Pure Essential Oil(Mentha piperita)Peppermint oil 50%

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US $5-13 / Kilogram | 180 Kilogram/Kilograms (Min. Order)
Supply Ability:
200 Ton/Tons per Year for Peppermint oil 50%
Port:
Shanghai port
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Overview
Quick Details
Supply Type:
OBM (Original Brand Manufacturing)
Brand Name:
Haibei
Available Quantity:
20000kilos
Certification:
FDA, GMP, MSDS, ISO.COA.kosher.halal
Type:
Pure Essential Oil, Professional manufacturer&supplier
Raw Material:
Leaves
Ingredient:
Peppermint
Place of Origin:
Anhui, China (Mainland)
Model Number:
HB-E048
Product name:
Peppermint oil 50%
Appearance:
Colorless to pale yellow clear liquid
Odor:
Clean peppermint minty pungent
Extract:
extracted from Mentha piperita of the Labiatae family
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
In galvanized iron drums, net weight 180 kilos
Delivery Time
Prompt delivery

Daily flavor Peppermint oil 50%
Ref No.: HB-E048 
Synonyms:  -
Molecular Formula: -  
Molecular Weight: 0
CAS No.:8006-90-4
Einecs No.:308-770-2
FDA:182.20
CoE:282

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
 Appearance:Colorless to pale yellow clear liquid
 Odor:Clean peppermint minty pungent

PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Content by GC(Menthol) : ≥50%
Refractive index @20°C: 1.459 ~ 1.465
Specific gravity @25°C: 0.896 ~ 0.908
Typical rotation @20°C: -32°~ -18°

STORAGE AND PACKING
Standard packing:In galvanized iron drums, net weight 180 kilos.
Storage:At cool place in tightly sealed original containers.

 

Oil properties

Peppermint oil has a fresh, sharp, menthol smell, is clear to pale yellow in color and watery in viscosity.

Origin of peppermint oil

It is a native of the Mediterranean, but is now also cultivated in Italy, USA, Japan and Great Britain. It is a perennial herb that grows up to 1 meter (3 feet) high and has slightly hairy serrated leaves with pinkish-mauve flowers arranged in a long conical shape.

It has underground runners by which it easily propagates. This herb has many species, and peppermint piperita is a hybrid of watermint (M. aquatica) and spearmint (M. spicata).

According to Greek mythology the nymph Mentha was hotly pursued by Pluto, whose jealous wife Persephone, trod her ferociously into the ground, whereupon Pluto then turned her into a herb, knowing that people would appreciate her for years to come.

It has been cultivated since ancient times in Japan and China. Evidence of use was found in Egypt in a tomb dating back from 1000 BC.

Extraction

Peppermint oil is extracted from the whole plant above ground just before flowering. The oil is extracted by steam distillation from the fresh or partly dried plant and the yield is 0.1 - 1.0 %.

Chemical composition

The chemical components of peppermint oil are menthol, menthone, 1,8-cineole, methyl acetate, methofuran, isomenthone, limonene, b-pinene, a-pinene, germacrene-d, trans-sabinene hydrate and pulegone.

Precautions

Peppermint oil is non-toxic and non-irritant in low dilutions, but sensitization may be a problem due to the menthol content.

It can cause irritation to the skin and mucus membranes and should be kept well away from the eyes. It should be avoided during pregnancy and should not be used on children under seven.

Therapeutic properties

The therapeutic properties of peppermint oil are analgesic, anesthetic, antiseptic, antigalactagogue, antiphlogistic, antispasmodic, astringent, carminative, cephalic, cholagogue, cordial, decongestant, emmenagogue, expectorant, febrifuge, hepatic, nervine, stimulant, stomachic, sudorific, vasoconstrictor and vermifuge.

 

Uses

Peppermint oil is excellent for mental fatigue and depression, refreshing the spirit and stimulating mental agility and improving concentration. It helps for apathy, shock, headache, migraine, nervous stress, vertigo and faintness and in general respiratory disorders, as well as dry coughs, sinus congestion, asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia, tuberculosis and cholera.

For the digestive system, peppermint oil is effective for a range of ailments, as it stimulates the gall bladder and the secretion of bile. It is used for colic, cramps, dyspepsia, spastic colon, flatulence and nausea and can relieve pain in cases of toothache, aching feet, rheumatism, neuralgia, muscular pains and painful periods.

On the skin, peppermint oil is used to relieve skin irritation and itchiness and also helps to reduce skin redness, where inflammation is present. It is used for dermatitis, acne, ringworm, scabies and pruritus and also relieves itching, sunburn and inflammation of the skin, while at the same time having a cooling action.