6 Benefits of Frosted Peppermint CBD Oil

How to Use

 for Better Health & Happiness.

Peppermint essential oil should be a staple in every natural remedy cabinet. Here are 6 reasons why:

Peppermint Oil for Headaches

Tension headaches, cluster reaches, hormone headaches, migraines, and more. The vast variety of headaches and causes can be mind-boggling.  Peppermint essential oil has been widely studied and used for relieving and preventing different types of headaches such as migraines and tension headaches.

Adding CBD into the mix can help receptors react and adapt quicker to the menthol to start feeling better, faster.

peppermint oil for headaches

Peppermint Oil for Hair

Peppermint oil is found in a variety of shampoos and hair care products for many reasons. The fresh, tingly menthol feeling can revitalize skin and scalp conditions. According to the the National Institute of Health, pure, therapeutic  peppermint has been reported to show anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antifungal activities as well, unclogging hair follicles and creating new growth.

A CBD scalp massage can help stimulate new hair growth and keep your hair healthy and strong.

Scalp massage with CBD peppermint oil stimulates circulation and blood flow to the scalp, which helps increase hair thickness and activates dormant hair follicles, and even promotes new hair growth without toxic chemicals. 

" A 2021 study showed that people who topically applied CBD oil to their hair and scalp for 6 months saw successful regrowth, though results were more promising in men than women."

- Healthline News

The Effects of Peppermint Oil on Exercise Performance

Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition found that peppermint oil can improve users’ exercise performance, respiratory function, blood pressure and heart rate. For 10 days, participants in the study consumed .05mL of peppermint oil in their water before a treadmill test. They were able to run a quarter mile further than they could without the oil, improving their intensity by 51 percent.

 

In several studies performed and published by the NIH, External application of peppermint extract raised the pain threshold while Peppermint aroma was also effective on perceived physical workload, temporal workload, effort, and anxiety.  Another research demonstrated the effectiveness of peppermint administered through the nose or by mouth on cognitive performance.

Mixing a few drops of Frosted Peppermint Oil with On the Mend balm can pack a power punch for muscle pain and recovery. The menthol in the peppermint oil and anti-inflammatory properties of CBD work quickly to reduce pain and recovery quicker.

Breathe Deeply

Inhaling diffused peppermint oil can help to unclog your sinuses and offer relief from a scratchy throat. Peppermint acts as an expectorant, helping to open your airways, clear mucus and reduce congestion, and is one of the best essential oils for colds, the flu, cough, sinusitis, asthma, bronchitis and other respiratory conditions.

Lab studies show that the compounds found in peppermint oil have antimicrobial, antiviral and antioxidant properties, meaning it may also help to fight infections that lead to symptoms involving the respiratory tract.

Peppermint teas have been used for centuries to relieve nausea, cramping, gas, and bloating but women are catching on to using peppermint oil with a CBD salt stone massage for period cramp relief and menstrual pains.  This topical application reduces inflammation and cramping sensations while supporting your body with trace minerals and nutrients.

Peppermint Oil for Coughs & Colds

In addition to being a powerful antibacterial, antimicrobial killer, is also an expectorant for mucus and sinus congestion. Mixing with a carrier oil , such as On the Mend and massage into head, neck and chest to relieve sinus pressure and open respiratory passageways.

Powerfully Potent

Frosted Peppermint Oil is powerful, POTENT and should not be applied directly on the skin without a carrier oil. If you are a Seasoned Pro with essential oils, you will use this minty blend as you would any therapeutic peppermint oil- but less... Way less. you won't need as much because your body will adapt quicker with CBD.* Please always, always test for skin sensitivities. * None of the above statements have been approved by the FDA and is not medical advice in any way*

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