Country of Origin
Color & Odor
|:||Colourless to pale yellow free flowing liquid with Cold Mint odor.|
|:||Insoluble in Water. Soluble in Alcohol and oils|
|:||0.8960 – 0.9080 @ 20°C|
|:||-18° to -35° @ 23°C|
|:||1.4520 – 1.4710 @ 21.9°C|
Plant Part Used
DESCRIPTION:Peppermint Oil is extracted from different classes of mentha arvensis plant which is basically a type of herb having long life span. Peppermint plant is notable for its purple flowers having pointed shape and toothed leaves. The extracted oil is procured from fresh leaves of this plant. Also referred as Japanese Peppermint, this menthol enriched oil has refreshing and soothing smell
CONSTITUENTS:The derived Peppermint oil is loaded with compounds like trans-sabinene hydrate, isomenthone, b-pinene, methofuran. a-pinene, 1,8-cineole, menthone, pulegon, menthol, germacrene-d, methyl acetate and limonene.
AROMATIC SUMMARY / NOTE / STRENGTH OF AROMA:Top note fragrance of this oil has strong and powerful smell for the presence of high amount of menthol in it. The pleasant mint smell of this Peppermint oil is one of its main characteristics.
BLENDS WITH:Peppermint Oil can be integrated with other aromatic oils like marjoram, cedar wood, lemon, bergamot, Basil, spearmint, niaouli, rosemary, pine, lime, cajeput, thyme, mandarin and eucalyptus.
COMMON NAMES:This aromatic peppermint essential oil is popularly referred as balm mint and brandy mint.
USES:This aromatic oil is widely used in beverage and food processing units. Its skin application provides a cooling sensation due to its menthol rich content. Its application can also be noticed in hare care and skin care products. The astringent attributes of this Peppermint Oil is used to treat sore joints and injuries. The enchanting smell of peppermint oil is used to produce aromatic candle and soap.