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Product CodeMR03 Peppermint Certified Organic Essential Oil
Scientific NameMentha Piperita
Part of PlantFlowering Herb
Method of ExtractionSteam Distilled
Country of OriginSouth Africa

Ingredients / Active Ingredients Contains 100% Certified Organic Peppermint Essential Oil.Description Promotes blood circulation and relieves muscular pain. Characteristic & PropertiesPeppermint oil has a long medicinal history, noteably being used in ancient Egypt, China and Japan. It has a grassy, minty scent and is renowned for relieving nausea and headaches.A grass  Anti-inflammatory, anti-viral.  Aids digestive disorder and irritable bowel syndrome.  Inhaled, this oil treats respiratory symptoms such as coughs, colds, bronchitis, sinusitis as well as migraines, nausea and nervous conditions.  Effective in the treatment of colds and flu.  Astringent and anti-spasmodic.  A known anti-septic to relieve skin irritation.Directions Multipurpose Liquid (1ml/1ml) Massage: 4 drops to 10ml carrier oil Bath: 5 drops Vaporiser: 9-10 drops in a bowl of vaporizer Not to be taken. Do not apply directly to skin. Keep out of reach of children. User Guide / Precautions  Peppermint essential oil is extremely high in the chemical component menthol; because of this, it should be taken with great care. Peppermint essential oil is not suitable for pregnant or lactating women, infants or young children. Additonally it should not be used by epileptics or those with heart disease. Used in the evening, peppermint essential oil may cause wakefulness and high doses may cause allergic reactions. Director’s Comments In 2004, I went to the south of France to study aromatherapy. Dr Daniel, a world famous aromatherapy specialist told me that the French have used aromatherapy essential oils for over 1,500 years to help treat diseases and health problems. He advised that peppermint oil can be ingested (taken orally) if you know how to use it properly. In our training he used a few drops of peppermint essential oil on a cut piece of apple which had a very refreshing taste. We were also asked to rub peppermint oil into our feet which helps to increase the circulation in our bodies, as well as enhancing the immune system. Next time you have the flu try rubbing some peppermint oil into your feet and see how much better you feel. As peppermint oil increases allertness, try inhaling a small amount whilst you drive or burn it in your office to increase energy and aid concentration. Storage Barcode Store below 30°C



  • Promotes blood circulation and relieves muscular pain.

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