Brain Fog? Try Using Peppermint Essential Oil! – Zongle Therapeutics

Brain Fog? Try Using Peppermint Essential Oil!

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Tired of feeling like you're losing your mind🙇🏼 

Today we're discussing how to beat brain fog to help you focus more, most importantly during the exams. Ever had one of those days when you have trouble focusing or feel utterly mentally exhausted? Tried many tricks, slugged back multiple cups of coffee, but your brain still refuses to cooperate, given the fact that you've an interview or even an important exam tomorrow?  

Many of us can relate to this. You might be thinking, what causes brain fog? It can be because of stress, as we live in a stressful world. Or improper sleeping patterns. Another reason can be your diet. If diet is a reason, then you may want to fill yourself up with nutrients to prevent some of the fog. 


Brain Fog? Try Using Peppermint Essential Oil!

But if you're doing everything possible and find that it's still inevitable then you might want to supplement it with aromatherapy using essential oils. Things happen, and we gather brain fog from time to time. STRESSFUL HUH️ But the fact that it piles up and then becomes DANGEROUS is something you would want to avoid at all costs. 

The first thing we'd love to share is how beneficial USDA Certified Organic Peppermint Essential Oil is. It has amazing uses, all amped up with menthol in it which is known for being energizing. It helps with mental clarity and focus too. So how can we use it for clearing up that brain fog? 

Jump straight down to reveal 👇🏻 


️Take a drop of USDA Certified Organic Peppermint Essential Oil on your hand and rub your palms together. 

️Take a deep sniff from your palms and feel the refreshing aroma travel through your lungs. 

️You can also rub it on the back of your neck, that gives a cooling sensation. 

️Use it in your diffuser jewelry, by adding in 2-3 drops of Peppermint EO to it. Enjoy!! 💁🏼 

Tip: You can make a diffuser necklace, bracelet, or ring. Feel relaxed and fresh throughout the day. 

NOTE: Peppermint helps with focus and memory retention. It's a good booster for your brain if you are studying. It also helps in retaining the information.  

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