Peppermint oil has been traditionally used in Aromatherapy to relieve cough, support mental function and help relieve the symptoms of mild tension headache.
In traditional Western herbal medicine, Peppermint oil has been taken orally to relieve abdominal discomfort, relieve nausea, relieve vomiting, relieve symptoms of sore throat, relieve mild throat inflammation and applied orally (directly to the mouth cavity) to relieve toothache.
Inhalation Uses: | Traditionally used in aromatherapy to:
Oral Uses: | Traditionally used in aromatherapy to
Oral Applied (directly to Mouth cavity): | Traditionally used in Western herbal medicine to reduce/relieve:
Directions for Use
Inhalation: Add 0.18 -0.24 mL oil (3-4 drops) in a vaporiser or hot water and inhale deeply. Alternatively, add 0.3mL (5 drops) onto a tissue, hold near the nose and inhale.
Oral: Dilute 0.06 mL oil (1 drop) in a glass of water or tea and drink immediately.
Direct Oral Application: AApply 0.06 mL oil (1 drop) to the affected area of the mouth.
Keep out of reach of children. Possible skin sensitivity. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician.