Product Name: Peppermint (Org.) EO
Latin Name: Mentha piperita
Country of Origin: India
Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled
General Description: Peppermint (Org.) essential oil is steam distilled from the leaves of the Mentha piperita plant. The plant is a member of the Lamiaceae family and is native to Europe and Asia. The oil has a strong, minty, and refreshing aroma.
Common Uses: Peppermint (Org.) essential oil is known for its invigorating and cooling properties. It is often used in aromatherapy to promote mental clarity, reduce feelings of nausea, and alleviate headaches. It is also commonly used in topical applications for its analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects.
Characteristics: Peppermint (Org.) essential oil is a thin, clear, and colorless liquid. Its aroma is strong, minty, and refreshing.
Blends with: Peppermint (Org.) essential oil blends well with other mint and citrus oils, as well as lavender, eucalyptus, and many other essential oils.
Cautions: Peppermint (Org.) essential oil is generally considered safe for use. However, as with all essential oils, it should be diluted in a carrier oil before being applied to the skin. It may cause skin irritation in some individuals. It should be avoided during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.
Spiritual: Peppermint (Org.) essential oil is believed to help promote a sense of mental clarity and alertness. It is associated with the Third Eye Chakra, which is linked to intuition, perception, and spiritual insight.
History: Mentha piperita has been used for its therapeutic properties for centuries. In traditional medicine, it has been used to treat digestive issues, respiratory problems, and headaches. Peppermint (Org.) essential oil is a popular ingredient in oral hygiene products, as well as natural insect repellents.
has a really strong and pure mint scent, unlike cheaper oils
WE use it all the time.
use in various blends, especially sinus
I use Peppermint in a lot of blends but I find the best is for headaches and sinus.
Complex peppermint with floral undertones. Everything a good peppermint should be.