October 18, 2016
Peppermint oil, one of the world’s most time-honored and versatile natural remedies, has been employed for thousands of years as the go-to treatment for digestive problems. Like all essential oils, it is highly concentrated – Dr. Eric Zielinski says a single drop of peppermint oil in a teaspoon of honey is enough to quickly banish nausea and indigestion.
But peppermint’s usefulness isn’t limited to easing old-fashioned stomach aches and heartburn. According to recent clinical studies, peppermint oil worked better than placebo in reducing pain in patients suffering from a more contemporary ailment – irritable bowel syndrome.Thanks to its high concentrations of menthone and menthol, peppermint oil also has potent analgesic and anti- inflammatory properties, making it a valuable ally against backache, toothache and headache. As a natural antiseptic, peppermint can help combat dandruff; as an expectorant, it relieves allergy symptoms.
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 45 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour
Young Living 10/09/2016
October is the perfect time of year to enjoy the finer things in life, such as curling up with a good book, diffusing a peaceful fragrance, and enjoying time with those you love. That’s why our rewards this month focus on making your home feel cozy and inviting.