The name comes from Po-Ho the (Mandarin) Chinese for peppermint, one of the five essential oils in this refreshing classic amongst oils.
Po-Ho Oil cannot be used as nose drops or as a nasal spray. Avoid contact with the eyes and sensitive skin and wash hands thoroughly should they come into contact with the oil.
To be rubbed on as an oil, inhaled or gargled.
Apart from imparting a nice relaxing aroma, essential oils can also help the body in other ways, forming the basis for aromatherapy as a healthcare discipline. In addition, the essential oils of peppermint and eucalyptus have been used traditionally to help maintain clear, cool breathing -particularly during the cold or flu season.