- Strong smell of mint stimulates the body. It has anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antiseptic and refreshing properties. It is widely used in the treatment of respiratory and digestive tract diseases. It is often used in inhalation.
MINT OIL / MENTHA Piperita Oil / 10ml
Mint oil is obtained from leaves, young shoots and flowers of peppermint in the process of steam distillation. Its strong smell stimulates the body. It has anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antiseptic and refreshing properties. Many oils properties are due to the presence of menthol, which acts on cold receptors in the skin, exerting a feeling of coolness. Relieves rheumatic ailments. It is widely used in the treatment of respiratory and digestive tract diseases. It is often used in inhalation, it works well in the case of runny nose and helps expectorant cough and as an expectorant. In massage the oil is used for gastric problems. It stimulates the digestive system, helps with indigestion and nausea, and also relieves cramps and abdominal pain. Oil improves mood, refreshes the mind and body, adds confidence and helps to focus. It prevents most insects. Increases immunity of the body.
Antiseptic, bactericidal, anti-infectious, analgesic, relieves cold symptoms, cough, runny nose and upper respiratory infections.
HOW TO USE IT:
Inhalations for colds and flu
An aromatherapy bath with mint oil has a warming and anti-rheumatic effect and is beneficial for the respiratory system.
Compresses to the forehead with headaches
Safflower (cleansing acne skin)
Self-healing massage (very small amount diluted in base oils)
Strongly refreshing, spicy, peppery scent
THIS OIL GOES WELL WITH:
Eucalyptus, lemon, rosemary, lavender, pine oils.
Avoid contact with eyes. Apply in small quantities at each treatment. Too frequent use of mint oil can cause sleep disorders. For outdoor use.
Keep in a tightly closed dark-glass bottle at room temperature out of the reach of children.
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