What is spearmint oil good for?
The oil does contain some benefits and this post will touch on a few of those. As always, please consult with your doctor before trying anything.
1. Have you heard of Hirsutism?
This is one of spearmint oil’s uses. Hirsutism is a a medical condition that causes a woman to get hair in places they normally shouldn’t. Many times this is a sign or symptom of something else that needs to be taken care of.
Wikipedia defines this term as, “(A drug) that is used to relieve spasm of involuntary muscle” Have you ever had a muscle spasm? If you’re anything like me, then you get them all the time and until now you didn’t really know what to do about it.
An astringent assists in the healing process of a scrape. Neosporin is a common astringent; so is spearmint oil. Next time you scrape yourself, you can clean the wound and apply some spearmint oil. That should do the trick.
If you’ve ever been congested, then you typically reached for some sort of over the counter drug. If you’re wanting to try new things, then try vaping spearmint oil next time you’re congested. It should give you about the same effect.
How can you use spearmint oil?
You can bathe in it, vape it, and apply it to your skin.
Spearmint oil has many uses: assists with hirsutism, astringent, decongestant, and antispasmodic. Others have claim that it has digestive and diuretic capabilities and also helps with depression and fatigue. Try vaping spearmint oil and giving us your feedback. We’d love to hear your experiences. Please consult with a doctor before trying any of this as well. :)