Peppermint oil’s main component is menthol. It is at over 40% in the essential oil. It also contains methone. These two are responsible for some of that cooling, menthol scent we’ve come to love. Other parts of the essential oil include limonene, beta-caryphyllene, menthyl acetate and more.
Do you know peppermint oil can do so much more? Research points to its defense against inflammation, bacterial, viral, neuroprotective, antioxidant effect. Some research will discuss its impact on hair growth without toxic effect.
Peppermint oil is used to clear nostril such as stuffy nose, helps with reducing cough and cold, headache, promotes mental alertness, reduces itching, muscle aches, and stress reduction especially great for activities like spa and relaxing selfcare events. It is also excellent for topical application because it can increase blood circulation to the area applied.
Another amazing ingredient is oregano leaves. You can simply find this ingredient in your kitchen. You’ll be able to find some essential oils that have anti bacterial properties. However, oregano is a very unique one.
Certain studies have shown it to exhibit an even more powerful anti-bacterial against some of anti-biotic resistant strains. We have explored this ingredient for several years and have found it does live up to its hype.
Oregano leaves helps with accelerating wound healing, supporting defense against cold and cough, headache.
The combo of use: Oregano leaves and peppermint oil
3 tablespoon of oregano leaves in a cup of water, heat up and add 10 drops of peppermint oil. Stir into water. Not for consumption. Careful Inhale the steam from this and see if it's to your liking. Enjoy the relief it brings!
Simple as that!
I found it to be a treat and its a staple for us that works wonders!
Note: This information is purely educational. It is not meant to treat, cure or diagnose any diseases. Please also refer to a medical professional if you have any concerns.