Essential Oil First Aid

Aeroma Peppermint Oil The proven benefits in using peppermint make it the go-to essential oil for headaches. Its constituents also soothe feelings of nausea help restore a healthy appetite after illness. It is also known to enhance brain functionality, eliminate mid-day sluggishness and enable a better level of alertness. traditional, alternative and complementary uses: Irritable Bowel Syndrome Breast Tenderness Headache and Migraine Fever Muscle Spasms Urinary Tract Infection Nasal Congestion Hot Flashes Nausea and Vomiting Nerve Pain Bruises, Bites, Wounds and Itchy Rashes also known to… Increase Blood Flow Calm the Body and Mind Stimulate Immunity Increase Oxygen Levels suggested applications: Bruises: Gently apply 1-2 drops on location of pain. Surgical Wounds: Apply to dressings. Headache: Apply 1 drop to back of neck, forehead or temples, nose and breathe in deeply. Burns: Apply cooling peppermint directly to location of pain. Insect Bites: Apply with Helichrysum at site of an insect bite or sting, tap and blow. special precautions & warnings: Peppermint’s natural vapors are very strong. Do not get Peppermint in your eyes. If you do happen to get in your eye, add a tiny drop of Grape Seed oil to neutralize. DO NOT ADD WATER. For complete application instructions and specific essential oil uses, please see the Be Young Total Health Desk Reference.

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