Basic Infromation of Peppermint Oil
|Food Grade Peppermint Oil|
100% Pure Natural
|Colorless to light yellow liquid|
20ML Free Offer
The essential oils of Peppermint are found in cells on the underside of the leaves and are collected through the process of steam distilling the fresh or partially dried plant leaves.As with all other essential oils, Peppermint will retain stability and have a prolonged shelf life if stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight with the bottle cap tightly closed.
Benefits of Peppermint Oil
1.Peppermint essential oil has been found to eliminate harmful bacteria, relieve muscle spasms and flatulence, disinfect and soothe inflamed skin, and to release muscle tension when used in a massage.
2.It's cooling and warming sensations make it an effective anesthetic that leaves the skin numb to pain and calms redness and inflammation.
3.In shampoos, it can stimulate the scalp while also removing dandruff.
4.It is believed to stimulate circulation, reduce feelings of nervous tension, soothe feelings of irritability, boost energy, balance hormones, and enhance mental focus.
5.Peppermint oil can also be used as a cleaning solvent to sanitize and deodorize the environment, leaving behind the trail of a fresh, cheerful scent.
Certificate of Analysis
Colorless or pale yellow liquid with a refreshing mint odor.
1ml dissolves in 4ml of 70% alchohol
Cool sensation in mouth and characteristic mint flavour
Neutral to Litmus solution
0.900 - 0.916
-10° to -30°
1.460 - 1.467
Fixed Oils and Fats
37% - 50%
Total Menthol Content
Not less than 40%
Usage of Peppermint Oil
Dental Care: Peppermint oil, due to its antiseptic properties, it uses in dental care. It also eliminates bad breath and helps teeth and gums fight off hazardous germs. Unsurprisingly, these attributes mean that it is added to numerous toothpastes, and it is also been shown to be useful in the treatment of toothaches.
Indigestion: it is very helpful in digestion. People often put a few drops in a glass of water and drink it after their meal for its beneficial digestive properties. It is carminative and therefore helps in removing excess gas. Peppermint oil is also a good tonic for those who have a low appetite, and it helps treating motion sickness, nausea and upset stomachs.
Respiratory problems: Menthol, which is abundantly present, helps to clear the respiratory tract. It is also an effective expectorant and therefore provides instantaneous, though temporary, relief for numerous respiratory problems including nasal congestion, sinusitis, asthma, bronchitis, cold and cough. As a result, it is used in numerous cold rubs and balms. When these cold rubs are applied to the chest, they can quickly remove nasal and respiratory congestion.
Nausea and headache: It is a good home remedy for nausea and headaches. To quickly alleviate the pain of a headache.
Irritable bowel syndrome: The muscle relaxant property has been found to ease irritable bowel syndrome. This has been validated through preliminary scientific research, although the exact mechanism is still unknown.
Urinary tract infection: Peppermint oil can be used to treat urinary tract infections (UTI). Although it is traditionally used, formal scientific research is still underway to understand the details of this specific attribute.
Blood Circulation: The stimulating effects have been shown to increase blood circulation.
Pain Relief: Peppermint oil can be used externally in order to provide relief from pain. It is believed that the presence of calcium antagonismhelps remove pain from affected areas. It is also cooling in nature and is subsequently used to help reduce fever.
Immune system: Peppermint oil can increase a person’s immunity to various diseases and is commonly employed by those people with weak immune systems or who seem to frequently suffer from illness.