I am thrilled to have actually found a substitute that I in fact enjoy using and also enjoy making. I like that I could tweak the recipe depending upon my personal inclination at the time (sweeter, minty, fruity, etc– it’s all about what important oils I put in it). I’ve made a set with grapefruit oil and it has a citrus-tang to it, which was revitalizing for the summertime. Now I am utilizing mint oil and I love the minty taste.

I am thrilled to have actually found a substitute that I in fact enjoy using and also enjoy making. I like that I could tweak the recipe depending upon my personal inclination at the time (sweeter, minty, fruity, etc– it’s all about what important oils I put in it). I’ve made a set with grapefruit oil and it has a citrus-tang to it, which was revitalizing for the summertime. Now I am utilizing mint oil and I love the minty taste.

How to Extract Mint Oil From Mint Leaves

How to Extract Mint Oil From Mint Leaves

HAGINA JAPANESE MINT OIL Great for aches, pains, massages, sinus issues, bath soaks, digestion issues, cramps, etc. Truly a multipurpose product!

HAGINA JAPANESE MINT OIL Great for aches, pains, massages, sinus issues, bath soaks, digestion issues, cramps, etc. Truly a multipurpose product!

Crouching Hare by Rachel Wright Machine embroidery at it's very best. Really using stitch as paint...love it

Crouching Hare by Rachel Wright Machine embroidery at it's very best. Really using stitch as paint...love it

I also like to add mint oil and use less baking soda. It makes a for a nice night after a long shift

I also like to add mint oil and use less baking soda. It makes a for a nice night after a long shift

Super addictive Healthy Crispy Parsnip Fries with lemon + olive oil + mint + garlic. Only 85 kcal/100 g, 4WW. #glutenfree

Super addictive Healthy Crispy Parsnip Fries with lemon + olive oil + mint + garlic. Only 85 kcal/100 g, 4WW. #glutenfree

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