$1.99

Peppermint (Japanese) Essential Oil

Brand: GreenHealth
SKU: EO-PEPPJ
UPC: 616320106362
Shipping Cost: Calculated at Checkout

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Botanical Name: Mentha arvensis

Plant Part: Leaves

Origin: Japan

Extraction: Steam Distilled

Blends with: Basilbergamotcajeputcedarwoodeucalyptuslemonlimemarjoramniaoulipinerosemaryspearmint and thyme

Common Uses: Decongestant, muscle pain relief, cramps, digestion issues, nausea, energy

Properties

Color: Clear - Pale Yellow

Consistency: Thin

Note: Top

Strength of Aroma: Strong

Aromatic Scent: Minty - very concentrated (more fragrant than spearmint).

Safety: Peppermint Essential Oil should be used well diluted since high concentration can cause a burning sensation and sensitization. Avoid use during pregnancy.

Disclaimer: Please note, the International Federation of Aromatherapists do not recommend that Essential Oils, Carrier Oils, or Hydrosols be taken internally unless under the supervision of a Medical Doctor who is also qualified in clinical Aromatherapy.

5 based on 12 reviews. Leave a Review.
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Written by J on 3rd Sep 2016

Absolutely love this scent. Was worried it'd just smell like sugary mint gum, but it has a very crisp, sweet, soothing smell to it. Wish I had got a larger size!

overall satisfied
Written by Matthew Lewis Hill on 1st Jun 2016

I love the product. However, this is the 3rd time I've received oils that had leaked during shipping.

Smells great!
Written by undefined on 15th Jul 2015

I was expecting the scent to be a bit stronger, but it does have a nice scent. I received the bottles very quickly, and they were packed very well.

Very good product
Written by Maxluv on 3rd Mar 2014

I just ordered a couple more bottles of this peppermint oil last week, since i live in MD and the company is in VA only took one day to get to me. The smell is really strong so you need much to have it smelling like peppermint in your home that is what i have used it for so far, very soothing. I have a bottle from 2 years ago and it is still just as strong as the new bottle, just didnt want to run out.

Valuable product!!
Written by Nancy Jones on 19th Oct 2013

We have used this product for many years. We use it predomitly for pain. I use it every day for joint pain and back pain. Without it, I would be on huge amounts of pain killers that aren't good in the long run. This is no hazard to my body. It is the same as putting ice on pain.

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Written by undefined on 30th May 2013

I find the peppermint oil keeps its strength.

Can't do without it!
Written by dgclgranny on 21st May 2013

Peppermint essential oil is a staple at my house, and now my daughters! We use it for cleaning, add to vinegar and water for mopping wood floors, a few drops on a handkerchief relieves headaches, I add it to my homemade castile soap, and make a hot flash spray.

For bulk purposes and external use
Written by CitizenPete on 23rd Apr 2013

Deliver is fast and oil comes in a small plastic jug with screw top sealed with plastic tapes. IMO this is a good value for bulk use Peppermint oil for household and external use. This is the second time I have ordered 16 oz in the last 2 years, so I am a repeat customer. I do not believe this is the same food grade quality as other oils I purchase specifically for consumption, and I myself would not normally ingest this product on a regular basis. Would purchase this product again.

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Written by wayne on 4th Oct 2012

I use it to keep mice away and it does a fine job

The Fresh Smell Of Mint Intesified!
Written by undefined on 11th Sep 2012

This is my "fourth" order from WFMED Green Health, and I am pleased each time with my purchasing experience and yummy smelling and healing Essential Oils. This Peppermint Essential Oil, is like peppermint on steriods. It has a very clean and soothing smell. Just add a couple drops to your bottled water, and shake well, and you will have a "natural" yummy flavored water. I also read about Alan Hirsch MD who studied peppermint's "ability" to directly affect the brain's satiety center, which triggered a sensation of fullness after meals.I thought I would find out for myself ;-)

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