The Best Benefits of Bio Peppermint Essential oil

Benefits of Bio Peppermint Essential oil

The Best Benefits of Bio Peppermint Essential oil

Benefits of Bio Peppermint Essential oil

Peppermint Essential Oil has many benefits for health so let’s go explain :

Botanical name: Mentha piperita

Part used: flowering plant

Color: pale yellow

Smell & aroma: powerful, peppery, spicy, minty and very refreshing

Origin: Italy

Main properties of peppermint essential oil in aromatherapy:

Digestive, detoxifying, anti-nausea, refreshing, toning, nasal decongestant, antiseptic (especially intestinal).

Side properties of peppermint essential oil:

Anti-inflammatory, expectorant, mucolytic, anesthetic, analgesic, limit perspiration.

Directions for use of peppermint essential oil:

Digestive and stimulating for the liver, peppermint essential oil is particularly effective in the case of bloating, indigestion, liver crisis, bad breath, vomiting, and flatulence. It is also known for fighting nausea and motion sickness, headaches, and migraines. Its anesthetic and analgesic properties calm and soothe the itching, as well as shocks or small traumatisms. Toning and stimulating are done wonders in cases of general fatigue (mental and physical), it is also very effective in cases of lack of concentration. Decongestant, it can be used in cases of a runny nose, stuffy nose, rhinitis, or sinusitis.


Mint essential oil is particularly powerful and concentrated, people are sensitive to allergies, and people with fragile skin need to be extra careful. Do not use it in case of a heart problem, epilepsy, or fever.

Massage with essential oil of peppermint:

* Peppermint against bloating:

Mix in half a teaspoon of vegetable oil olive or vegetable oil of hemp 1 drop of essential oil of peppermint, 1 drop of lemon, and 1 drop of tarragon (or exotic basil). Massage the belly and stomach with this preparation 2 times a day.

Attention this mixture is photosensitizing, do not expose yourself to the sun after its use.

* Itching:

Prepare a care oil containing 15 drops of lavender essential oil (fine lavender), 15 drops of peppermint essential oil, 15 drops of Roman chamomile HE, 4 ml of virgin oil borage, 4 ml of virgin rosehip oil. Apply to the area to be treated.

* Joint and muscle pain:

Mix in 50 ml of arnica macerate 30 drops of wintergreen essential oil, 30 drops of peppermint essential oil, 30 drops of lavender HE. Massage the painful areas morning, noon, and night for 7 days.

Peppermint essential oil diffusion:

* Peppermint against migraine and headaches:

broadcast 2 times a day 5 to 10 drops of pure peppermint essential oil using a diffuser.

* The essential oil of peppermint is ideal against motion sickness:

Pour on a handkerchief or a pebble of diffusion 1 drop of essential oil of peppermint + 1 drop of essential oil of basil + 1 drop of HE of lemon. Breathe when nausea rises, or preventively before traveling.

* Nasal flow:

Breathe 3 times a day using a diffuser a mixture of 2 drops of eucalyptus essential oil and 2 drops of peppermint EO.
Peppermint essential oil oral and internal:

* Digestion difficulty / Liver crisis:

Peppermint is here to help you. in a code-goutte glass bottle, prepare a mixture of 1 ml tarragon essential oil (or basil) + 1 ml peppermint EO + 1 ml lemon EO. Absorb 2 drops of your mixture mixed with a spoonful of honey, before or after each meal for 3 to 5 days.

* Concentration (in adults):

Mix in 1/2 spoon of honey 1 drop of lemon essential oil + 1 drop of peppermint essential oil + 1 drop of scotch pine essential oil. To be absorbed before each meal for 1 week.

* General Fatigue:

Peppermint is an excellent tonic. prepare in a codigoutte a mixture of equal quantities of essential oil of ravintsara, basil, cinnamon, and peppermint. Absorb 2 times a day for 2 weeks 1 drop of this mixture in a teaspoon of vegetable oil of hemp.

* Bad breath:

our peppermint recipe. Mix in a small glass of water 1 drop of peppermint essential oil + 1 drop of lavender HE. Circulate the mixture in your mouth, between the teeth, under the tongue … etc. then spit it out. Repeat this process 2 to 3 times a day.


Do not use it in pregnant or breastfeeding women, children under 6, epileptics, and the elderly. Never use peppermint essential oil undiluted (even in the bath). Toxic for babies and the elderly. May irritate the skin locally. It causes a strong cold sensation that can lead to hypothermia if used excessively. Maximum recommended concentration: 0.5% (neurotoxic and abortive at very high dose). No prolonged use without medical advice.


These properties, indications, and methods of use are in no way medical advice. They come from books or websites specialized in aromatherapy. This information is given for information purposes, they can not in any way engage our responsibility. For any use of essential oils for therapeutic purposes, consult a doctor.


an Expert writer on Phytotherapy, aromatherapy, essential oils, and aromatic plants, and different uses for Women beauty and general Health, Have a Master On Phytogenetic resources and Phytotherapy

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