An aromatic and pungent plant of the genus Mentha (Mentha piperita), much used in medicine and confectionery.
A volatile oil (oil of peppermint) distilled from the fresh herb; also, a well-known essence or spirit (essence of peppermint) obtained from it.
A lozenge of sugar flavored with peppermint.
It stimulates, refreshes, cools, restores and uplifts mind and body. Add to a massage blend for the digestive system. Excellent for refreshing tired head and feet. Caution: Avoid in pregnancy and lactation.
(USA) - Steam distilled from the whole plant and having a rich candy-cane like aroma. Peppermint has long been grown in the Midwest USA and is some the highest quality in the world. Traditionally used for asthma, bronchitis, flavorings, and for migrane headaches. Reputed to be analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and anitviral.
(Mentha piperita) This herb has a very minty, fresh, clean and hot scent to it and is only one of the 30 species of mint. Its origin is a bit of a mystery and only became popular in Western Europe in the 18th century. Highly valued by the early Greeks and Romans, it has also been found inside Egyptian pyramids dating as early as 1000 BC. It is a sedative and benefits nervous disorders and helps to relieve headaches. It also can improve mouth conditions such as swollen gums and toothaches. Peppermint tea helps with indigestion and is known for its therapeutic values relieving colic, flatulence and bloating. Peppermint is a stimulant, antiseptic, aphrodisiac, tonic, restorative and carminative type of herb.
Strong, minty and herbaceous. Refreshing and tingling sensation. Benefits: Aids in digestion.
Latin name: Mentha piperita. Family name: Labiatae. Peppermint oil is distilled from the leaves and flowering tops of the plant and is grown in the US. It has a sweet, mint aroma. Herbalists in ancient Greece and Rome used peppermint for nearly every ailment. Some traditional uses: for energy, and brighter mood, reducing pain, to help breathing, decongestant, improve mental clarity and memory. Peppermint may irritate sensitive skin and should be avoided during pregnancy. Emotional profile: for shock, overwork, apathy, helplessness. Blends with: rosemary, eucalyptus, lemon, marjoram, and lavender. Wake Up!!! bar, Respiration Remedy products, Mint Tingle bar
Mentha piperita Peppermint has a variety of benefits for the mind and body. For the body, it is cooling, relieves pain, reduces inflammation, helps breathing, soothes itchy skin, and much more. For the mind, it is known to be uplifting, improve clarity, sharpen the senses and is energizing and reviving. Products Found In: Morning Mint Soap, Foot Rescue Balm, Muscle / Joint Balm, Muscle Rescue Bath Salts, Minty Lip Rescue Balm, Rosemary Circulation Soap.
(Herbal) Emolient herb that is astringent, stimulating, cleansing, restorative and healing.
herb with downy leaves and small purple or white flowers that yields a pungent oil used as a flavoring
a candy flavored with peppermint oil
A perennial herb. Properties: Analgesic, anaesthetic, antiphlogistic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, astringent, cephalic, cholagogue, cordial, decongestant, expectorant, febrifuge, hepatic, nervine, stimulant, Stomachic, sudorific, vasoconstrictor.
(Mentha piperita) Stimulant Action: Muscle Relaxant The oil is derived by distillation of the leaves and flowering tops of the plant. The principal constituents are menthol (30-70%), terpenes (limonene, etc.), menthone and tannin. This well known scent has powerful psychological effects, namely stimulating and refreshing the central nervous system. It is therefore an excellant oil for fatigue and emotional stress. Other uses for the oil include as a weak antiseptic, as a mosquito repellent, to relieve toothaches and migraine headaches and as a mouthwash and in toothpaste's.
A stimulating oil and antidepressant. The scent is fresh and minty blending with rosemary, lavender, lemon and eucalyptus.
Topical aromatic agent, contains menthol, helps with aches; internally, relieves indigestion
A peppery, spicy, aromatic, refreshing mint used to flavor candies and baked foods.
An herb and member of the mint family (Mentha piperita); has thin stiff, pointed bright green, purple-tinged leaves and a pungent, menthol flavor; used as a flavoring and garnish.
cools the skin, relieves headaches, calms throat muscles to ease coughing and acts as a decongestant and expectorant with anti-viral properties.
A piercing menthol fragrance that is stimulating and penetrating. Clears the head and soothes the emotions.
A part of the LevensESSENTIE 23 herb extract. Purifies with antiseptic, anti-inflammatory characteristics that cools and soothes.
A popular aromatic herb containing menthol. Herbalists recommend peppermint internally as a digestive aid and treatment for motion sickness, dizziness, diarrhea, morning sickness, colds, cough, flu, headache, fever and insomnia.
( Mentha piperita) Used by the ancient Greeks and Romans to flavor sauces and wines, today peppermint lends its flavor to our Comforting Tea Bags. Its cool, minty oil also adds refreshing aroma and a tingling sensation to our PeppymintTM and Aveda lip colors.
Emollient herb that is astringent, stimulating, cleansing, restorative and healing.
(Mentha x piperita L.). Indigestion, colic, intestinal ailments, ointment.
A plant that has been used in traditional medicine in many parts of the world to relieve indigestion, cough, sore throat, headache, abdominal cramping, and gas. Also called brandy mint, lamb mint, and lammint. Latin name: Mentha piperita.