We are so excited to offer a limited run of this certified organic, artisanal distilled essential oil from Washington state!
This peppermint has a lovely crisp, sweet aroma! In a footbath or a foot massage cream, peppermint is one of the best things for tired, achy feet. It is stimulating and tingly! What more could you want for tired feet?
It has the advantage of being antifungal, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, as well as stimulating to the circulatory system.
A strong cup of peppermint herb tea is a great remedy for an upset stomach. Peppermint essential oil can also be used to aid digestion: you can add 2 drops to an ounce of carrier and rub it on your belly for a similar effect.
Try it in a bathroom spray! It leaves the room smelling fresh and clean. It is great to diffuse in very small amounts during the day, bringing a bright, uplifting aroma into the room. It is also wonderful in cool compresses for nausea, headaches, and travel sickness. Also excellent in working to reduce acute, hot pain.
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|Country of Origin||USA|
|Cultivation||Locally-Sourced, Certified Organic|
|Extraction Method||Steam Distilled|
Emotional and Energetic Qualities
Uplifts and stimulates to the mind to combat fatigue
Stimulates digestion of new ideas and creativity
Supports self confidence
The Indian distiller of this essential oil has been distilling essential oils for the past 20 years. His company uses their own essential oils to make a variety of aromatherapy products, and exports pure essential oils around the globe. Along with their own distilling they hire rural Indian farmers to grow aromatic plants and distill oil for them. These essential oils are distilled at the farmers’ fields in a portable distillery so that the flowers, roots, and leaves are fresh when distilled. The quality and vibrancy of their oils is unsurpassed.
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May antidote homeopathic remedies. May cause skin irritation. Use in low dilution (1%) when applying to the skin. Avoid using Peppermint with children under 5 years; it's too strong. May be more therapeutically effective in small doses. I don't recommend adding it to a full body bath since it can easily be skin irritating, causing a burning sensation and reddening of your skin.
The suggested shelf life is 4-5 years.
|Batch Number||Distillation Date|