Peppermint - A brilliant mind

Peppermint - Pfefferminze - Mentha piperita

up to 90 cm high mint, stems square, leaves opposite and lanceolate, flowers white to reddish, stalked in the leaf axils.
Distribution: worldwide
Flowering time: July to September

Peppermint

Keywords: alertness, attention, mental flexibility
Brief description: Helps with mental overload and overwork, fatigue, lack of energy, difficulty concentrating
Energy: Yang energy
Chakra: Brow Chakra

Peppermint

The essence

The essence of Peppermint awakens the drowsy head and mind. It gets us out of lethargy and lack of interest and acts like caffeine for the soul. Therefore, it is a good flower for cumbersome and slow people who find learning difficult, are always tired and limp, and barely respond to suggestions from outside. In addition, Peppermint is also for overloaded and overworked people who have head aches, and lack acuteness of thought.

Peppermint

Peppermint increases the capacity of the mind and help you realize the forrest despite all the trees. It can be used as a learning and study helper. It awakens the senses and clears the mind and consciousness.

It can be used both for mental strengthening, for example in combination with other learning essences such as Chestnut Bud, as well as for spiritual development, as in combination with Lotus and / or magnolia.

©Dirk Albrodt.

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