If you’ve been exploring the world of essential oils and you’re on the hunt for new versatile oil to try, this one is for you! Wintergreen smells incredible, it’s fresh, and it can be used in so many ways — from muscle rubs to carpet deodorizer and more! Enjoy!

10 Ways To Try Wintergreen Essential Oil

10 Ways To Try Wintergreen Essential Oil

01. Add Wintergreen to a carrier oil, such as coconut oil, and use for massage oil to promote relaxation and soothe achy muscles.  

02. Make your own homemade mouthwash!

03. If you suffer from arthritis, you may enjoy rubbing 1-3 drops of Wintergreen oil into swollen joints with a carrier oil.

04. Dandruff sufferers can try 1-5 drops in 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar as a rinse after washing their hair.

05. Apply to bug bites or bee stings for instant relief.

06. To promote tooth health, some like to do oil pulling with coconut oil and a few drops of Wintergreen oil — a popular component in many toothpastes. 

07. Add a few drops to your diffuser to quash bad smells in your home. Try this in your basement while you do your Spring cleaning to help with most basement smells.

08. Diffuse for an uplifting scent throughout your home — a natural pick-me-up on a dreary day! Also great for when you want to be alert and working at your best.

09. Rub on your stomach with a carrier oil during menstruation or if you’re having stomach pains.

10. Freshen your carpets by mixing 10 drops of oil with a cup of baking soda, sifting it over the entire rug or room, letting it sit for 1/2 hour, then vacuuming it up!

Note: Always use Wintergreen with a carrier oil when rubbing into the skin due to the presence of methyl salicylate. You may find your Wintergreen oils and oil blends that contain it will have a child-resistant lock. In large doses, it would be harmful to consume. Always read your labels and keep your oils in a safe place.

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