Helps secreting digestive liquids, stomachic, carminative and reduces diarrhea. Cholagogue, spasmolytic, adequate in gallbladder inflammation, nervousness, insomnia, dizziness, headaches. Slight antiseptic and bactericidal power, used in larynx inflammation, bronchitis, topical applications.
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The peppermint, mint hybrid cultivated in England in the seventeenth century, is famous for its fresh flavor and fragrant. The infusion, which is usually taken after meals to aid digestion, are effective against gases, flatulence and bloating as well as headaches and migraines associated with digestive weakness. Mint is digestive, carminative, colicinético. It is natural antiseptic and antispasmodic. Nervous system stimulant. Used for indigestion, gastric atony, anorexia, dyspepsia, flatulence, intestinal infections, gastric spasms, flatulence, enteritis, irritable bowel syndrome. Colic, cholecystitis, hepatobiliary dyskinesia, vomiting. and general sluggishness. Other uses of mint: headache, dysmenorrhea, fatigue, convalescence, sinusitis. Clinical investigations confirm the efficacy of peppermint oil eencial to treat irritable bowel syndrome, as it acts on the colon and alleviate spasms reducing sensitivity and irritability of the nerve endings of the intestinal walls. The infusion may be taken to treat symptoms like bad breath, gas, belching, bloating and cramping. The mint and elderflower can be combined to effectively treat fever, colds, coughs and gastric infections. Hot tea mint stimulates sweating and fever reducer. Take tea or apply 1-2 drops of oil to relieve headaches and migraines. In topical use: musculoskeletal inflammations, neuralgia, toothache, urticaria, eczema, colds, flu, bronchitis, asthma, rhinitis, sinusitis. Peppermint oil relieves itchy skin. Applied diluted to 2% (2 drops per teaspoon of carrier oil) to the affected areas. The infusion can be applied as a lotion to relieve rash and eczema. Avoid contact with eyes.
Do not give to children under 5 years. Ingest the essential oil only if advised by a doctor or herbalist.