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Peppermint Oil For Colds And Sleeping


Author: Marolyne Williams
Location: IL, United States
Posted: 09-17-2004
Views: 3,914
Word Length: 68
Questions received: 1
Keywords: congestion

Although I have read from my aromatherapy book to dilute essential oils before applying, another book says no dilution for some oils. I massage peppermint oil on my throat and feet when I am catching a cold and it helps to stop the cold. I also rub peppermint oil on the back of my neck, neet; it tingles, feels good and helps me sleep.

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