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Peppermint
PEPPERMINT SPIRITS
Mentha piperita
Liquid extract of dried leaf blended with essential oil of fresh herb.

Actions: Stomachic that enhances circulation and secretions of stomach; stomach antispasmodic and carminative; relieves nausea and vomiting; checks abnormal fermentation in stomach. Breath freshener. Flavorful, aromatic corrigent.

Uses: Its agreeable flavor makes Peppermint Spirits especially appropriate in the treatment of various maladies of the stomach and intestines. Indicated in stomach upset, gastro-intestinal spasms and flatulent colic; to allay nausea and vomiting and ease diarrhea discomfort. Promotes good digestion and relieves indigestion. Eases griping caused by laxatives. Excellent adjunct in treating gastro-intestinal symptoms associated with maladies of the gallbladder and pancreas. Excellent, quick-acting remedy for hiccup. Produces sweating and promotes recovery from colds and flu (taken in hot water). Taken internally and rubbed into the temples and forehead, it gives relief from nervous headaches, migraines and sick headaches.

Dose: Take 20 to 40 drops in half-cup water, 2 to 5 times per day. Best taken after meals to facilitate good digestion or relieve indigestion.

Cautions: Do not take undiluted extract drops internally. When applying topically, take care not to get the extract or its vapors in the eyes.

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