Peppermint is a top-selling favorite. Peppermint provides a myriad of health beneficts.
Common Application Methods
Topical: Can be applied neat ( with no dilution) or dilute 1:1 ( 1 drop essential oil to 1 drop carrier oil ) for children and for those with sensitive skin when used topically. Apply directly on area of concern or to reflex points.
Aromatic: Diffuse, or inhale the aroma directly
Internal: Place 1-2 drops under the tongue or in a beverage. Take in capsules. Use as a flavoring in cooking
Posted by Toni Goss on Feb 10th 2014
Using Peppermint doterra oil in beverages created a sensational elevation of my mood, along with Lemon doterra. Will continue to cleanse with these two products!
Posted by Unknown on Jan 25th 2014
i love this! it makes you a little cold at first but it works really well with my headaches and other aches. it smells so good!
Posted by Gran on Dec 31st 2013
This is a very good EO for headaches!
Posted by Marilyn Streeting on Aug 7th 2013
This is one of the most valuable and versatile oils ever. I love using it, I've just made my own deodorant using a coconut oil base and I put just a couple of drops of peppermint oil into the mix and it's wonderful. I feel fresh all day, no dangerous additives and even my husband has started using a few drops of this oil in water to calm his "troubled waters". Very happy indeed! thank you
Posted by Emma Morrow on Jul 16th 2013
I use peppermint oil for headaches and they are gone in just a few minutes. I plan to use it for cooking.
Posted by Retha Thompson on May 1st 2013
Peppermint is my foundation, "go to EO". I gargle with a few drops in water every morning. I have Rosacea, a few drops of peppermint on my face relieves my itchy, burning skin. I mix peppermint, melaleuca, and lavender using coconut oil as a carrier oil to relieve sunburn. I ingest lemon, peppermint, and oregano in a capsule daily as a daily detox, cleanse.