Did you know that smelling peppermint could increase recall and memory by 28%? That’s significant, especially if we could harness that power when our kids really need it, like during tests or recitals.*
I pulled out my peppermint when I was writing the thesis for my master herbalist program. It cleared my mind and helped me focus better.
You can just open the bottle and smell it, or you can put 3 drops in a little water in a diffuser like this.
This diffuser breaks up the molecules of the oil and sends it throughout the room. You can also put a few drops in a bowl of boiling water, it’s just not quite as effective.
My kids are getting older, and find themselves in more situations where they need to remember a good amount of information. I need an easy way for them to utilize peppermint.
I just found an affordable method. Some brilliant person discovered that clay holds the aroma of an essential oil for a whole day. They’ve created clay pendents on a necklace, which is the easiest thing I’ve found.
I’m going to buy a couple of them for my kids. You can too, here.
Peppermint rubbed on the tummy (diluted) is great for bloating and digestion, too. If you want to get the purest (no joke!), strongest peppermint on the market, contact me or visit my business site to apply or to order.
I’ve searched high and low for the best quality oils and found them at the company I now work with. Just smell them and you’ll know too. Here is a review of two diffusers I have.