Organic Essential Oils 50ml
Organic essential oils are oils that are derived from plants that are not grown using pesticides, fertilizers or other chemicals.
Non-organic essential oils come from products that can use those type of chemicals. If you are worried about these type of chemicals in your essential oils, then you will want to look at our new range of wholesale organic essential oils.
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Latin Name : Mentha Piperita.
Part Of Plant Used : Flowering Herb.
Source : India.
Extraction Method : Steam Distillation.
Peppermint Essential Oil is said to be good for ailments like asthma, colic, fever, flatulence, headache, nausea, chest congestion and vertigo. This oil is supposed to be excellent for mental fatigue and depression, refreshing and stimulating with its menthol content. It is good for the ski and is used in lotions to treat sunburn, itchiness or inflamed skin. It helps fight bad breath and gum infections when used in mouthwashes. When used in an oil burner it is not only therapeutic it also keeps away mosquitoes and other insects.
Peppermint is native to the Mediterranean but is now grown in other countries in Europe, America, and Asia. Discoveries prove that peppermint has been used since ancient times in Egypt, Greece, Rome, China and Japan. According to Greek myth, a nymph called Mentha was turned, in a fit of anger, into a mint plant by her lover's wife Persephone. According to Pliny, peppermint was used to crown the Greeks and Romans during feasts. It has been used medicinally in England for the last few centuries.