Origin: India / Paraguay
Part of plant: aerial parts
Chemotype: menthol, menthone, isomenthone
Wild mint is rich in menthol and is mainly used to facilitate breathing and to clear the nose (through inhalation). Like peppermint, wild mint also stimulates the digestion and reduces a bloated feeling after meals.
Essential oils are the aromatic and volatile components of plants, flowers and fruits. Physalis essential oils are botanically and biochemically defined. Not chemically processed, not modified, not cut, not rectified, not reconstituted.
Ingredients: Mentha arvensis*. *organic culture
|Composition per 4 drops|
Oral: twice daily 1 to 2 drops. To be taken diluted in a tablespoon of honey or vegetable oil (e.g. olive oil).
Skin: massage, bath: 5 to 10 drops per 10 ml of vegetable oil.
Contains naturally: d-limonene
Diffusion: 5 to 10 drops according to your personal preference and the size of the room.
Safe use: read carefully the package leaflet!
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