7 Ways To Add Spearmint To Your Everyday Living

The health benefits of spearmint essential oil are amazing. It’s way more than a sweet flavoring for gum and toothpaste.

Spearmint has several properties, including antiseptic, antispasmodic, and restorative- but there are so many more ways to use this special essential oil.

Here are a few of the many ways to add spearmint to your everyday living:


Not only will spearmint help if you’re suffering from indigestion, it’s also beneficial in relieving nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, bloating, stomach cramping and gas, and reducing gastric acid. It helps relax the abdominal muscles and intestines.

Enjoy spearmint’s refreshing aroma in a diffuser, on diffuser jewelry, or apply topically.

Promote Relaxation

Spearmint can help decrease stress, anxiety, and insomnia and promote relaxation. It’s uplifting and is helpful with concentration.

Diffuse a few drops in a diffuser or on diffuser jewelry. For stress-related headaches, mix with carrier oil and apply to your temples. Learn more on how to safely dilute your oils with carrier oils.

Relieve Hormonal Imbalances

Studies with spearmint have found it can decrease male hormones and promote the secretion of female hormones necessary for ovulation. It can help with menstruation problems, irregular periods, and early menopause, as well as reducing pain in the lower abdominal area.

In addition, high levels of male hormones are linked to an overgrowth of facial hair in women. In a study using spearmint, some of the women participating saw a reduction in facial hair and testosterone levels.

Aids in Healing Wounds

As an antiseptic, using spearmint essential oil on wounds promotes speedy healing and helps prevent infections. Its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties work together to soothe and disinfect the injury, killing any bacteria. Mix with carrier oil and apply topically.

Assist with Weight Loss 

Suppress cravings and appetite with spearmint to assist you in losing weight.

Diffuse and inhale the rejuvenating fragrance or mix with carrier oil and apply topically.

Treat Sore Muscles and Joints

Spearmint has been used since ancient times to treat pain. While it leaves a nice cooling effect, when you first start rubbing it into your skin, it generates heat, relaxing sore muscles and joints. It’s also used to reduce inflammation and help reduce pain and stiffness associated with arthritis. Mix with carrier oil and massage the sore spots.


Mosquitoes, ants, moths, and flies, are some of the pests that will stay away when you use spearmint. Mix with carrier oil and apply topically or mix with water in a spray bottle to spritz yourself and the air.

Spearmint blends well with lavender, orange, peppermint, lemon, and eucalyptus.

It’s high in antioxidants and promotes positive emotions, concentration, and is good for the overall health and protection of the brain. Whether you have muscle pain, a headache, or want to boost your mood, spearmint is definitely an essential oil to keep handy.


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  • Nancy Megyesy

    Thank you so much for this information it will be very helpful as they all are. I never knew oils could do so much to help the body. I wish I had known many years ago. Nancy

  • Dorothy Gravitt

    Ty, didn’t know spearmint was.so healing