Organic Peppermint Oil cures acne, stimulates and refreshes, invigorates body and mind. It is known for its ability to maintain healthy hair and its effectiveness against nausea, motion sickness and migraines.
Peppermint oil cures acne, stimulates and refreshes, invigorates body and mind. It is known for its power to maintain healthy hair and its effectiveness against nausea, motion sickness and migraines. This oil relieves colds and chest congestion as well as itching due to its soothing properties.
• 100% organic
• 100% pure and natural essential oil, undiluted and not rectified.
• Botanically and Biochemically Defined Essential Oil (BBDE).
• Not mixed and chemotyped
• The essenciell oils have been rigorously selected and controlled on the organoleptic and physico-chemical levels.
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Best used before the end of: ............. (Lot......)
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• Country of origin: ....
• Production process: Complete distillation by steam distillation.
• Distilled organ: ....
• Botanical name:...
• Culture: Organic, certified Ecocert etc.
• Packaging: The formats 10 ml to 100 ml are delivered in amber glass bottles with an eye dropper.
Guaranteeing the quality and traceability of our essenciell oils and our raw materials is at the heart of our concerns. We carry out routine controls on each batch and more thorough monitoring controls, chromatographic analysis is carried out in an accredited laboratory.
Chromatography: Chromatography is a separative physicochemical method used to identify the different substances in a mixture. The chromatograph is a device used to perform certain chromatographies. The chromatogram is the record or the diagram obtained by chromatography.
Appearance: Clear liquid.
Color: Pale yellow, colourless
Odor: herbaceous, fresh, sweet
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Stability in time: ..............
• Tonic and stimulating for the heart, digestive system, pancreas and nerves
• Anesthetic and analgesic, antipruritic (calms itching)
• Nasal, hepatic and prostatic decongestant
• Anti-malarial, bactericide, fungicide
• Intestinal and urinary anti-inflammatory
• Anti catarrhal, expectorant, mucolytic
• Emmenagogue: promotes menstruation
• Stimulates the microcirculation of the scalp
• Hepatopancreatic insufficiency, viral hepatitis, cirrhosis, hepatic colic
• Indigestion, dyspepsia, nausea, vomiting, flatulence
• Motion sickness, dizziness
• Neuralgia, sciatica, arthritis, rheumatism, tendonitis, migraines, headaches
• Shingles, herpes, viral neuritis, malaria
• Discomfort of the urogenital tract
• Cystitis, colitis, prostatitis, nephritic colitis
• Rhinitis, sinusitis, otitis
• Pruritus (urticaria, eczema, chicken pox)
• Shock, trauma, hypotension
• Asthenia (fatigue), physical, mental and sexual.
Food use of organic peppermint oil: To flavor your dishes and preparations, simply add 1 to 2 drops of peppermint oil (salads, coulis, desserts, drinks...)
By the Oral route: To stimulate digestion or keep breath fresh, place 1 to 2 drops of peppermint oil on a neutral medium (vegetable oil, honey, cane sugar), to be taken for a few days until complete improvement.
Massage: To prevent and treat muscle pain, dilute 4 to 6 drops of peppermint oil in a teaspoon of vegetable oil (arnica oily macerate), then massage, avoiding contact with the eyes.
In cutaneous application: To fight against inflammation, dilute 2 drops of peppermint oil in a vegetable oil (10% peppermint oil and 90% vegetable oil), then massage the areas to be treated 3 times a day for one week.
Diffusion: To combat bad odors, add a few drops of peppermint oil to a bowl of water or to a diffuser for 10 minutes per hour, not exceeding 2 to 3 times per day.
By inhalation: To relieve respiratory problems (sinusitis, blocked nose, cold or rhinopharyngitis), put 2 drops of peppermint oil on your handkerchief and breathe.
To boost hair growth: To stimulate the scalp, add 1 to 2 drops of peppermint oil to your shampoo, leave on for 5 minutes before rinsing, apply 3 times a week.
Warning: essential oils should not be used pure, it is essential to dilute them with a vegetable oil.
Synergy with the following essential oils: rosewood, basil, eucalyptus, lavender, tea tree, lemon, rosemary, cypress, geranium, ravintsara, grapefruit, juniper, spearmint, cinnamon bark, pine.
Conservation: Keep your oils in a cool and dry place away from light and heat sources. Do not store the oils in hot, bright or humid places, such as the bathroom, near a stove (or fireplace), on a windowsill, in sunny places, and anywhere where there are temperature variations.
Precautions for use:
• Keep out of reach of children.
• Do not use essential oils during pregnancy or while breastfeeding.
• If applied to the skin, dilute in a vegetable oil.
• Essential oils should not be applied to the eyelids, around the eyes, in the ears or on mucous membranes. They should not be applied pure to the skin either, except in the case of local treatment of a skin blemish.
• Without the advice of a health professional, essential oils should not be taken during a treatment. There are risks of interactions.
• Ask for medical advice before use, especially in case of medication or chronic illness (asthma, epilepsy, hormone-dependent pathologies...).
• As a general rule, always do a test application of your preparation, in the fold of the elbow, at least 48 hours before using it.
• In case of doubt, ask your pharmacist or your doctor trained in aromatherapy for advice.
All indications and properties available on our website are taken from bibliography, websites and scientific reference books and/or objectivation tests. This information is given for information purposes only, it does not constitute medical information, nor does it engage our responsibility.
|Procédé d’obtention||Complete distillation by steam distillation.|
|Culture||Organic, certified! Ecocert etc.|
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