Peppermint Organic Oil
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Aroma Elite Peppermint Organic Essential Oil
Probably the best-known mint is peppermint. It appears to be a spontaneous hybrid of watermint and spearmint and was first discovered in England in 1696. Menthol, the main component of mint oil, is often used as an isolated substance in a wide variety of preparations.
As a refreshing and antiseptic oral care product, mint enjoys great popularity
- Botanical name: Mentha piperita
- Crafting: Steam Distillation: Plant
- Origin: USA
- Fragrance profile: Fresh, green, cool
- Main chemotypes: menthol, menthone
- Quality: From controlled organic cultivation.
Peppermint Organic Oil Application:
Skin care, aroma lamp, oil mixture, massage, disinfection and cleaning, room spray and natural perfume.
Peppermint organic oil physical effect:
It helps with impending fainting, shock or nausea as well as with pain in the head and neck area. A skin-cooling and circulation-promoting effect, it is therefore used in various body care products.
Peppermint organic oil mental effect:
In the case of mental exhaustion, overwork and drowsiness, it increases the ability to concentrate and strengthens memory.
Peppermint organic oil Special features:
Do not use in: children, hay fever and homeopathic treatment.
Peppermint organic oil goes well with:
Marjoram, Lavender, Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Grapefruit.
Essential oils from Aroma Elite are 100% natural.
The raw materials used come almost exclusively from biodynamic or from fair trade, biological wild collection (FairWild). However, since not all plants are available in organic quality, the best, tested and carefully selected conventional quality (sélection) is used in this case. Essential oils are highly concentrated and should therefore neither be used for small children nor during pregnancy.
Therefore, they should also: always be dosed sparingly, protected from light, be kept cool and out of the reach of children not come into contact with the eyes, mucous membranes or open flames direct contact with the skin, always be used in a highly diluted form (e.g. in a lotion, cream or oil).
Warning: In case of irritation or chemical burns, first dissolve the essential oil with a neutral vegetable oil, then remove it with a cloth and then wash it off thoroughly with clear water. In case of eye contact, rinse immediately with plenty of running water. If severe reactions, such as dizziness or nausea, occur, consult a doctor immediately or contact the poison control center.