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The former contains a blend of eucalyptus and spearmint essential oils to soothe and uplift, while the Sleep blend has an aromatic mix of snooze-inducing lavender, calming cedarwood and for a limited time, black chamomile extract, too.
The valley is also the nation’s leading producer of spearmint and peppermint oil; carpets of dark green leaves, destined for toothpaste and chewing gum, line the roadsides.
Scentered’s Be Happy Therapy Balm uses tagette and neroli, together with spearmint, for a lift in mood.
While numerous varieties of mint exist, spearmint, also called garden mint, is typically used in recipes for salads, vegetables, lamb, and mojitos.
The Wappels' farm more than 8,000 acres in Starke, Pulaski, LaPorte, Jasper and Porter counties, including more than 1,500 acres planted in peppermint, along with some acreage in spearmint.
There’s not much research in this area, but spearmint oil seems to help ease arthritis pain (Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice, February 2017).
The name is from the owners’ dual Irish and Lebanese heritages (clover shamrocks and spearmint).
And the Carmanah is the perfect place to commit a crime: a remote rainforest sanctuary on the Canadian west coast, thick with damp air and spearmint canopies of moss.
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