Botanical name: MenthaSpicata.
Spearmint oil is obtained from flowering tops of spearmint plant; it is inhabitant to much of Europe and Asia, and naturalized in parts of northern and western Africa, North America, and South America, as well as different oceanic islands. Spearmint oil showed probable for antifungal movement against food poisoning pathogensand had no proof of mutagenicity in the Ames test. Continue reading
Indian Piperita oil is also known as peppermint oil. Piperita Oil used in various items or products such as cosmetics, perfumes, chewing gums, tooth pastes, ointments, lotions, analgesic balms, creams, etc. It is also known for its Therapeutic qualities for centuries, it is very effective in digestive issues and pain relief. Continue reading
Mentha citrata oil is obtained from the Mentha leaves. It is also called by the name of Mentha citrata herb extract and originates in Central and Southern Europe. It is colorless to yellowish clear liquid; the oil is made using steam distillation process and plays active role in flavor, food, perfumery Industries. Continue reading
Botanical Name: Mentha Arvensis.
It is well known for reliving and refreshing effects due to its powerful mint fragrance. It is widely used as raw material of pharmaceutical products. It is also blends well with many oils and alcohols. It helps to relief in minor mouth or throat irritation, muscle aches and similar conditions. Continue reading
Dementholised mint oil is obtained from the mentha oil. Mentha oil is process from the mentha leaves. It is native to Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa and North America. The range of the color of leaves is dark green and gray green to purple and sometimes pale yellow. Continue reading
Peppermint oil is derived from the leaves of mentha Piperita by steam distillation of leaves and flowers. Peppermint oil is commonly used as flavoring in foods and beverages, as a fragrance in soaps, formulation of shampoo & conditioners and cosmetics. Piperita is important in Ayurveda and it has also a long tradition of medicinal use. Continue reading