WARNING This oil is NOT meant to refill Corked electronic diffusers. Applying any essential oils dermally or topically should only be done with a diluted solution using a carrier oil. Do not apply essential oils straight to the skin without diluting them or contacting a physician for advice.

peppermint essential oil $19

Mentha piperita

Peppermint is one of the few “hybrid” plants that has become a staple in our society - it’s a crossbreed of two plants: Mentha viridis and Mentha aquatica! The plant itself has green serrated leaves and purple to reddish-violet stems and flowers. It stands up to 1 meter high and has a root system that’s equally large. Historically, Peppermint has been used by cultures spanning the globe for indigestion, nausea, sore throat, diarrhea, headaches, toothaches, and cramps - as well as several other remedies!

Origin: India

Method: Steam Distilled

Plant part: Leaf

Amount: 10mL (0.32 fl. oz.)

Therapeutic/Home uses for Peppermint essential oil:

  • Skin Care: Peppermint oil has been used for acne, dermatitis, ringworm, and aching teeth and gums.
  • Muscle and Joint Pain: Commonly employed to combat the pain associated with arthritis and neuralgia.
  • Respiratory Conditions: Can be very effective as an expectorant - relieving congestion associated with asthma, bronchitis, sinusitis, spasmodic cough, and other head cold-related symptoms.
  • Digestive Issues: Arguably the most effective use of Peppermint essential oil, it can help to rid the stomach of cramps, flatulence, and nausea.
  • Immune System: Helps fight the symptoms of Colds, ‘flu, and fevers.
  • Nervous System: Can assist in addressing headaches, mental fatigue, migraine, nervous stress, and vertigo.

Other uses for Peppermint essential oil:

Peppermint essential oil is commonly used as a flavoring agent in pharmaceuticals like cough, cold, and digestive remedies. In addition, it’s used as a flavoring in many foods, especially candies and chewing gums, alcoholic and soft drinks, as well as tobacco. It’s also used often in soaps, toothpaste, detergents, cosmetics, colognes, and perfumes.

Safety information regarding Peppermint essential oil:

Peppermint oil is virtually non-toxic and non-irritant, however, it can cause sensitivities on the skin if used dermally and in concentration form.

WARNING This oil is NOT meant to refill Corked electronic diffusers. Applying any essential oils dermally or topically should only be done with a diluted solution using a carrier oil. Do not apply essential oils straight to the skin without diluting them or contacting a physician for advice.



Mentha piperita

Peppermint is one of the few “hybrid” plants that has become a staple in our society - it’s a crossbreed of two plants: Mentha viridis and Mentha aquatica! The plant itself has green serrated leaves and purple to reddish-violet stems and flowers. It stands up to 1 meter high and has a root system that’s equally large. Historically, Peppermint has been used by cultures spanning the globe for indigestion, nausea, sore throat, diarrhea, headaches, toothaches, and cramps - as well as several other remedies!

Origin: India

Method: Steam Distilled

Plant part: Leaf

Amount: 10mL (0.32 fl. oz.)

Therapeutic/Home uses for Peppermint essential oil:

  • Skin Care: Peppermint oil has been used for acne, dermatitis, ringworm, and aching teeth and gums.
  • Muscle and Joint Pain: Commonly employed to combat the pain associated with arthritis and neuralgia.
  • Respiratory Conditions: Can be very effective as an expectorant - relieving congestion associated with asthma, bronchitis, sinusitis, spasmodic cough, and other head cold-related symptoms.
  • Digestive Issues: Arguably the most effective use of Peppermint essential oil, it can help to rid the stomach of cramps, flatulence, and nausea.
  • Immune System: Helps fight the symptoms of Colds, ‘flu, and fevers.
  • Nervous System: Can assist in addressing headaches, mental fatigue, migraine, nervous stress, and vertigo.

Other uses for Peppermint essential oil:

Peppermint essential oil is commonly used as a flavoring agent in pharmaceuticals like cough, cold, and digestive remedies. In addition, it’s used as a flavoring in many foods, especially candies and chewing gums, alcoholic and soft drinks, as well as tobacco. It’s also used often in soaps, toothpaste, detergents, cosmetics, colognes, and perfumes.

Safety information regarding Peppermint essential oil:

Peppermint oil is virtually non-toxic and non-irritant, however, it can cause sensitivities on the skin if used dermally and in concentration form.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.