100% natural
Latin name: Mentha spicata
Origin: India

External and internal use. 

Capacity: 10 ml

Chemotype: D-carvone 

What is a chemotypeIt is a form of chemical, biological and botanical classification due to the dominant chemical molecule found in the essential oil.


The essential oils of peppermint and spearmint were compared in terms of antifungal properties according to their ingredients. The study showed that green mint, due to its high carvone content, is more effective against fungi than peppermint. It can be used as a substitute for artificial preparations to combat fungi in the garden and at home, it is used as an additive to fodder and preparations for mycosis, e.g. feet.

 Also the carvone in peppermint oil is a monoterpene ketone that helps restore skin tissue. Ketones and terpenes, represented by carvone and limonene, facilitate digestion and the production of bile by the liver. 

They have a relaxing effect on the nervous system, which helps to reduce anxiety or chronic stress. In addition, they cleanse the respiratory tract, especially during a runny nose, have an expectorant effect, refresh and cleanse the skin, mainly oily and acne-prone skin. They treat ailments of the solar plexus and the urinary system. It is also found in ointments that reduce scar tissue, heal wounds, and in oral care. Its taste and aroma can be quickly associated with the chewing gum of which it is an ingredient.

Be careful when using the oil. Spearmint oil has a wide range of uses,  but in case of doubt, it is recommended to contact a specialist in order to collect personalized and secure information, tailored to your medical situation, profile and age.

The use of the oil by pregnant and breastfeeding women is strongly discouraged. 

For all skin or digestive problems previously described, dilute a drop of essential oil with four drops of vegetable oil, then apply and massage the area.

 For ENT disorders: mix with vegetable oil and rub the back and soles of the feet.
In the case of digestive disorders, it is best to consult the dosage of the oil with a  therapist or doctor.

 Wet inhalation: dilute a few drops of essential oil in a container with hot water (or in a bath), then inhale the vapors;

 Dry inhalation: put a few drops of mint oil on a tissue or applicator, then inhale occasionally. You can add a few drops to an aromatherapy fireplace, diffusers or boiling water. The smell of mint will quickly take over the space, making it easier to breathe. 


Without prior medical advice, it is not recommended for pregnant women, breastfeeding women, children, infants and people with sensitive skinAvoid contact with the eyes and mucous membranes.

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