It is …
If you have …
nausea, flatulence, vomiting, mental fatigue, fever, vertigo, migraine, headache, dysmenorrhea, hepatic disorders, cold, cough, asthma, bronchitis, bruising, cramping from muscle exertion or menstrual, menstrual disorders, swelling, muscle pain
How to use …
Topically with dilution
There is always the amazing peppermint tea that is so simple to make
1 teaspoon fresh or dried peppermint leaves
8 oz boiling water
Allow leaves to steep in water for 5-10 minutes
This is a perfect tea to drink cold as well.
Drink and enjoy!
1 teaspoon of hazelnut oil - any other oil will work also (almond, jojoba, etc)
1-2 drops of peppermint essential oil
smooth over skin before getting into a nice warm bath (this keeps the oils on you more than the side of the tub)
I'm a fan of peppermint tea, it is my 'go to' soothing remedy.
And, my favorite topical way to use peppermint it a peppermint/lavender blend that I make. Find it here.
You are so amazing!
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