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  • Victoria Reyes

    How to Make peppermint Oil From Fresh Peppermint.

  • Sarah Whipple

    Peppermint Peppermint is a natural herb which has been used in cooking, drinking and for medicinal purposes for centuries. It has a potent menthol smell which is both pleasant and invigorating to humans while acts as an unpleasant deterrent for insects. How to Use It Place two or three drops of oil into the top of a burning candle. Dilute with water and use as a spray. Place drops of oil on a rag and place in a lidded tin, place on table uncovered when required. Place a few drops of oil on strips of fabric and hang around the house or use oil soaked cotton balls. Place a few drops in an oil burner. Considerations Essential oils lose their strength when burned or exposed to air. This makes it important to replenish any fabric, cloths or candles with a few drops when the smell diminishes. Rinse thoroughly with clean water if contact with eyes occurs.

  • Holly Bridgeo

    Does Peppermint Oil Kill Spiders? | eHow.com

  • Caroline Russo

    This natural peppermint sea salt body scrub helps to remove dead skin cells, while moisturizing the skin and promoting healthier skin cells. It is perfect for those that want something more energizing, and less girly, than many body scrubs.

  • Dave Eckhard

    Growing Herbs: The 10 Best for a Home Garden | Reader's Digest

  • Rosemary AichuDae

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