Mentha gracilis found indigenously in the regions of Europe and Asia is the primary source of Spearmint Essential Oil. Popular as Scotch spearmint, this essential oil is a milder substitute for peppermint flavor. Steam distillation process of leaves and flowering buds of the growing plants yields this essential oil. The oil is used primarily to prepare fragrances and as mild flavoring agent. Its medicinal properties are realized in the treatment of gastric troubles and other discomforts caused due to weak digestive system. Thus, this essential oil is a natural healing solution to settle the cases of flatulence, acidity, fever, nausea. Some medical practitioners find it useful for providing relief from asthmatic attacks, vertigo and severe cases of fatigue. Though this essential oil does not go rancid over time, still when lying unused, it can lose its aroma and therapeutic properties over time. Thus, the users must buy it only when they need using it on a regular basis.
Dilute well before use; for external use only. May cause skin irritation in some individuals; a skin test is recommended prior to use. Contact with mucous membranes and eyes should be avoided.
|Private Labelling||Do you want to sell the best line of essential oils under your own brand name and logo? Sri Venkatesh Aromas can help you with that! Our private label services allow you to can create and sell your own line of branded essentials oils without the hassle of purchasing from direct sources, creating your private label template, packaging, and so on. Here, we do all the work for you! ......Read More|
- Spearmint oil
- Jasmine oil or lavender oil
Spearmint oil blends perfectly with Jasmine oil and Lavender oil.
When mixed with these oils, it works as a great scent as it accentuates the smell of the oils it is blended with.
The aroma of this oil is also helpful in aromatherapy.
A few drops of spearmint oil when inhaled after putting in palm helps reduce mental tension and induces good feelings in mind.
2-3 drops of spearmint oil added to warm water forms mild mouthwash and is helpful in reducing the pain of mouth ulcers.
This oil offers milder alternative to peppermint for dishes where garnishing with mild flavor is desirable.
Spearmint oil is used as aromatherapy oil when mixed with eucalyptus oil.
These two oils, when combined with carrier oil, can be used for head massages for relaxation.
Headaches can be cured, too, by inhaling the smell of spearmint drops.