How does it work?
Stomach, small and large intestines, gallbladder cramps and colic, indigestion, stimulates the liver and pancreas secretion, it has anti-inflammatory properties. It stimulates the cardiovascular system, it helps blood vessels relax and can alleviate inflammations of the upper respiratory tract.
How to take:
For oral use – to be prepared by pouring 250 ml of hot water over 1-2 teaspoons of Peppermint leaves, leaving to infuse for 10 minutes. For external use – can be used in baths, for nervous disease and rheumatism, as a gargle or mouth rinse.
How much to take:
Take 1-3 teacups a day.
Continuous use of peppermint essential oils could cause irritation of the mucous membrane or allergic reactions. Store at room temperature.