Essential Mint Oil has a fresh, pungent, slightly sweet, minty scent.
The smell and effect are largely determined by the menthol in the Mint oil.
In the Mint oil, the menthol content should be around 45 percent.
Essential Mint oil is slightly less sweet than Peppermint oil.
Natural, essential field mint oil has a refreshing and cooling effect.
The fresh and slightly pungent scent has a stimulating effect on the brain.
The essential oil wakes up, peps up and has a strong uplifting effect.
Mint helps you focus better by directing energy to the head and brain.
This makes this oil also suitable for school while studying or at work.
Mint is good to use on oily skin. This oil relieves itching and has a soothing effect.
The oil provides relief for respiratory problems and inhalation is experienced as pleasant by many asthma patients.
100% pure Mint essential oil is important for the cosmetic and pharmaceutical industry.
Mint oil is used in candies, drinks, chewing gum, shampoo, cleaning products, toothpaste and mouth rinses.
Because the scent is a fairly predominant overtone, Mint oil is hardly used in the perfume industry.
- In the sauna: add 5 to 10 drops to an ice ball or to the water in the sauna tub
- In an aroma burner: add 2 to 4 drops to the water in an aroma burner
- On an aroma stone: add 2 to 4 drops to the stone of the aroma stone
- In a diffuser: add 2 to 4 drops to the water in the diffuser
- In a massage oil: add up to 25 drops of Mint oil to 250 ml of Sweet Almond oil for a natural, refreshing massage oil.
- For steaming: add a maximum of 1 to 4 drops to boiling water and steam with a towel over the head
- In the steam room: add 2 to 4 drops of essential oil to a sponge and place it in a stainless steel bowl under the steam pipe
- In the bath: For mint in the bath, use our Me Time bath oil, otherwise Mint essential oil will float on the water.
Use 25 ml of this bath oil in the summer for the refreshing effect.
- Apply some Mint oil diluted in Sweet Almond Oil to the temples and forehead to counteract tension headaches.
- Do not take the essential oil pure or use it pure on the skin.
- Do not use in case of constipation and diarrhoea.
- Do not use more than 1 to 2 drops diluted in 100 ml of sweet almond oil on sensitive or damaged skin.
- Do not use during pregnancy and lactation.
- Do not use in children under 2 years.
The essential oil mixes well with citrus scents, lavandin, eucalyptus, pine, lemongrass and peppermint oil.
The mint plant is a member of the Lapisaceae family and grows in most of North America, Europe and Asian countries such as China, India and Japan.
Other Mint varieties easily cross with each other, creating many hybrids and cultivars. Field mint is a very well-known currency.
The Mentha Arvensis is a green plant that grows up to 45 cm high and is often obtained by means of steam distillation in China or Japan.
For 1 liter of mint oil, 50 to 100 kilos of plant material from the Mentha Arvensis is needed.
Mint oil has a transparent to light green color.
The 5 ml and 20 ml brown glass bottles contain a dropper and a child-friendly cap and the 100 ml brown glass bottles contain a pipette.
The 250 ml, the liter bottle, the 5 and the 10 liter can are used as refill packaging.
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