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All About Peppermint Oil
13 Mar, 2024

What is Peppermint Oil? Know Benefits, How to Make and More

In the mint family, peppermint is an aromatic herb. It’s a combination mint that’s a cross between water mint and spearmint. Peppermint can be found naturally in Europe and North America.

And if we talk about that “Where is peppermint found in India”. The Peppermint plant is being grown on a large scale in the states of Punjab, Haryana, North India, and Uttar Pradesh. The most suitable climate for the growth of such plants is found in India such as temperate to tropical climate. The most favorable weather is sunny with light rain. Such soil, which is rich in moisture, works as a boon for mint cultivation.

How to make Peppermint Oil?

Common manufacturing process is done by using steam distillation for Peppermint oil in AOS Products.

How to Prepare at Home?
Obtaining the peppermint leaves then wash and dry the leaves now crush up the leaves don’t chop them and put them into the jar with carrier oil don’t fill up the full jar, otherwise, the extract will be too diluted then close the jar tightly let them sit for 1 to 3 days. After that strain out the mint leave with the help of cheesecloth and again put into the jar. Do this step 2 to 3 times if you want the oil to be more concentrated. Now the oil is ready to use keep it in a dark and cool place.

Varieties of Peppermint Oil:

1. Peppermint (Terpene less): We recommend this oil for candles, repellents, and soaps

2. Peppermint (Japanese): We recommend using for topical use (properly diluted ~2-5% essential oil with 95-98% carrier oil) such as for soaps, candles, all-purpose sprays, repellents, etc.

3. Peppermint (Supreme): We recommend using for aromatherapy, topical application (properly diluted the same way for any type of peppermint essential oil all-purpose sprays, repellents, bath bombs, etc.

How to Check Purity of Peppermint Oil?

➥ To check the purity of AOS Peppermint Oil, place a drop of oil on clean paper and wait for 1 hour, when the product dries then check if it leaves a greasy ring then the oil is impure.

➥ 2nd thing, if you need an accurate result then send the product to the professional test lab. For the “GC Test”. But this testing method is expensive, so what should you do? Don’t worry, you can directly purchase the oil from the Manufacturer “AOS Products Private Limited”.

Benefits of Peppermint Oil and How to Use?

In aromatherapy, peppermint oil is promoted for the problems like joint pain, headache, itching muscle aches and for treating coughs and colds, improving mental function reducing pain.

Regular greens keeper, practitioners may use peppermint to:

• stop itching

• relieve pain

• kill germs

• reduce muscle spasms

• help the body eliminate mucus

• boost blood circulation

• prevent or reduce vomiting

• reduce flatulence

• promote sweating.

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Peppermint Oil Uses in Pharma, Food and Cosmetic Industries:

In Pharma Industries:

AOS Peppermint Oil is a remedy for a variety of conditions, including nausea, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and other ingestion issues, as well as the common cold and headaches.

• a topical application for relief from muscles pain, itching and headache.

• a fresh, nice scent added to soaps and cosmetic products.

• a flavoring agent in foods and products such as mouthwashes.

In Food Industries:

We AOS Products manufacture 100% Pure and Natural AOS Peppermint oil and supply to numerous food & beverage industries, and these industries use this amazing oil as natural mint flavor for Ice creams, desserts and sweets as well as confectionery items.

In Cosmetic Industries:

Peppermint oil is used in cosmetic industry at a very huge scale in moisturizers, body lotions, and in different creams. The Peppermint oil increased the aromatherapy for its relaxing and memory boosting effects.

Side Effects of Peppermint Oil:

Possible side effects of peppermint oil taken orally include burning mouth, diarrhea, headache, allergic reactions, rashes, skin irritation, and inflammation of the kidney, difficulty breathing, and respiratory collapse and mouth ulcers.

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