Peppermint Oil 15mL

$34.00 inc. GST

Peppermint is popular in countless forms—from toothpaste to chewing gum. As an essential oil, it is useful to ease breathing and as a digestive aid.

Product Description

Our Peppermint Oil is of the highest quality therapeutic grade, and is safe to ingest. As an essential oil, it is useful to ease breathing and as a digestive aid, help morning sickness, aid allergies, soothe Asthma, and relax tension headaches.

Peppermint is popular in countless forms, from toothpaste to chewing gum. For aromatic, topical, or dietary use. It is a “cooling” Oil and is great for reducing fever.

Some of the therapeutic properties of peppermint include: analgesic, anti-inflammatory, anti-parasitic, antiseptic, anti-spasmodic, astringent, expectorant and stimulant.

Can also be purchased as part of the [content_tooltip id=”942″ title=”The Essential Collection”]

Additional Information

Application Method

Aromatically, Internally, Topically

Skin Sensitivity

Dilute – with carrier oil, Sensitive – may cause irritation

Wellness Use

Asthma, Bleeding Gums, Bloating, Coughs & Colds, Diarrhoea, Digestive Support, Fever, Flu, Indigestion, Mental Fatigue, Muscle Pain, Muscle Spasms, Sinusitis, Sore Throat, Stomachache

Food Guide

Chocolate, Cold Drinks, Hot Drinks, Smoothies

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– Add peppermint oil to food as a flavouring and a natural preservative. (Yes!! All of our oils are safe to ingest!)

– Rub 4-6 drops in the palm and rub over stomach and around the navel to relieve indigestion, flatulence and diarrhoea.

– Add a drop of peppermint oil to herbal tea, to aid in digestion and relieve heartburn.

– Massage several drops of peppermint oil on the area of injury, to reduce inflammation.Apply peppermint oil immediately to an injured area (bruised shin, hit on the foot or hand) to relieve pain. If there is a cut, apply the peppermint oil around (not on) the open wound.

– Apply a drop of peppermint oil topically on unbroken skin, to stop itching.
For poison ivy or poison oak, apply peppermint oil on location — neat, or dilute with dōTerra’s fractionated coconut oil.

– Inhale peppermint oil before and during a workout, to boost your mood and reduce fatigue.

– To relieve a headache, rub a drop of peppermint oil on the temples, forehead, over the sinuses (being very careful to avoid the eyes) and on the back of the neck.

– To stop hiccups, apply a drop of peppermint oil on each side of the fifth cervical vertebra (up three notches from the large vertebra at the base of the neck).

-Place two drops of peppermint oil on the tongue and rub another drop under the nose to improve alertness and concentration. (Note: be careful not to swallow right away; allow the oil to completely dissolve on the tongue before swallowing.)

– Diffuse peppermint oil in the room while studying, to improve concentration and accuracy. Inhale peppermint oil while taking a test, to improve recall.

– Rub 4 drops of peppermint oil on chest and stomach, to relieve travel sickness.

– Place a drop of peppermint oil on the tongue and inhale into the nose and sinuses to relieve congestion from a cold. It may also be applied over the sinus areas (or to the sinus Vita-Flex points on the feet).

– To kill aphids, add 4-5 drops of peppermint oil to 4 ounces of water in a spray bottle, shake well and spray the plants.
Drink a drop of peppermint oil, mixed in a glass of cold water, to cool off on a hot day.

– Rub peppermint oil on joints to relieve arthritis or tendonitis pain.

– Place a drop of peppermint oil on the tongue to stop bad breath. May also be massaged over the liver, if the bad breath is liver related.

– Inhale the fragrance of peppermint oil to curb the appetite and lessen the impulse to overeat.

– Remove ticks by applying a drop of peppermint oil on a cotton swab and swabbing the tick. (Wait for it to unhedge its head before removing from your pet.)

– Mix peppermint oil in a footbath to relieve sore feet. (Keep water agitated while soaking feet.)