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Peppermint Essential Oil Recipes

Homemade Peppermint Essential Oil Recipes

Peppermint essential oil extraction has a variety of uses and health benefits. You can use peppermint oil for topical use, aromatic, and internal uses. When using the peppermint oil produced by our essential oil distillation kits, you can have your homemade peppermint oil in minutes. Homemade peppermint essential oil extraction has a variety health benefits on the body and a variety of uses. Many people who purchase peppermint essential oils enjoy using them for massages, baths, yoga, and aromatherapy. In addition, DIY peppermint oil helps relief sore muscles, calms the body, helps with sinus care, natural energizer, helps reduce fevers, and more.

When using peppermint oil and other homemade essential oils, it’s important to use carrier oil when applying on your skin. Carrier oils are applied topically with the essential oil extraction to ensure they are applied to the skin comfortably. It dilutes the essential oil, but does not dilute the effect of the oil. Several types of carrier oil that you can purchase and utilize with your homemade peppermint oil are avocado oil, grape seed oil, olive oil, almond oil, argon oil, and more. Start making your own DIY peppermint oil recipes by using our essential oil extraction kits.


Peppermint Oil Health Benefits

  • Muscle Pain Relief
  • Sinus Care
  • Joint Therapy
  • Allergy Relief
  • Natural Energizer
  • Fever Reducer
  • Headache Reducer
  • Improves Bloating & Indigestion
  • Nausea Reducer

DIY Peppermint Oil Extraction Uses

Quality DIY Peppermint Oil Recipes

When it comes to DIY peppermint essential oil making and recipes, look no further than OilExTech. Our essential oil recipes and extractors are the highest quality on the market. Purchasing a peppermint essential oil extraction kit will allow you to have all the benefits of essential oils from your home. In fact, you get to make DIY peppermint oil yourself through a microwave and best of all, cleanup is easy. Safely distill your homemade peppermint oil in minutes with our EssenEx 100A kit. Below is a popular homemade peppermint essential oil foot bath recipe. If you have any other questions about essential oil distillation and our kits, contact us today.

How To Make Peppermint Oil

Step 1: First to how to make peppermint oil is you need to obtain the mint leaves from the plant. If you grow peppermint in your garden, go ahead and pick off a good amount of leaves off of the plant. Otherwise, buy some fresh mint from the herbs section of the grocery store.

Step 2: No matter where you obtained the leaves, you will need to wash it. Throw the mint leaves into a strainer and thoroughly rinse them with water. Then, lay all the mint leaves spread out on paper towels and wait for them to completely dry.

homemade peppermint oil extraction

Step 3: Using either a spoon or mortar and pestle, to crush up the leaves. The goal is to get the oil released from the peppermint herbs.

Step 4: It is now time to make the essential oil. The peppermint oil consists of the peppermint leaves and the carrier oil of your choice. Get your jar and put the peppermint leaves in the jar, from there take your carrier oil and cover the entirety of the leaves. Don’t fill up the whole jar, otherwise the extract will become over diluted.

Step 5: Let your oil sit for at least 24 hours. If you desire for a more potency, you can let it sit for three days.

Step 6: After the time is up, strain out the peppermint leaves by using a strainer or cheesecloth. Strain it into a separate bowl and after straining the leaves, place it back into the original container.


Peppermint Oil Foot Bath Recipe

Ingredients:

  • 1 tsp. sweet almond oil
  • 3-4 drops peppermint essential oil

Directions:

Fill a bowl with warm water, placing pebbles or marbles in the bottom if you have them. Add the almond oil and peppermint essential oil into the bowl, and mix both into the water with your hand. Set your feet into the water and sit for about 7 minutes, or until your feet feel “cool” from the peppermint oil. If you have pebbles or marbles in your bath, you can rub your feet over them during the soak for greater stimulation.