I think it's pretty common knowledge that peppermint oil aids in nausea. I usually inhale it when I have colds. It helps open my nasal passage. ;)
HOWEVER, I had no idea it helps with burns until I acquired some of this Nature's Fusions brand. The genius behind this put the uses right on the bottle. Duh.
Heard of doterra? Yes? Well it's time to get over that hype. I love natures fusions and it's soooo much cheaper. I haven't noticed a difference in the quality at all.
This morning I burnt my hand on the skillet while making pancakes...ouch. I literally ran to my oils and put some peppermint on. It makes sense...it's a very "cold" oil. Calmed it right down.
Then, making dinner I pulled a cookie sheet out of the oven with spaghetti squash on it, didn't realize how heavy it was, wasn't prepared, and the cookie sheet tilted and hit the palm of my hand. Again, ouch. My husband ran to grab the burn cream from the first aid kit and dropped some on the burn...it only intensified. I quickly rubbed it off and then grabbed my trusty natures fusions oil and gave it a quick rub. It's been maybe 15 minutes and I can't feel a thing...
Usually burns bug me for at least a few hours after...and this was a BAD burn.
I'm not lying. This stuff is so good. :) I barely have a mark.
About three minutes after the burn...⬆️⬆️
Right this moment. ⬆️⬆️
You can find Nature's Fusion oils (for about half the price of doterra) at Good Earth (Utah) or, online, at http://www.naturesfusions.com
Forget memberships and downlines and up lines and referrals and whatever. If all you want is the quality oil to help self heal yourself and your family, I've found your gold. :)
Happy healthy healing!! (For less!)