The Spearmint plant is also known to masses by its botanical name Mentha Spicata or Mentha viridis branching from Labiatae family. It also is commonly known as pea, green, fish mint, spire etc. This herb is mostly observed in the Mediterranean region that grows to a height of 3 ft and bears lilac or pink colored flowers and also sharp and serrated bright green leaves. In ancient times Greeks used it in their baths for its therapeutic effects. Similarly in the medieval period it was made use of for whitening teeth and curing sore gums. The flowers are steam distilled and the spearmint oil is obtained that is sweet in smell and is available in colors that range between slight yellow to green.
It is a great food for an exhausted mind, as it uplifts and boosts one’s mood and thought process.
One can relieve themselves from headaches, sinusitis, vomiting migraines by making use of this oil in vapor form.
Skin problems like itching that are mainly caused due to pruritus can be healed with spearmint oil.
It can be a solution for several female problems like heavy flows in menstrual cycles, controlling urine retention, leucorrhoea etc.
One can gain relief from the discomforts of digestive problems like diarrhea, constipation etc.
Similarly, it may be applied in several other conditions owing to its properties of carminative, antiseptic, insecticide, cephalic etc.
Constituents – The chemical components that are found in Spearmint oil are carvone, ‘a’ and ‘b’ pinene, linalool, myrcene, menthol etc.
Blends with – The spearmint oil blends effectively with oil like rosemary, basil, jasmine, lavender, eucalyptus etc.
|Product Code||SVA - 184|
|Botanical Name||Mentha Spicata|
|Methods of Extraction||Steam Distillation Process|
|Color & Odor||Pale Yellow & Strong, Astringent Lemon Odor.|
|Country of Origin||U.S.A|
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