It’s a little too strong for that.
  • Fever

    Apply the oil across the forehead, behind the ears and in the neck.

  • Flavoring

    Add a drop to a tea bag, and use in baked goods. Best way to diffuse the oil is by saturating a teaspoon of sugar with the oil.

  • Hair and skin care

    Add a few drops to your shampoo, conditioner, soap and lotions. Not only will you feel and smell clean, it also helps clear out pores.

  • (Head)aches and migraines

    The number 1 use of our oils! Apply directly on the temples, across the forehead, on the scalp and/or locally for pain relief. Many customers swear by it.

  • (Insect)bites, wounds

    Apply on injury or bite for pain relief, anti-swelling, anti- itching and to promote healing.

  • Itching

    Add to bathwater by saturating a teaspoon of (sea or table) salt, add to massage or olive oil, or apply directly on skin.

  • Nausea, upset stomach/IBS

    Apply a small amount of peppermint underneath nose, ingest with water or add to a tea(bag).

  • Pest control (ants, bees, mice, spiders and wasps)

    Mice and other critters really do not like the smell of peppermint. Soak cotton ball(s) with the oil and place in problem area to discourage critters. For bees and wasps: spray with mint oil and

    water. Ratio: 0.2 oz:10 oz.

  • Sinus congestion/snoring

    Apply a small amount of peppermint oil under the nose, across forehead and the chest. Add a drop or two to a glass of water before bedtime. For children: apply a few drops on a wash cloth and put in pillowcase at night.

Check out our reference links now -

  1. Peppermint Oil by About
  2. Peppermint Essential Oil by Fun Times Guide
  3. Benefits Of Peppermint by Rick Missimer

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