Corn Mint (Wild Mint) Oil

Mentha arvensis
25 reviews
$16.00 AUD
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Description
Fresh, minty, and energizing, corn mint essential oil is easily recognizable as a member of the mint family. Its refreshing aroma can awaken the senses, sharpen focus, and spark optimism. Corn mint oil has a cooling touch in blends for muscles, joints, and the belly. Our organically crafted corn mint essential oil is steam distilled from the leaves of plants (also called wild mint) in the forests of Nepal and India. If it solidifies in the cold (due to the menthol), place the bottle in a shallow bowl of warm water.
Suggested Uses

Relieve - Soreness

Soothe discomfort with corn mint in a cooling muscle massage oil!

Energy - Energizing

Diffuse corn mint in the morning to feel energized, alert, and optimistic about the day.

Digest - Bloating

Inhale corn mint essential oil to support your belly. It can help release feelings of pressure.

Product Properties
Country

India

Plant Part

Leaves

Cultivation

Organically Grown

Chemical Families

Monoterpenols

Botanical Families

Lamiaceae

Extraction Method

Steam Distilled

Therapeutic Properties

Analgesic

Antispasmodic

Carminative

Antibacterial

Antioxidant

Notes

Middle-top

Aromas

Fresh

Minty

Safety & Shelf Life

Shelf Life

5 years

Safety & Warnings

Oils containing significant amounts of Menthol should be avoided with anticoagulant drugs such as Warfarin (coumadin). Do not use this oil with children under 10 years old. Menthol can not be metabolized by people with a C6PD deficiency (a red blood cell enzyme deficiency). This does not seem to concern the diluted use of peppermint essential oil on the skin as the warnings are for internal use. Do not use with calcium channel blockers. Do not use high menthol oil with cholecystitis (inflammation of the gallbladder). Skin irritant

GCMS Data

All essential oils at Aromatics International are GC/MS tested. This ensures that we sell oils with the highest possible integrity for therapeutic use. Learn more about GC/MS reports here.

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A Passion for Aromatherapy

Aromatics International would not be what it is today without your shared belief in what we do, what we stand for, and how we conduct our aromatherapy practice.

I embarked on my journey to source pesticide-free, sustainable products from small-scale farmers and a major criteria of mine is that everything I source is both aromatically vibrant and also therapeatically effective. I love sharing what I find in this world with others. I am constantly blown away by the positive response I receive from all of you. I thank all of you for your strong support throughout the years and am continually inspired by the warm words you share with me. It truly keeps me going.

Love, Karen

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WB
09/10/2022
Wendy B.
United States

Very minty!

Strong minty freshness! It has a slightly softer mintyness but just as strong as peppermint!

  • How long have you been using essential oils? 5 years
DL
04/28/2022
Deb L.
United States United States

Corn mint

Wow!! Just love using this in a muscle massage. I have ms and it really seems to calm my muscle spasms.

MA
04/14/2022
Mike A.
United States United States

Peppermint on steroids! LOL!

WOW! I bought this for the high menthol content (much higher than peppermint. So much so, that when refrigerated, corn mint will gel up or solidify. Once it warms up its fine, but what a fun bit of info!). This is currently a new mint addition to my smelly family and I plan on keeping it! Word to the wise from an aromatherapist in training: due to the high menthol, please be extra cautious about getting this oil on your skin undiluted and PLEASE keep it out of your bathtub!

JH
03/18/2022
Janice H.
United States United States

Corn Mint

Love the scent of this oil! I use in allergy and cold blends in diffuser and in bath salts. So glad I decided to get it. Will order more.

MA
02/24/2022
Mike A.
United States United States

Goodbye peppermint, hello corn mint!

I am a current ACP student. I was playing around with the “chemical component” slider bar option for menthol and I saw that corn mint has more menthol than peppermint…so I had to order some…this stuff is peppermint on steriods! Good golly molly! I am seriously considering replacing my peppermint oil with corn oil…mmmmm!!! People please…peppermint lovers…BUY THIS!

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