Having botanical name Mentha Piperata, Peppermint Oil has origination in India and is slightly yellow colored oil with a cold mint odor. Being soluble in alcohol & paraffin oil but insoluble in water, the oil has refractive index of 1.460 to 1.467. The oil is extracted using steam distillation process and has highly cooling and refreshing properties, thus making it perfect to be used in aromatherapy based applications. With the oil also known by the common names of Peppermint, Mentha piperita, Brady mint, Balm mint, Curled mint, Lamb mint, it helps to stimulating mind, increasing mental agility and cooling the skin. The other uses of the oil include helping in easing headaches, spastic colon, migraine, sinus and helping in boosting digestive system. Blending well with lavender, marjoram, benzoin, eucalyptus, lemon and rosemary, the oil is composed of constituents including 1,8-cineole, methyl acetate, menthol, menthone, methofuran, b-pinene, a-pinene, isomenthone, limonene, germacrene-d, trans-sabinene hydrate and pulegone.
Family : Lamiaceae Product Description Peppermint, also known as Mentha piperita, is a common herb. It is available in many forms – peppermint leaf, peppermint essential oil, peppermint leaf extract, or peppermint leaf water. Peppermint oil has the most uses. It is used in foods, cosmetics, personal hygiene products, and pharmaceutical products. The oil relieves skin irritation and inflammation, reduces pain and nausea, and improves dental hygiene Constituents of Peppermint Oil Menthol Menthone Pulegone Rosmarinic acid Limone Isomenthone Limonene, myrcene caryophyllene Pulegone Carvone Benefits of Peppermint Oil Helpful to reduce nausea and vomiting induced by Chemotherapy. Aromatherapy helped reduce anesthesia-induced nausea after surgery. Helps Treat Stomach Disorders. Used to treat Irritable bowel syndrome and SIBO. Used to reduce flatulence and stomach ache. Reduces diarrhea, constipation, bloating, and gas. Useful to reduce Stomach Upset (Dyspepsia). Helps to treat Colic. Reduces Back and Muscle Pain. Relieves Itching. Enhances the cognitive performance.
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We have in store for our customers Dementholised Peppermint Oils,which are obtained by deep freezing and centrifuging of mentha arvensis oils. These oils contain 30% to 56% l-menthol as its main constituent and also contains isomenthone, neomenthol, l-limonene, alpha pinene, beta pinene, methyl acetate, pulegone and pipretone. Available in two grades, with and without terpene, these oils can be bought at industry leading prices from us. any packing we can provide
Customers can buy from us Peppermint Oils BP (Indian Piperita), which are derived from the leaves of mentha piperita plant. These oils are used in the preparation of perfumes, analgesic balms, ointments, lotions, tooth paste and other cosmetic products. Essential constituents of these oils are alpha pinene, beta pinene, limonene, cineole, l-menthone, menthafurone, isomenthone, menthyl acetate, isopulegone, neo menthol, l-menthol and pipretone and are widely recognized for medicinal uses and value.
Pepppermint leaves PepperMint, one of the most popular flavors in the world, has a refreshing, sweet flavor. It is a warming herb that symbolizes hospitality. Stir into lemon juice, chopped cucumber and tomato. Sprinkle Mint onto green salads. Peppermint is used to disguise the taste of unpalatable drugs, as it imparts its aromatic characteristics to whatever prescription it enters into
Spearmint Oil 60 % : CAS Number : 8008 - 795 Botanical Source : Mentha spicata Var. Synonym : Mentha;Spicata;Spearmint Oil; Curledmintoil;Crispmint Oil; Oilofcrispmint; Oils,Spearmint Empirical Formula C6H14O6 Molecular weight : 182.176