Helpful Information About Peppermint Oil

Peppermint oil is a great aid for natural pain relief. You could easily massage the oil or defuse it. The aroma is so powerful it can help relieve fevers, acne, and much more!!

Peppermint Oil comes from an easy-growing perennial that features oblong spikes of mauve-colored small flowers and fragrant. It can grow up to three feet tall and grows best in moist soil. This plant is actually two plants in one: spearmint and water mint. The peppermint plant has been used for centuries to help with the digestive system.

  • Peppermint Oil is commonly used in:
  • 55% toothpaste
  • 30% chewing gum
  • 10% candy
  • 5% pharmaceuticals and toiletries

Peppermint oil can be used to help all of the following:

For Fevers: Add a few drops to a cup of water and use a towel on the forehead until feeling better.
For Nausea : You can drink it as a tea, also add a drop to a tissue and in hale as necessary
As a Massage Oil: For sore muscles, adding a few drops of peppermint essential oil can be a relief. Nine drops of oil in one tablespoon of lotion.
For Acne: The oil helps calm breakouts!! Add 5 drops of peppermint oil to a cup of witch hazel. Shake well and dab on oily areas twice a day to improve blemishes.
In the Bath Tub: You can add 5-8 drops to a bath to help with digestion problems.
 Calms Bug Bites:
1 Drop of peppermint
1 Drop of tea tree
1 Teaspoon of apple cider vinegar
(Soak a paper towel in the mixture and apply to bug bites)
Soothes Headaches: Mixing two drops of peppermint oil with a teaspoon or coconut oil then rub on the temples and base of the head at the neck area for relief.
Stress Free Agent : 5 drops of Peppermint
5 drops of Lavender
5 Drops of Frankincense
1 oz. of Coconut Oil
* Mix the solution in a roller ball and apply to Neck, Wrest, and Temples when needed.
Menstrual Cramps: Apply 2-3 drops of Peppermint Essential Oil to the lower abdomen, wait a few minutes and the cramps will disappear!


1/2 cup coconut oil

1/2 cup shea butter

4 oz of Olive Oil

About 30-40 drops of Peppermint Oil


Using a saucepan over low heat, melt the coconut oil and Shea butter together completely until they are liquefied. Pour into a stainless steel bowl then sit it in fridge. Once it starts to harden back up (this could take anywhere from a few hours to overnight), whip it up for a few minutes with the mixer until it is light and fluffy like cake icing. Slowly add the liquid carrier oil as it is whipping, along with any essential oils you want to add. Then take the mixture and add it to a glass jar with a lid. Your finished product should be thick but fluffy peppermint body butter. Enjoy.

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