Peppermint Essential Oil
Peppermint (Mentha piperita) has a strong, clean, fresh, minty aroma and is one of the oldest and most highly regarded herbs. Highly refreshing, Peppermint helps increase focus and provides an invigorating environment when diffused.
Features & Benefits
Cools fatigued muscles after physical activity
Produces a focused environment when diffused
Provides a refreshing experience when mixed with your favorite shampoo or when applied to skin after a warm day in the sun
Creates an invigorating and refreshing experience when inhaled
Refreshing, cool, minty, herbal aroma
Works Well With:
Diffuse Peppermint while working or around kids while doing their homework for an environment that is focused and energized.
Add Peppermint to hot bathwater and enjoy the revitalizing scent and soothing aromatic steam.
Inhale or apply it to your chest before and during a tough workout for a stimulating scent.
Apply it topically to fatigued areas following physical activity for a cooling sensation
Where to Diffuse
Put focus first in study areas with this crisp, cool aroma.
Wake up shared family spaces first thing in the morning by infusing them with this icy scent.
Refresh your cooldown space after a vigorous workout with its chilling fragrance.
Peppermint essential oil has an invigorating aroma that can help create a focused environment when diffused and can create a cooling sensation when applied topically, especially after physical activity.
Topical: Dilute 1 drop with 4 drops of V-6™ Vegetable Oil Complex or olive oil. Test on a small area of skin on the underside of your arm and apply to desired area as needed.
Aromatic: Diffuse up to 10 minutes 3 times daily.
Peppermint is originally from Europe, but 75 percent of the world’s supply is now grown in the United States. To produce one of Savour’s most popular oils, we look to several farms, including our Whispering Springs Farm in Mona, Utah. One 15-ml bottle of Peppermint essential oil is created by steam distilling 1 pound of the leaves and flowering tops of the peppermint plant.
Scientific name: Mentha piperita
Botanical family: Lamiaceae
Regions grown: North America, Mediterranean, Great Britain, India
Plant part used: Leaves and stems
Extraction method: Steam distilled
Q. What can you do if you accidentally get an Peppermint Essential Oil in your eyes?
A. If accidental eye discomfort due to essential oil application does occur, put 1-2 drops of pure vegetable oil into the eye to flush the area. You can also put 1-2 drops of pure vegetable oil on a cotton ball and wipe the eye.
Q. Is Peppermint Essential Oil high in ketones?
A. Yes, this product carried by Savour is relatively high in ketone content.
Q. How much of this product plant material does it take to create this product?
A. One 15-ml bottle of Peppermint essential oil is created by steam distilling 1 pound of the leaves and flowering tops of the peppermint plant.
Q. How is Peppermint Essential Oil distilled and what parts of the plant are used?
A. This product is extracted through steam distillation and comes from the leaves and stems of the plant.
Q. What is the level of pulegone in Peppermint and what processes are used to keep it low?
A. Less than 2%. We source true Peppermint which is naturally low in pulegone. Each batch of Peppermint undergoes a rigorous series of tests and must meet our specifications before it’s even bottled. Our Peppermint meets the ISO (International Standard Organization) standard.