Peppermint Oil Health Benefits and Other Uses

Posted by Press Room at JamaicanOils on 23rd Feb 2018

Peppermint Oil Health Benefits and Other Uses

Though it renders a refreshing minty scent commonly used for headache-relief, stress-relief and aromatherapy, pure peppermint oil can also be used for cooking and baking. While peppermint is temptingly tasty, this oil also offers a bound of healthy benefits. Let's take a closer look at the benefits of natural peppermint oil and a few ways you can easily incorporate this miracle oil into your diet.

Peppermint Oil Benefits

The majority of therapeutic benefits associated with peppermint oil have to do with the tummy. Proven to naturally relieve an upset stomach, reduce nausea and control symptoms of IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), peppermint oil gently heals the gastric system. Studies have also shown that ingesting peppermint is a safe way to prevent intestinal flatulence. Besides being good for the tummy, peppermint oil has even shown signs of treating common colds, persistent coughs and sore throats. Tropical Holistic PEPPERMINT 100% Pure Organic Essential Oil 15mL is a great choice for the healthy practices.

Baking with Peppermint

Did you know that peppermint oil also has the ability to ward off hunger cravings? It's true! This is why it's one of the best ingredients to use when baking up treats and goodies. Frequently misunderstood as an ingredient that can only be used to flavor holiday desserts such as brownies, peppermint patties and Christmas cakes, peppermint oil can actually be used to give your baked goods a hint of mint anytime of the year. Add a few drops to your homemade cookie dough, brownie batter or cake mix to reap the gastric benefits of this rejuvenating essential oil. Benjamin's Essence of Peppermint is a long-time favorite for baking. Put your baking gloves on and get to it! 

As you can see, peppermint oil is a must-have for anyone looking to do a little baking while also replenishing themselves with the healing properties of nature. Just make sure you're using 100% pure peppermint oil when baking, as many low quality brands on the market today blend their oils with fillers and additives.