March 25, 2020
March 27, 2020




Mentha Arvensis has a Balsamic, green, fruity and woody scent which is very refreshing for the soul. The invigorating, fresh and energizing aroma of Peppermint essential oil uplifts the mind and body. This essential oil has both cooling and heating effect, which makes it an excellent analgesic remedy for tired and aching muscles. Peppermint oil is helpful for migraines, a lymphatic stimulant and can assist in sinus relief.

This plant initially was grown in India, and for centuries has been used for its revitalizing properties. The Peppermint essential oil is extracted through steam distillation process from the leaves of the mint plant. The Peppermint essential oil has a minty, refreshing and fresh smell which soothes and enlightens the soul. 



  • Provides mental clarity by supporting the cognitive functions of the brain.
  • It helps to relieve and reduce symptoms like headaches or mild tension.
  • Traditionally, it is used in aromatherapy to relieve pain and cough.
  • Relieves sinus related problems
  • Good for digestive health. 

How to use 


Use six to eight drops of Peppermint oil to carrier oil.


Add two drops of Peppermint essential oil in a dispersant.


Add two drops of Peppermint essential oil in a bowl of water. Consider using hot water, if there are aches and tight muscles. The water can be cold if there are signs of inflammation.

Steam treatment

For respiratory treatment, add one drop of Peppermint essential oil to a bowl of hot steaming water. Caution, if there are any risks or burns on the face, do not use this treatment.


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  • Do not use it near the face of children or infants. 
  • We recommend you to dilute this Peppermint oil to around 5% for topical application. 
  • Use only for adults. 
  • If you are pregnant, or a nursing mother, consult a physician.


Menthol, menthone, Eucalyptol

Country of Origin



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