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How to Make Peppermint Oil Help You Stop Eating Junk Food and Instead Burn Tons of Extra Calories

By now, you’re probably aware that refined sugar is highly addictive – the crystalline substance has been found just as addictive as heroin! According to professor Noebel from the Princeton University, sugar stimulates the same receptors which heroin or morphine use, which results in a similar addiction. And this is not just one random claim – the notion that sugar is just as addictive as drugs has been confirmed by several studies.

 

Sugar addiction is very difficult to break, especially if there’s bacterial or fungal overgrowth in the body. In order to break the cycle, you need to do a complete detox, and this can be done with the help of peppermint essential oil. The oil comes from a hybrid mint (peppermint-spearmint) and is one of the most popular essential oils worldwide.

 

People use peppermint essential oil due to its therapeutic effects as well as its positive effects on our digestion. The oil can relieve indigestion, constipation and irritable bowel syndrome, while also treating respiratory problems such as lung inflammation and asthma and reducing the amount of phlegm in the lungs. Finally, the oil can also reduce stress and anxiety and relieve herpes infections as well.

 

How to use peppermint essential oil

Peppermint oil can be used either topically or by inhalation. For topical use, rub a few drops of it on the affected areas. For inhalation, pour some of the oil in a diffuser, or mix it with coconut oil and rub it on your wrists and inhale.

 

How to prepare peppermint essential oil

Here’s how to make the oil yourself at home:

Ingredients
  • A few fresh peppermint leaves
  • Olive oil
  • A glass jar
Preparation

Chop the peppermint leaves or crush them, then mix them with the carrier oil and put them in a jar. Now, close the jar tight and leave it for 24 hours. Next, strain the mixture and add more peppermint leaves and olive oil, then repeat the process in the next 5 days. Finally, transfer the liquid in a clean glass bottle or jar and keep it in a dark and cool place.

 

The oil can be used against digestive problems (gasses and bloating) and to treat bad breath and other oral health problems. Rubbing it on your temples in the morning can boost your energy levels, and you can also put a few drops in your morning smoothie for a nice, refreshing twist. If you’re feeling weak and tired, use the oil in a diffuser and inhale the scent in order to reenergize your body. Peppermint essential oil will improve your digestion and respiratory function and your overall health as well.

 

Article and image source: besthealthyguide.com

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