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Shamans Market Muna Muna - 安地斯薄荷精油 15 ml

Shamans Market Muna Muna - 安地斯薄荷精油 15 ml

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Andean mint (Minthostachys setosa) has a deep scent that cleanses negative vibrations.The traditional uses of Minthostachys are manifold, but the most important are consumption as tea, seasoning, or medicinal infusions against various ailments of the digestive or respiratory systems. The first include cough, cold, flu, and similar, the second everything from stomach ache to diarrhea. Less frequently the plants are said to be used externally for other parts of the body, e.g. against rheumatism or bruises.

Muna-Muna is a multi-branched, small leaved deciduous shrub prized for its medicinal and aromatic values. Essential oils can also be extracted and sold as a concentrate. Muna muna also known as Andean Mint, is a shrub, usually growing from 30 to 200 high, with white flowers and aromatic leaves (2.700 – 3.100 m). Used to support the respiratory system as well as a digestive aid. Muna Muna Extract is concentrated to provide strength, ease of digestion, and rapid assimilation.

Properties: Cooling, analgesic, antispasmodic, anesthetic, decongestant, emmenagogue, expectorant, febrifuge, insecticide and stimulant.


- From the temperate zones of South America, this medium-sized herbaceous plant is an excellent carminative (dispels gas accumulation in the stomach) and general aid to the digestive system (stomach acid, indigestion, bacterial diarrhea, parasites). It also serves as a bronchial dilator and expectorant.

- Helps people become clear headed and refreshes the spirits.

- Helpful for people who are unable to concentrate or who have mental fatigue.

- Said to relieve states of anger, hysteria and nervous trembling, excellent for depression.

- On the body, it has a dual action: cooling when hot and warming when cold.

- As a remedy for colds, it halts mucous and fevers and encourages perspiration.

- Extremely important for its effect on the digestive system (1 drop on a sugar cube or on a teaspoon of honey). Has a slightly anesthetic effect on stomach muscles.

- Good for travel sickness, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, colic, nausea and to keep drivers alert while on the road.

- Its cooling and pain relieving action seems to ease headaches, migraines and toothaches.

- Used in liniments for the relief of muscle pain, lumbago, bruises, joint pain and insect bites.

- Can be used to relieve any kind of skin irritation or itching but should be used in a dilution of 1% or less or the irritation could be made worse.

- Not much liked by insects and vermin, great for getting rid of ants and rodents.


Origin: Peru

Blend well with: Cedarwood, cypress, lavender, niaouli and pine

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Not for internal use. Avoid use if pregnant. Should be kept away from eyes, likely to irritate skin and mucous membranes. Best avoided by pregnant women and nursing mothers as it could discourage flow of milk. May antidote homeopathic remedies.