Bodhi & Birch Mint Thé Temple Balm review

Having trained in aromatherapy many years ago I have always been aware of the power of essential oils. I am a huge fan of the British brand bodhi & birch. Their products are a blend of Eastern and Western philosophies with high quality effective ingredients.


A couple of months ago they sent me their Mint Thé Temple Balm and it hasn’t left my side since.

bodhi & birch Mint Thé Temple Balm
bodhi & birch Mint Thé Temple Balm


This little black jar of magic is absolutely perfect for the warm (ok sometimes unbearable) days in London during the summer. It is jam-packed full of potent essential oils of the finest quality mixed into a Shea Butter and Babassu oil base.

The essential oils include White Camphor which is excellent in treating muscle aches and bruises, it is also a great stress reliever. Cajeput is wonderful at reliving headache pains as it has analgesic properties. Frankincense is uplifting and a great energy booster and finally Eucalyptus is antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial.

So why has this product not left my side? I have used this on hot sticky tube journeys around London to cool and ground me – also sometimes to ward off those unwelcome smells from other travellers! I have used it for headaches, insect bites and garden rashes. I’ve even used it to massage a sore shoulder. It is also fantastic at helping you focus – a little on the temples and base of the neck gives me that little lift that I used to rely on an afternoon espresso for.

I know Mint Thé Temple Balm will forever be my trusted companion whether at home on my desk or away in my bag. I haven’t taken a flight since receiving this but I know it will be as important on board as my headphones and my glass of champagne.

It’s £15 for a 15g jar here.

This review is based on a PR sample.

3 thoughts on “Bodhi & Birch Mint Thé Temple Balm review

  1. […] This little black jar of magic is jam-packed with potent essential oils of the finest quality mixed into a Shea Butter and Babassu oil base. The essential oils include White Camphor which is excellent in treating muscle aches and bruises, it is also a great stress reliever. Cajeput is wonderful at relieving headache pains as it has analgesic properties. Frankincense is uplifting and a great energy booster and finally Eucalyptus is antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial. […]

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