- Hepato-pancreatic insufficiency
- Heat stroke
- Insect bites
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The Peppermint is native of the Saint-Lawrence Valley. It comes from natural hybridization and is now widespread throughout the world. It enjoys moist and well drained soils. Native American herbalists are using it as an analgesic against colic, cramps, and headaches.
Peppermint essential oil properties
- Tonic and stimulant ++
- Digestive +++
- Anti-nausea +++
- Pancreatic stimulant +
- Intestinal and intestinal anti-inflammatory +
Precautions and warnings against
Use with moderation. Avoid during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Peppermint should also be avoided internally in children under three years old. Avoid using around the eye area. In most cases, it is better to use peppermint oil diluted in vegetable oil. Peppermint is not compatible with homeopathic remedies.
Notes and notices
Essential oil of Quebec contains exceptional therapeutic properties and must be used conscientiously and with precaution. It is important always to consult the section “Counter-indication” contained in the majority of the books that cover aromatherapy.