PEPPERMINT OIL TO THE RESCURE  FOR MANY TYPES OF FIRST AID PROBLEMS
Peppermint Oil [Digestive]. This popular flavoring has a variety of uses in herbology. A couple drops can be added to a glass of water or a cup of hot water for a soothing, refreshing after-meal drink as well as a digestive aid. Peppermint (Mentha piperita) helps promote digestion and has cooling and stimulating properties. Many people put a touch of Peppermint Oil on the temples to help with a headache. 
While other manufacturers may be tempted to sell oil of corn mint or menthol as peppermint oil. Nature s Sunshine sells only pure, unadulterated peppermint oil a little goes a long way.
Add 1-2 drops to 8 oz. hot (tea) or cold water for a refreshing digestive aid.
LETS COUNT THE WAYS PEPPERMINT CAN HELP YOU
 
GIVES YOU ENERGY
HELPS WITH DIGESTION
HELPS RELIEVE GAS PAINS
STRENGTHEN NERVES AND HELP YOU COPE
HELPS WITH MENSTRUAL CRAMPS
RELIEVES NAUSEA WHEN PREGNANT
HELPS WITH COLIC
HELPS WITH FIGHTING COLDS& FLU
COMFORT STOMACH ACHES
RUB ONTO BITES AND ACHING JOINTS
USE FOR BAD BREATH
VERY EASY TO USE A 1-2 DROPS TO A CUP OF WATER. USE ONE DROP ON TONGUE AS A BREATH FRESHNER. ONE DROP UNDER EACH NOSTRAL FOR SINUS OR STUFFY NOSE
 
****PEPPERMINT IS VERY CONCENTRATED SO USE SMALL DOSAGE****


 
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Statements regarding the herbs on this site have not been evaluated by the FDA. This informational site is not intended to prescribe for specific problems, but to educate the general public concerning the historical uses of herbs. If you have a serious health problem, please consult a competent health care practitioner. Information provided has been gathered from various sources, including; Health Handbook & Today's Herbal Health - L. Fenney; How to Herb Book - Keith & Gordon; Nutritional Herbofogy - L. Pedersen; Historical Uses of Herbs - Bullock; HA. R. Ti Clements; Sunshine Horizons/NSP & the Internet.