Organic Spearmint essential oil may help to assist in:
Helps relieve muscle spasms
Antiseptic properties that can help with wounds healing
Carminative effect to help with digestive issues
Aids with the relieve of stress
Can be used as an insect repellent
Helps improve blood circulation
May help to improve headaches and migraines
Can assist to relieve fever symptoms
This minty fresh essential oil is extracted through steam distillation of flowering tops of the spearmint plant. Because of its natural components, its benefits are antiseptic, antispasmodic, carminative, restorative and boosting for the body and mind.
It can help as an antiseptic for wounds and help them to heal faster. The menthol component in the Spearmint essential oil can create a relaxing and cooling effect on the nerves and muscles which can help alleviate muscle spasms. Blended with a carrier oil, it can be used to calm down aches in the abdominal and intestine region with clockwise circular movements with a carminative effect. This powerful oil has the ability to promote blood circulation helping to ease off headaches and migraines when applied on the temples or behind the neck, blended with a carrier oil.
Spearmint can also be used as a natural disinfectant because of its antibacterial properties. Great to use in DIY natural cleaners recipes to add freshness into your home-cleaning.
This boosting oil that will energise your mood can also be used as an insect repellant to keep mosquitoes, ants and flies away.
Caution: Best not to be used when pregnant as it is considered an emmenagogue, and therefore stimulate blood flow in the pelvic area and uterus. Don't ingest. Store in a cool, dry area below 30° away from the reach of small children.
Add 5 drops to a diffuser for an uplifting and fresh aroma. You can also blend in your diffuser and create our Freshness Boost trio blend by adding 2x drops of Lime, 2x drops of Eucalyptus and 2x drops of Spearmint essential oil.
For the relief of headaches, blend with any carrier oil of preference and apply on temples, massage behind the neck. Do a breathing exercise with at least three deep breathing to help alleviate the headache and muscle tensions.
Fresh and minty aroma with a reminiscent of Peppermint. Not as sweet or strong as Peppermint.