Peppermint Essential oil
Peppermint essential oil
Bulgarian name: Mint
English name: Peppermint
Botanical name: Mentha Piperita
Used part: the upper part of the plant, the leaves
Oil-bearing part of the plant: leaves
Appearance: Transparent liquid
Color: Pale yellow
Aroma: fresh, characteristic peppermint aroma
Method of extraction: steam distillation
Analytical method: Gas chromatograph
Analytical certificate: Available on request
Storage: Store in tightly closed containers at 5 - 15ºC, without direct exposure to sunlight and other heat sources
Ingredients: Menthol - it is also a component of many cardiovascular medications, menton, thymol, 1,8-cinnol, methyl acetate, methofuran, isometthon, lemon, terpinene, b-pinene, a-pinene, germicide, trans- and Pulagon.
Peppermint massage works very well for menstrual cycle disorders.
The mint pad is equipped with an anti-malware, anti-malware, and antispyware action.
In small doses, peppermint oil increases appetite, acts well for vomiting, removes cramps in stomach, intestine, and bile ducts, exhausts gases in flatulence. The gallbladder acts gallbladder and painkiller.
A useful antibacterial agent featuring a number of bacteria such as E. salt, Ѕtarhullosorsurf auréuѕ, Ѕ. rurögеnеѕ, В. ѕubtіlіѕ, Рроtеuѕ vіlgаrіѕ.
Peppermint oil is also an ecological insecticide against axes, ants and cockroaches.
Peppermint oil blends well with other essential oils like eucalyptus, lavender, oregano, lemon and rosemary.
Contraindications: If you are allergic to this herb, avoid inhalation of peppermint oil. It can also cause licking and licking, so it's time to look at the eyes. Doing so has been avoided by the use of bipharmacy and childbirth under 7 years of inactivity.