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I've never made toothpaste, I've only used this in lip balm, the tiniest drop its ever so strong. As it's going in your mouth would you not need a peppermint flavouring rather than an essential oil?
Victoria
· 24 November 2015
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The lid comed with an easy to use dropper which makes the oil easy to apply to whatever you want to use it for!
Jacklyn Arasanmi
· 03 March 2015
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Yes, although not entirely clear, it does state it on the sup pliers website direct; http://www.freshskin.co.uk/product/100ml-peppermint-pure-essential-oil/
Definately has a strong smell!

S L Thrower
· 22 August 2016
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I'm sorry but I don't know if you can use the oil in tea. Maybe ask at a health shop.
AuroraXoX
· 02 January 2015
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hi its still available directly x
FRESHSKIN
Seller · 08 May 2017
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It doesn't get rid of mice as poison or traps might but rather acts as a deterrent. I use 1cup of water, atablespoon of surgical spirits, 1 teaspoon of glycerine and 40 drops of peppermint oil. Mix them all together well and pour into a spray bottle. Shake before use. Spray area's where mice are a problem paying pa… see more It doesn't get rid of mice as poison or traps might but rather acts as a deterrent. I use 1cup of water, atablespoon of surgical spirits, 1 teaspoon of glycerine and 40 drops of peppermint oil. Mix them all together well and pour into a spray bottle. Shake before use. Spray area's where mice are a problem paying particular attention to places where mice may be getting in or nesting. Repeat every two weeks. I've had a mouse problem in my shed, the peppermint oil did the trick also I don't know.the last time I saw a spider in my house. I only use a half strength brew for spiders. see less It doesn't get rid of mice as poison or traps might but rather acts as a deterrent. I use 1cup of water, atablespoon of surgical spirits, 1 teaspoon of glycerine and 40 drops of peppermint oil. Mix them all together well and pour into a spray bottle. Shake before use. Spray area's where mice are a problem paying particular attention to places where mice may be getting in or nesting. Repeat every two weeks. I've had a mouse problem in my shed, the peppermint oil did the trick also I don't know.the last time I saw a spider in my house. I only use a half strength brew for spiders.
Daffadowndilly
· 10 January 2016
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coz it real peppermint smell and it great oil i brought from a seller they never make fake oils
shyfemale
· 20 October 2015
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This peppermint oil is of strong quality grade. I would do a tester batch if I was you first, with one or two drops added to the coconut oil. Just to see what it's like in your mouth and to establish the coconut/peppermint ratio is right. Maybe increase it by one drop everytime you use it to make sure it's not too hot … see more This peppermint oil is of strong quality grade. I would do a tester batch if I was you first, with one or two drops added to the coconut oil. Just to see what it's like in your mouth and to establish the coconut/peppermint ratio is right. Maybe increase it by one drop everytime you use it to make sure it's not too hot for your mouth. However dont use too much peppermint as it could be too strong for the enamel. Happy pulling with minty coconut. Mmmm! see less This peppermint oil is of strong quality grade. I would do a tester batch if I was you first, with one or two drops added to the coconut oil. Just to see what it's like in your mouth and to establish the coconut/peppermint ratio is right. Maybe increase it by one drop everytime you use it to make sure it's not too hot for your mouth. However dont use too much peppermint as it could be too strong for the enamel. Happy pulling with minty coconut. Mmmm!
Jellybean
· 17 July 2016
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I have not tested it on my hair directly as it is strong but maybe you can add a drop to your shampoo bottle to get that refreshing feeling.
Mary
· 19 August 2017
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Not sure, make sure the oil is edible boots is a good place to start. My wife always drinks mint/peppermint tea when she has stomach/intestinal problems.
RobbieT
· 09 December 2014