Peppermint leaf tea makes a delicious, calming tea that is invigorating in the morning and improves digestion if consumed after meals. Use with elderflower for colds and catarrh. Do not use on children under four. Sipping cool peppermint tea can also help relieve the hot flashes of menopause.
Can relieve headache and nausea.
Helps get rid of gas, indigestion, and heartburn
Add essential oil of peppermint to a vial of grapeseed oil. Keep the bottle beside your bed. Anoint your neck with the oil before retiring for the night or as needed. If you like the fragrance (and this one can work as an aphrodisiac) anoint your pillow too.
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