Tinctures are essentially liquid extracts of herbs and alcohol. They are so effective because they create a potent and easily absorbed concentrations of the herbs cured in alcohol. When dropped under the tongue, it enter the bloodstream very efficiently, faster than with ingestion or tea extraction.
Very often, the properties of peppermint tincture are used for colds. Peppermint not only effectively warms, but also helps fight viruses, relieves fever and makes it easier to cough up.
With a severe migraine, it is recommended to apply a few drops of the product on the forehead, temples and back of the head three times a day, and then rub your head with light massage movements for several minutes. Peppermint tincture is good for relieving nausea and stomach cramps. Alcohol tincture of peppermint has a positive effect on hangovers. Its properties relieve nausea, eliminate headaches and muscle tremors, and help to quickly remove toxins from the body.Spearmint is used as a natural stimulant, carminative (agent that helps break up and expel intestinal gas) and antispasmodic (helps to control some symptoms arising from the gut intestines). In general, it supports the gastrointestinal system.Traditional medicinal applications
Against nausea, hiccups, flatulence and motion sickness. Also used as a diuretic and helps with stomach and bowel complaints (IBS: Irritable Bowel Syndrome).It also promotes urine flow and is often given for suppressed or painful urination, especially scalding urine.Spearmint increases bile production in the stomach and helps with digestion. Also considered an effective expectorant.