Peppermint is one of the most popular, commonly used essential oils. It is versatile. It works and the scent is loved by all ages. Peppermint essential oil can be applied topically, diffused, and taken internally. Have you ever had a brownie with peppermint essential oil? Once you try it, it will become your go to recipe.
Have you ever given a speech or talk in a front a group of people and wished you had a way to “cool” yourself down? A little peppermint on the back of the neck and wrists is used by speakers to do just that.
It is 3:00 p.m. and you are ready for a nap. Try this instead, fill your Young Living diffuser with 5 drops of peppermint and 5 drops of lemon. Sit back and enjoy the uplifting scent which will keep you alert and free from extra caffeine or non-productive hours on the couch.
A great way to keep your sinuses and ears healthy and clear? Lemon, Lavender and Peppermint essential oils. This is a roller bottle recipe that I always carry with me. The change of seasons is not an easy battle to win. My goal is to keep my systems open and free from blocking up. This is even more important for those that travel frequently. The change in climates, environments and altitudes can wreak havoc on the upper respiratory system. Traveling with essential oils is easy. They are portable, easy to go through TSA security and meet your personal needs without a prescription.
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