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Peppermint Oil Properties!

Hello Everyone!! Since Christmas is around the corner i decided to tell you all a little about our popular friend during this time of the year Peppermint Oil!! Below are a few quick uses 🙂

Indigestion: One of the oldest and most highly regarded herbs for soothing digestion is peppermint.

  • Massage several drops on your abdomen, place a drop on wrists, or inhale to soothe motion sickness or general nausea.
  • Drinking mint tea has long been the antidote to an upset stomach.
  • Inhaling peppermint oil is also said to help curb the appetite by triggering a sense of fullness.

Colds/Congestion: Menthol provides effective relief from many respiratory problems including nasal congestion, sinusitis, asthma, bronchitis and the common cold and cough.

  • Massage 2-3 drops (along with a carrier oil) onto chest or drop into a humidifier to help clear sinus and lung congestion.
  • If you’re head is feeling stuffed or you can’t stop coughing, try a peppermint essential oil steam. Pour boiling water into a metal or glass bowl, and add a few drops of essential oil (eucalypus and rosemary are good combinations with peppermint). Drape a towel over your head and position your face 10-12 inches above the bowl and breathe in the steam.

Headache: Peppermint oil is terrific to keep on hand at your desk or in your purse, especially if you are prone to headaches. The use of this oil has also been known to effectively lessen tandem symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to noise and sensitivity to light.

  • With a small amount of almond or other carrier oil and a drop of peppermint oil, rub on your temples, forehead, over the sinuses (avoid contact with eyes), and on the back of the neck to help soothe headache and pressure. When applied topically, peppermint oil leaves a soothing, cooling sensation that tends to work wonders.

Stress: Like many other essential oils, peppermint is able to provide relief from stress, depression and mental exhaustion due to its refreshing nature. It is also effective against feeling anxious and restless.

  • For stress relief, the combination of peppermint, lavender and geranium essential oils added to a warm bath help relieve stiffness while absorbed through the skin.
  • Try aromatherapy by using a candle lamp diffuser with essential oils.

Energy/Alertness: Peppermint oil powerfully affects and improves mental clarity and raises energy levels. If you’re trying to cut back on caffeine, this may be a blessing to your mid-afternoon lull.

  • Rub a drop of oil under the nose to help improve concentration and alertness.
  • Diffuse Peppermint oil in the room to improve concentration and accuracy.
  • Apply to the back of the neck and shoulders repeatedly to keep energy levels up during the day.
  • Inhale before and during a workout to help boost your mood and reduce fatigue.

Sore Muscles:  Because peppermint oil has analgesic, anti-inflammatory and anti-spasmodic properties, it not only can relieve pain and inflammation but can also calm the spasms that cause muscle cramps.

  • When using Olba’s oil as massage oil (a combination of essential oils including peppermint), it has the remarkable ability to stimulate circulation at the surface of the skin by opening up the skin pores and bringing a soothing warm feeling to tired muscles and joints. This oil can also be used as a spot treatment for a quick effect.

And the list of uses goes on….

  • If you have a problem with ants in your house, leave a peppermint soaked cotton ball in their pathway. They’re not big fans of mint and you’ll have the nice aroma lingering in your home!
  • For tired aching feet, add a few drops to a foot bath for some relief of sore, swollen and overworked feet!
  • Give your trash can area a break and add a few drops to the bottom for a pleasant minty aroma.


Hope that was informational!! Merry Christmas Everyone 🙂

Indian Spices –> English Names


  • English – Hindi
  1. Aniseeds, Fennel Seeds – Saunf
  2. Asafoetida – Hing
  3. Holy Basil – Tulsi
  4. Basil Seeds – Sabja, Subja
  5. Bay Leaf – Tej Patta
  6. Big Mustard Seeds – Sarson
  7. Black Cardamom – Badi Elaichi
  8. Black Cumin Seeds – Kala Jeera
  9. Black Mustard Seeds – Rai
  10. Black Pepper – Kali Mirch
  11. Caraway Seeds – Shahjeera
  12. Carom Seeds, Thymol Seeds, Oregano – Ajwain
  13. Chilli Powder – Lal Mirch Powder
  14. Cinammon – Dal Chini
  15. Clarified Butter – Ghee
  16. Cloves – Laung, Lavang
  17. Coriander Powder – Dhania Powder
  18. Coriander seeds – Sabut Dhania
  19. Coriander, Cilantro – Dhaniya, Dhania
  20. Cumin Seeds – Jeera
  21. Curry Leaves – Kari Patta, Kadipatha
  22. Dry Fenugreek Leaves – Kasoori Methi
  23. Dry Ginger – Saunth, Sounth, Soonth
  24. Dry Mango powder – Amchur
  25. Fenugreek Seeds – Methi ke Dane
  26. Fenugreek – Methi
  27. Garlic – Lasan, Lahsun, Lahsan
  28. Fresh Ginger – Adrak, Adhrak
  29. Green Cardamom – Hari Elaichi , Choti Elaichi
  30. Green Chilli – Hari Mirch
  31. Ground Nut, Peanuts – Moongphalli, Mungphali
  32. Jaggery – Gur
  33. Lime – Nimboo, Nimbu
  34. Cocum, Kokum – Bhirinda, Bhirnda
  35. Lime peel – Nimbu ka Chilka
  36. Mace – Jayitri, Javitri, Javntry
  37. Mint – Pudina, Podina
  38. Nutmeg – Jaiphal
  39. Onion – Piaz, Peeaz or Pyaz
  40. Onion Seeds – Kalonji, Kalaungi
  41. Pine Nuts – Chilgoze or Nioze
  42. Pomegranate Seeds – Anardana
  43. Poppy Seeds – Khus Khus
  44. Raisins – Munacca
  45. Red Chilli – Lal Mirch
  46. Rock salt, Black salt – Kala namak
  47. Sesame Seeds – Til
  48. Saffron – Kunkuma, Kesar
  49. Tamarind – Imli
  50. Turmeric – Haldi
  51. Vinegar – Sirka
  52. Water Melon Seeds – Magaz