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Peppermint 100% Pure Essential Oil, 4oz

Peppermint Essential Oil Botanical Name: Mentha arvensis (Japanese Peppermint) Common Uses: Peppermint is widely credited with being a digestive aid. Peppermint leaves contain menthol, which is a proven aid to digestion. The familiar aroma of Mentha piperita is known for both its warming and cooling properties. Friendly to the sinuses, peppermint is also useful to the muscular system, especially for women during monthly cycles or menopause. Peppermint is commonly known from peppermint tea, chewing gum or candy, but the Essential Oil is much more strong and concentrated and should be used in moderation. Very fresh and clean smelling. Refreshing, mental stimulant, energizing, used to enhance well-being of digestive and respiratory system. Relieves bad breath. Good nerve tonic that helps with mental fatigue and nervous stress. Mixes well with: Basil, eucalyptus, geranium, grapefruit, juniper, lavender, lemon, myrrh, pine, rosemary, spearmint, tea tree, and wintergreen. Safety Information: Avoid if pregnant or breast feeding. Do not use on babies or small children. May cause irritation to sensitive skin, however it is rare. Important to do a patch test, first, before applying in large amounts. Do not use in baths. Should not be used in conjunction with homeopathic remedies, as it will act as an antidote.

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  • Peppermint Essential Oil
  • 100% Pure & Natural
  • Undiluted

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2 comments to Peppermint 100% Pure Essential Oil, 4oz

  • RYAN

    BEWARE…THIS STORE IS SELLING CORNMINT OIL AS PEPPERMINT OIL I PURCHASED WHAT IS SUPPOSED TO BE PEPPERMINT OIL (MENTHA PIPERITA)BUT RECEIVED CORNMINT OIL (MENTHA ARVENSIS) INSTEAD . BUYERS BEWARE!!! WONT KEEP RODENTS AWAY.

  • Jamey Johansen "jamey1981"

    very medicinal, strong This oil seems too overconcnetrated, and possibly mixed with another oil. It has a peppermint scent, but also a scent from something else. Even after burning or using in a misting system, it leaves an oily coating on the stuff.

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