Mint Oil Manufacturer & Supplier
Mints are aromatic, almost exclusively perennial, rarely annual, herbs. It is one of the oldest herbs known to humanity. It is widely cultivated herbs. It is used in different households. It has medicinal & healing properties that’s why it is the favorite herb. It has a distinct flavor.
It is analgesic, anesthetic, econgestant, emmenagogue, expectorant, febrifuge, antiseptic, antigalactagogue, antiphlogistic, antispasmodic, astringent, carminative, vermifuge & more.
Main: Menthol and menthone
Other: Menthyl acetate, 1, 8-cineole, limonene, beta-pinene, and beta-caryophyllene.
Uses of Tea Tree Oil
- Sore Muscles
- Food & Beverages
- Personal Care
- Cleaning & Home
- Relieve Muscle and Joint Pain
- Sinus Care and Other Respiratory Benefits
- Seasonal Allergy Relief
- Increase Energy and Improve Exercise Performance
- Alleviate Headaches
- Improve IBS Symptoms
- Freshen Breath and Support Oral Health
- Promote Hair Growth and Reduce Dandruff
- Relieve Itchiness
- Repel Bugs Naturally
- Reduce Nausea
- Improve Colic Symptoms
- Boost Skin Health
- Sunburn Protection and Relief
- Potential Anti-Cancer Agent
Benefits of Mint Oil
- It is used as refreshing, mental energizer, strengthening, used to enhance the well-being of the digestive and respiratory system.
- It helps against upset stomachs, restrains the growth of certain bacteria, and can help smooth and relax muscles.
- Mint oil is used as a flavoring in tea, ice creams, confectionery, chewing gum, and toothpaste.
- It is used in different cosmetics and toiletries preparations especially in the preparation of shampoos and soaps.
- Treats dandruff
- Treats tiring feet
Directions For Use
Diffusion: Use three to four drops in the diffuser
- Apply one to two drops to the desired area.
- Dilute with Eucalyptus, marjoram, lemon, rosemary, benzoin, and lavender oil to minimize any skin sensitivity.
- Keep away from children.
- If pregnant or nursing, consult your doctor.
- Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.