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NOW Foods - Spearmint Oil - 1 oz.

NOW Foods - Spearmint Oil - 1 oz.

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Ingredients: Pure spearmint oil Aroma: Refreshing, minty Benefits: Cooling, invigorating, stimulating About Spearmint Oil View all of our recipes see more...

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NOW Foods - Spearmint Oil - 1 oz.
NOW Foods - Spearmint Oil - 1 oz.
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amy j.
amy j.
Franklin, TN
133 reviews
I have been diffusing essential oils so much lately. Ans it has really been helping my headaches. Especially by using spearmint oil and peppermint oil.

Spearmint oil has a lot of uses to help encourage health benefits:

Aromatherapy oil: Because of its menthol content, spearmint oil is often used in aromatherapy to help treat fatigue, headaches, migraines, nervousness, and even digestive problems.
Food ingredient – Oil of spearmint is sometimes added to baked goods, frozen dairy, meats, beverages, and chewing gum. Note, however, that you are better off consuming whole, raw foods than these processed ones.
Fragrance – This essential oil is added to certain types of perfume. It is commonly mixed with other herbs like jasmine, lavender, bergamot, and sandalwood.
Ingredient in pharmaceutical products – It is often added to tooth powders, gargles, and toothpastes.
Disinfectant – Spearmint oil can be used to treat internal and external infections, including scabies, dermatitis, syphilis, and other transmittable conditions.
Bath oil – When added to bath water, spearmint oil can induce relaxation and can cool you off by reducing your body temperature.
Massage oil – With its antispasmodic properties, spearmint oil can help relieve muscle pain and even abdominal pain due to menstruation.
Insecticide – This oil can ward off mosquitoes and other insects. It is often added to insect repellents, creams, mats, and fumigants.

Spearmint can also be used as the following:

Because spearmint oil has antiseptic properties, it can protect wounds and ulcers from infection and even help them heal faster.
It can help treat sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), such as gonorrhea and syphilis.
It can help treat internal wounds and infections in the stomach and intestines.
Help relax nerves and muscle spasms due to its menthol content
Let excessive gas pass naturally from your stomach and intestines
Cure headaches and stress-related neural problems
Address menstrual problems, such as irregular periods, obstructed menses, and early menopause as it induces the secretion of the hormone estrogen
Stimulate nerves and brain function, as well as blood circulation
Treat common respiratory problems, such as colds, nasal congestion, asthma, and flu

On top of all these great uses it makes my house smell heavenly when diffusing it.

I highly recommend this oil. Smells delicious and uplifts my mood.
Stephanie W.
Stephanie W.
741 reviews
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I received this essential oil along with three others as a starter pack on Groupon. They smell great and last awhile. I'm still trying to figure out all of the great uses. This one is not listed as being approved for internal use but there is so much conflicting data about topical use and internal use guidelines.
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257 reviews
Spearmint oil is so good for us. It has so much benefits. NOW foods brand is a good one!
Kelsie M.
Kelsie M.
New Stanton, PA
257 reviews
I LOVE my essential oils, but haven't been able to find a use for my Spearmint Oil yet. Any suggestions?
Elizabeth C.
Elizabeth C.
Vermontville, MI
31 reviews
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