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*Please note this list is not complete, therefore it is strongly advised to do adequate research before using Peppermint Essential Oil*
Increases energy and improves exercise performance
Relieves muscle and joint pain
Alleviates tension headaches
Fights respiratory tract infections
Provides seasonal allergy relief
Reduces nausea and improves IBS symptoms
Freshens breath and supports oral health
Promotes hair growth and reduces dandruff
Plant Part: Herb Origin: India Processing Method: Steam Distilled Cautions: Dilute very well before use; for external use only. May cause skin irritation in some individuals; a skin test is recommended prior to use. Contact with eyes should be avoided.
Essential Oil Safety
Essential oils should never be put on the skin undiluted. There are exceptions, but as a general rule, it is safer to mix them with a carrier oil such as coconut or olive oil first. Most essential oils will burn your skin if applied neat (undiluted and straight from the bottle).
Essential oils being applied to the skin should be diluted in a 0.1 – 5% solution. Babies should never have a solution over 1%. It takes approximately 20 drops of essential oil to make 1ml. To make this easier, I will explain this in drops. 1 tsp of carrier oil (5ml) + 5 drops of essential oil = 5% solution 1 tsp of carrier oil (5ml) + 1 drop of essential oil = 1% solution 50ml of carrier oil + 5 drops of essential oil = 0.5% solution 50ml of carrier oil +1 drop of essential oil = 0.1% solution