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Mint Oil

Origin: Mediterranean

Botanical Name: Mentha arvensis

Family: Lamiaceae

Extraction Method: Steam Distillation

Plant Part: Leaves & Stem

Colour & Appearance: Clear to pale yellow, sometimes greenish thin liquid with fresh, sweet, menthol-minty, herbaceous fragrance


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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.

Properties:

It is analgesic, anesthetic, econgestant, emmenagogue, expectorant, febrifuge, antiseptic, antigalactagogue, antiphlogistic, antispasmodic, astringent, carminative, vermifuge & more.

Constituents

Main: Menthol and menthone

Other: Menthyl acetate, 1, 8-cineole, limonene, beta-pinene, and beta-caryophyllene.

Uses of Tea Tree Oil

Topical Uses

  • Sore Muscles
  • Energy/Alertness
  • Stress
  • Headache
  • Colds/Congestion
  • Indigestion

Everyday Uses

  • Pharmaceutical
  • Nutraceuticals
  • Food & Beverages
  • Bakery
  • Confectionery
  • Aromatherapy
  • Personal Care
  • Cosmetics
  • Toiletries
  • Fragrances
  • Cleaning & Home

Popular Uses

  • 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.

Primary Benefits

  • Treats dandruff
  • Bugs
  • Treats tiring feet

 

Directions For Use

Diffusion: Use three to four drops in the diffuser

Topical Use:

    • Apply one to two drops to the desired area.
    • Dilute with Eucalyptus, marjoram, lemon, rosemary, benzoin, and lavender oil to minimize any skin sensitivity.

Caution

  • Keep away from children.
  • If pregnant or nursing, consult your doctor.
  • Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.

How do you make mint oil?

  • Crush the peppermint leaves with your hands or a spoon.
  • Add the crushed leaves into a glass jar and pack them in there until the jar is full.
  • Fill the jar with olive oil covering all the leaves, till the neck level.
  • Let the oil steep in now.

What is mint oil?

Peppermint oil is derived from the peppermint plant. It is native to Europe & North America. It is used for different health problems.

What is mint oil good for?

It has many uses; it treats different problems like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), nausea, and other digestive issues & headaches.

What essential oil goes with mint?

Lemongrass, lemon, lavender, ylang-ylang, citrus bliss, wild orange, elevation, bergamot, frankincense, melaleuca, geranium, rosemary, eucalyptus, cypress, cinnamon, cypress, lime, grapefruit, cedarwood, white fir, clove.

What is the difference between mint and peppermint?

The word mint is an umbrella term for the Mentha plant family; it includes spearmint, peppermint, orange mint, apple mint, pineapple mint, and more. It is a perennial & wide-spreading herb.

What does mint oil do for your skin?

It can be a true saver for skin if used properly. It naturally cleanses the skin & has antiseptic & antibacterial properties. It has a cooling effect that soothes irritation & inflammation due to acne.

How do you make mint oil out of mint leaves?

  • Crush or muddle fresh mint leaves in a glass jar with a tight lid.
  • Cover the leaves with olive or grapeseed oil. Close the jar and shake.
  • Store for three days. Strain into a bowl and discard the leaves.
  • Pack the jar with fresh leaves, pour the oil back in the jar and cover with fresh oil.

Is mint oil and peppermint oil the same?

Peppermint oil is the best remedy for treating sore throat & cold. It is a blend of water-mint & spearmint leaves. It is similar to spearmint but has a higher concentration of menthol.

Is Mint good for hair?

It has antiseptic & antimicrobial properties; it helps to cool the scalp, eliminate dandruff & fight lice. It is used in hair products for relieving dry scalp, stimulating hair growth & make hair shine.

Can you drink mint oil?

It is safe when taken by mouth or orally. Its excessive dose can be toxic.