Botanical Name: Mentha piperita
Composition: 100% Pure Peppermint Essential Oil
Growth Method: Conventional
Plant Part: Leaves
Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation
Color: Colorless to pale yellow liquid
Scent: Clean peppermint minty pungent notes
Cautions: Use well diluted and in low concentration (<1%). Avoid if pregnant or epileptic.
Promoting Hair Growth
You can add the oil to your shampoo not just to promote hair growth, but also to increase fragrance and promote blood circulation. Peppermint oil can also help treat an irritated scalp, dandruff, and even head lice.
The combination of its antiseptic properties and its fresh minty smell can produce a great spray that you can use to clean various areas around the house. .You can use the spray on your kitchen counters, the bathroom floors, and other surfaces where bacteria may proliferate.
Soothing muscle soreness, spasms, and pain
When peppermint oil is massaged into affected areas, it can disperse lactic acid, which is the main culprit behind muscle soreness and pain.
Blends Well With : Lavender, Tea Tree, Rosemary, Citrus Oils, Cedarwood, Cinnamon, Cypress
Love the scent. Using it almost every other day in my diffuser
This is an essential for me! Whenever I feel a flu coming on I put a few drops on a tissue and sniff it, and it clears my nose right up. I also diffuse this at home as a pick me up.