Freshen breath and promote digestion with minty cool Peppermint Oil.
From NSP – Nature’s Sunshine – Contains menthol which is a proven aid to digestion. Mild antispasmodic for relieving menstrual cramps and nausea.
- Promotes digestion.
- Freshens breath.
How It Works:
This popular flavoring has a variety of uses in herbology. A couple of drops can be added to a glass of water or a cup of hot water for a soothing, refreshing after-meal drink. Peppermint (Mentha piperita) has been used to help promote digestion and has cooling and stimulating properties.
Peppermint aerial parts oil.
Add 2–3 drops to 8 oz. hot (tea) or cold water for a refreshing after-meal drink. WARNING: Avoid contact with eyes, nose and other sensitive areas.
(0.17 fl oz. highly concentrated)
Stimulating digestive aid.
Peppermint leaves contain menthol which is a proven aid to digestion.
It is also a mild antispasmodic which makes it useful for relieving menstrual cramps and nausea.
As a mild vasodilator, it creates a warm feeling by stimulating circulation.
The oil of peppermint has been shown to be antimicrobial and antiviral as well.
Be aware that concentrated Peppermint oils are very potent and may cause skin irritation if used straight.