Spearmint Oil

Mentha spicata
100% pure essential oil

$14.90

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benefits

Don't you just love the cool, invigorating scent that spearmint oil imparts to whatever it is added to? If you love the cooling, minty taste in your toothpaste or candy, then you are already familiar with the taste and smell of spearmint oil! Spearmint oil is widely used in gums, candies, and dental products for its minty taste, and to promote fresh breath. It is also used for its various digestive benefits. I love mint candies, but I hate the store-bought kind with its excess sugar and artificial flavouring. Instead, make your own mint candies with spearmint essential oil. Best of all? Ollie's Spearmint Oil is child-safe, so you can even rope in your kids for a fun candy making session! I am all for DIY and my blog (coming soon) contains great recipes for you to make full use of your bottle of Ollie's Spearmint oil. Spearmint oil's antibacterial properties and minty scent is great for making your own mouthwashes, toothpaste, and cleansing toners.

How to Use

Spearmint oil has antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and cooling properties. Itchy scalp anyone? Try using a few drops into your shampoo for an invigorating and refreshing scalp treatment. Plus it'll make your hair smell great! Use it to make antimicrobial wipes to protect your family against nasty germs. We can't say enough as to how awesomely gentle spearmint is for kids - be it for topical use or diffusing. It works well as a decongestant for kids, who are otherwise sensitive to stronger oils. It can also be diffused in your child's room to help give them a boost in concentration while studying. Hot weather got you feeling lethargic? Try adding a few drops of spearmint oil to your body wash and add it to your bath for a tingly cool bath. Sounds awesome for our humid Singapore weather! Plus its antimicrobial properties help fight heat rashes and fungal skin infections that are so common in the tropics. We at Ollie love Spearmint Oil for multipurpose uses. I have dedicated a whole article (coming soon) exploring spearmint oil's wide-ranging uses and how you can make the best use of it. SPEARMINT OIL DIFFUSER BLEND 1 drop spearmint oil 3 drops himalayan lavender essential oil 3 drops lemon essential oil

Sourced from

Spearmint oil is steam distilled from the leaves of the Mentha Spicata plant. Grown widely and natively in Northern India, our spearmint oil comes from farms that specialize in growing high-quality spearmint plants. Every bottle of Ollie's Spearmint oil is steam distilled for 100% pure essential oil and every bottle is thoroughly checked for quality before it is sold to you.

Caution

We highly recommend doing a patch test before using any essential oil as they can cause skin sensitivity. Always dilute with a carrier oil when using topically. Spearmint oils pair well with Olive Oil, Almond Oil, or Coconut Oil. Pregnant women should refrain from using Spearmint essential oil as the emmenagogue properties (menstrual flow stimulating) may cause miscarriage. Although Ollie's spearmint essential oil is edible, I urge you to consume it sparingly! Remember, it takes kilos of leaves to make each bottle of spearmint oil, so each drop is highly concentrated!

Don't you just love the cool, invigorating scent that spearmint oil imparts to whatever it is added to? If you love the cooling, minty taste in your toothpaste or candy, then you are already familiar with the taste and smell of spearmint oil! Spearmint oil is widely used in gums, candies, and dental products for its minty taste, and to promote fresh breath. It is also used for its various digestive benefits. I love mint candies, but I hate the store-bought kind with its excess sugar and artificial flavouring. Instead, make your own mint candies with spearmint essential oil. Best of all? Ollie's Spearmint Oil is child-safe, so you can even rope in your kids for a fun candy making session! I am all for DIY and my blog (coming soon) contains great recipes for you to make full use of your bottle of Ollie's Spearmint oil. Spearmint oil's antibacterial properties and minty scent is great for making your own mouthwashes, toothpaste, and cleansing toners.
Spearmint oil has antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and cooling properties. Itchy scalp anyone? Try using a few drops into your shampoo for an invigorating and refreshing scalp treatment. Plus it'll make your hair smell great! Use it to make antimicrobial wipes to protect your family against nasty germs. We can't say enough as to how awesomely gentle spearmint is for kids - be it for topical use or diffusing. It works well as a decongestant for kids, who are otherwise sensitive to stronger oils. It can also be diffused in your child's room to help give them a boost in concentration while studying. Hot weather got you feeling lethargic? Try adding a few drops of spearmint oil to your body wash and add it to your bath for a tingly cool bath. Sounds awesome for our humid Singapore weather! Plus its antimicrobial properties help fight heat rashes and fungal skin infections that are so common in the tropics. We at Ollie love Spearmint Oil for multipurpose uses. I have dedicated a whole article (coming soon) exploring spearmint oil's wide-ranging uses and how you can make the best use of it. SPEARMINT OIL DIFFUSER BLEND 1 drop spearmint oil 3 drops himalayan lavender essential oil 3 drops lemon essential oil
Spearmint oil is steam distilled from the leaves of the Mentha Spicata plant. Grown widely and natively in Northern India, our spearmint oil comes from farms that specialize in growing high-quality spearmint plants. Every bottle of Ollie's Spearmint oil is steam distilled for 100% pure essential oil and every bottle is thoroughly checked for quality before it is sold to you.
We highly recommend doing a patch test before using any essential oil as they can cause skin sensitivity. Always dilute with a carrier oil when using topically. Spearmint oils pair well with Olive Oil, Almond Oil, or Coconut Oil. Pregnant women should refrain from using Spearmint essential oil as the emmenagogue properties (menstrual flow stimulating) may cause miscarriage. Although Ollie's spearmint essential oil is edible, I urge you to consume it sparingly! Remember, it takes kilos of leaves to make each bottle of spearmint oil, so each drop is highly concentrated!

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