One 2006 study in the
Another study published in the International Journal of Neuroscience again showed the aroma of peppermint led to improved memory and alertness. And one more study in
1. Peppermint essential oil is a favorite in aromatherapy and can be used in a variety of ways. Make a peppermint mist by combining a few drops of peppermint essential oil with one cup of water in a spray mister. Spray a light mist whenever needed. Or add a few drops of peppermint oil in a handkerchief and take the refreshing scent of peppermint with you wherever you go.
2. Fresh mint gives off a strong and pleasant aroma. Grow mint indoors and keep the plant by a desk or anywhere concentration is needed. You can also dry fresh mint leaves and use them for tea or cooking.
3. Make yourself a hot cup of peppermint tea. Not only does this tea smell delightfully of peppermint, but it's also used in natural medicine to improve digestion, ease nausea, relieve stress and more. A fresh cup of peppermint tea in the morning or early afternoon is a great way to beat an energy slump.
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