Monday, December 15, 2014

Pepperment Oil - 100% Pure & Natural Essential Oil Review

I love peppermint oil. It smells so good. Just breathing it in makes me feel relaxed. 

 
I got a large 4 ounce bottle of Peppermint Oil - 100% Pure and Natural Essential Oil by Pure Body Naturals to review. It comes with a glass eye dropper. A $45.95 value, but it's on sale for $19.95.

This Peppermint Oil is Steam-distilled from leaves of the Menthapiperita (peppermint) plant. Completely Pure without additives or filler. Therapeutic Grade. Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans. No animal testing was used in the making of this product.

What I love about essential oils is that they have multiple uses.

Soothing and Energizing:
  • Relieves headaches. 
  • Helps ease respiratory problems.
  • Helps to ease symptoms of asthma and bronchitis. 
  • Reduces dandruff and lice problems. 
  • Helps reduce joint and arthritis pain.
  • Makes you feel a little, or a lot more relaxed.
I have had success with it helping in regards to allergy headaches. Peppermint Oil is known to help relax strained blood vessels therefore preventing or relieving headaches and migraines. Use in strained areas and pressure points by applying and rubbing in those areas.

Open up your airways and relieve mucus from the nose and throat. Put Peppermint Oil into boiling water and breathe in the steam from the water. I've done this, and it really helped open my breathing up.

Reduce anxiety levels with the use of the peppermint oil with aromatherapy. The mint, sweet, menthol aroma will help relaxation in the body and mind.

Natural and Nontoxic: 
  • You can use this around the garden, home, or in the office with no worries.
It's non-toxic, highly concentrated, natural, and undiluted. It will not harm pets, or people. It's steam-distilled. No Dilution or Filtering. No Additives or Fillers. The Highest in Quality and Purity. Therapeutic Grade. Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans.

Multi-Purpose:
  • Repels rodents such as rats, and mice. 
  • Repels insects such as fleas, tics, flies, rats, mosquitoes, mice, midges, spiders, bed bugs, ants, and roaches. 
Now that I know these uses I'll take this with us on camping trips, picnics, and other outdoor events!

I like to use my peppermint oil in the bath. It's relaxing. You can put drops right in the water. I made Homemade Peppermint Brown Sugar Scrub.


Recipe:
  1. Fill the container 1/2 full with brown sugar. You can do 1/2 brown sugar and 1/2 white sugar.
  2. Melt coconut oil, and pour into the sugar. Stir until it's all mixed up.
  3. If it's too much of a liquid at this point, add more sugar. Continue to stir.
  4. Add drops of peppermint. Add as many as you like smell wise. Stir some more, and you're done.
Coconut oil does turn into more of a solid if it's cool. I make mine in a glass jar. That way I can microwave it for a minute if needed. Most of the time I do not need to microwave it. Since it's in the bathroom, and it's humid in there it keeps it soft. 

I use this on my legs and arms in the shower. Isaak has dry hands in the winter, and he loves using it on his hands.

The peppermint oil makes you relaxed, and opens up my airways. The coconut oil makes my skin feel so soft.


Note: This is for external use only. It's ok to breathe it in, but it's not meant to mix with foods.

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Disclaimer: I'm writing this in connection to Tomoson. I got this Peppermint Essential Oil free for review. I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

4 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

I love homemade scrubs like this. And I agree - peppermint smells awesome.

Theresa Mahoney said...

I LOVE peppermint oil. I'll even squeeze a few drops into some baking soda for some carpet freshener for my room. Makes the room feel and smell more relaxing!

indah nuria Savitri said...

I'm a big fan of peppermint oil..I use a different one, not the pure one like this and it's very strong. A big relief for my blocked nose. This one look very safe for the skin..

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

When I have A cold I put peppermint oil on my tongue. It really does work to unclog my nose

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