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So, what is peppermint good for, anyway? The question should be – what isn’t peppermint good for?
It’s all-natural, smells yummy, tastes good and is pretty much good for you, inside and out! It’s also affordable and widely available.
Check out the potential side effects section below, but all in all, peppermint oil is considered safe and effective!
Peppermint oil has a wide range of uses, from flavoring in foods and drinks to an uplifting fragrance in all kinds of products.
There are many benefits of peppermint oil. And hey, it’s minty fresh, cooling and highly refreshing!
But perhaps most important are its therapeutic qualities. Some use peppermint oil as a supplement to help ease digestive problems such as nausea, morning sickness and irritable bowel syndrome. It is also used ingested as a supplement or inhaled to relieve common cold symptoms, coughs and sinus problems.
Peppermint oil is also said to relieve nagging headaches and migraines. Dabbing a few drops of oil on the temples provides a cooling effect, and eases stress and tension that causes headaches – give it a try!
Further, peppermint oil is highly beneficial for hair and skin. It’s a natural way to relieve dandruff, by applying it to the scalp. And in using peppermint oil for skin, it’s great against acne as it balances pH levels and regulates oil.
Peppermint oil for skin is a natural cleanser, pain reliever and antiseptic, making it effective in treating bacterial and fungal infections. It can be very soothing to sensitive, irritated skin and helps calm redness and rash. It’s great for soothing poison ivy and bug bites.
Peppermint oil also freshens up tired skin and helps to brighten complexion. It promotes healthy skin growth and helps with breakouts.
Peppermint oil is generally considered to be very safe, so there’s not much to worry about in terms of side effects. However, it has been linked to heartburn when taken as a supplement.
Further, concentrated peppermint oil may be irritating to sensitive skin, but can be diluted to avoid irritation.
Peppermint oil is not recommended for topical use by pregnant women.
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