Lavender Peppermint Essential Oil

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15 ml of Lavender and peppermint pure essential oil, no additives or carriers.

Not for consumption

The lavender essential oil is pure oil and differs from certain commercial lavender oils which may be diluted and are often sold as perfumes. Lavender perfume and body sprays are popular due to their fresh and floral scent. On the other hand, the pure lavender essential oil is frequently used in various forms including aromatherapy oil, in gels, infusions, lotions, soaps, baby products, and candles. It is also used to make tea, lemonades, syrups, aromatic beverages, and baked dishes.

Peppermint

Properties:Peppermint oil is used as an analgesic, anesthetic, antiseptic, anti-galactagogue, antiphlogistic, antispasmodic, astringent, carminative, cephalic, cholagogue, cordial, decongestant, emenagogue, expectorant, febrifuge, hepatic, nervine, stimulant, stomachic, sudorific, vasoconstrictor and as a vermifuge.
Health benefits: It is commonly used in the treatment of pain relief, as a way to induce numbness, protect against sepsis, reduce milk flow and discharge, relax spasm, strengthen gums, stop hair loss, and lifts skin. Also, it induces firmness in muscles, stops hemorrhaging, removes gas, is good for brain and memory health, promotes bile discharge, clears congestion and eases breathing. Furthermore, peppermint essential oil relieves obstructed menstruation, expels phlegm & catarrh, reduces fever, is good for liver, and stomach, while promoting perspiration and a slight contraction of the blood vessels.


It is important to know that not all essential oils are okay for everyone. Essential oils are generally not indicated for use on those who are pregnant or breastfeeding, for infants or young children, people with serious medical conditions, or certain pets—especially cats. The National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy has an excellent webpage on safety information for essential oils and is a wonderful resource.
We recommend that you thoroughly research a specific essential oil or contact a licensed aromatherapist, naturopath, or qualified healthcare practitioner to make sure it is safe for your purposes before use.
https://naha.org/explore-aromatherapy/safety