The popularity of Peppermint essential oil is largely due to its fresh, invigorating fragrance, its tonifying and relaxing effects on the mind, and its powerful multiple healing properties. If not a permanent ‘healer’, Peppermint is nevertheless an excellent helper for digestive problems and useful in cases of cold, fever and flu.
As an anti-spasmodic and momentary painkiller, applicable even undiluted or slightly mixed with a vegetable oil on the temples or shoulders and neck, it is unrivaled. It is a good oil to help against travel nausea and indigestion, supporting also liver and spleen. In addition Peppermint stimulates lymphatic flow. Its influence on the mucous membranes, for example the lungs, adds to its detoxifying, antiseptic properties.
Peppermint has a strong connection to the element of ether which is cooling in nature. Ether expands the mind and intellect and helps to dissolve spasms or knots of stress and tension accumulated in the ‘unconscious’ areas of our system, especially the nervous system.
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