Essential oil of peppermint (Mentha piperita L.) is one of the most widely consumed
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The main chemical constituents of peppermint essential oil are menthol, menthone and 1,8-cineole, menthyl acetate and isovalerate, pinene, limonene and other constituents. The most active of these components are menthol and menthone. Menthol is known to be an analgesic and is therefore beneficial for reducing pain such as headaches, muscle aches and inflammation. Menthone is also known to be an analgesic, but it is also thought to have antiseptic activity. Its toning properties give the oil its energizing effects.
Used in medicine, Peppermint essential oil has been shown to be effective for:
-eliminate harmful bacteria
-suffing muscle spasms and flatulence
- disinfect and soothe inflamed skin
- relax muscle tension during a massage.
When diluted with a carrier oil and rubbed on the feet, it can act as an effective and natural fever reducer.
Used in a cosmetic or topical manner in general, peppermint acts as an astringent that closes the pores and tightens the skin.
Its sensations of cooling and warming make it an effective anesthetic that leaves the skin insensitive to pain and calms redness and inflammation.
It has been used traditionally as a refreshing chest rub to relieve congestion.
When diluted with a carrier oil, such as coconut, it can promote healthy and safe renewal of the skin, thus providing relief from skin irritations such as sunburn. In shampoos, it can stimulate the scalp while eliminating dandruff.
When used in aromatherapy, the expectorant properties of peppermint essential oil clear the nasal passages to help relieve congestion and promote breathing.
It is thought to stimulate circulation, reduce feelings of nervous tension, soothe feelings of irritability, stimulate energy, balance hormones and improve mental focus. The smell of this pain relieving oil helps relieve headaches and its abdominal properties are known to help suppress appetite and promote satiety.
Use: Diluted and inhaled or slightly rubbed behind the ear, this digestive oil can reduce the feeling of nausea.
Thanks to its antimicrobial properties, peppermint oil can also be used as a cleaning solvent to cleanse and deodorize the environment, leaving behind a trace of a fresh, cheerful scent.
Not only will it disinfect surfaces, but it will also eliminate insects from home and work as an effective insect repellent.
As you can see, peppermint essential oil is known to have many therapeutic properties.