Spearmint Essential Oil
Botanical name | Mentha spicata
Extracted parts | Whole plant
Spearmint leaves are often made into tea. Drinking after meals can relieve stomach pain, acid reflux and flatulence. Extracted by steam distillation, the essential oil can also be used to diffuse the fragrance to stimulate the nerves and make the mind clear. The high content of monoterpene ketones can promote skin renewal and repair. During facial skin care, the concentration needs to be reduced to below 2%. Monoterpene ketone has good anti-mold and anti-virus ability, and it can make people calm mind. For gardening purposes, spraying flowers and plants with spearmint water can repel caterpillars.
‧ Physiological effects | Anti-fungal | Anti-virus | Relieve gastrointestinal discomfort | Relieve itching | Relieve heat
‧ Psychological efficacy | Improve neurological alertness | Boost down mood
How To Use
‧ Relieve gastrointestinal discomfort | Massage 1 drop of spearmint essential oil on the liver or belly button after a meal.
‧ Other physical and psychological effects ｜ Mix 1 drop of spearmint essential oil plus 2 drops of eucalyptus essential oil and 2 drops of pine essential oil, then inhale.
100% Organic Spearmint Essential Oil.