Peppermint Artisan Hydrosol

Mentha x piperita

Our organically grown peppermint artisan hydrosol is steam distilled from the aromatic leaves of Mentha x piperita plants harvested locally in Montana’s beautiful Bitterroot Valley. This hydrosol’s aroma is fresh, minty, and super energizing. Peppermint is known for helping calm digestive issues and for having anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and cooling properties. It is very stimulating to both body and mind. Peppermint may also have immune stimulating effects, as well.

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Benefits and uses

Peppermint hydrosol is perfect for making a mentally stimulating and energizing “wake-up” water. Drink it in the morning to get your whole body going, including the bowels. Used as a tonic for helping to reduce nausea, it may also be useful for reducing gas as it contains carminative properties. Some have even had success using peppermint to help ease symptoms of Crohn’s disease, colitis, and irritable bowel syndrome.

Peppermint’s analgesic and cooling properties can help relieve pain from minor cuts and wounds. Try combining peppermint hydrosol with helichrysum hydrosol or lavender hydrosol for a useful pain reducing treatment for various injuries. Peppermint can also act as an expectorant and decongestant, making it helpful in lung issues.

Try spraying this delightful peppermint artisan hydrosol on the back of your neck and your head and chest for a refreshing, stimulating pick-me-up. Our distiller tells us that peppermint hydrosol even makes an excellent insect repellent!



Plant Part
  • Aerial
Organically Grown
Botanical Family
  • Lamiaceae
Extraction Methods
Steam Distilled
Extraction Date
September 2017
  • Middle-top
Chemical Families
  • Ketones
  • Monoterpenols
  • Fresh
  • Minty
  • Sweet
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  • Catty, Suzanne. Hydrosols, The Next Aromatherapy. Vermont: Healing Arts Press. 2001
  • Price, Len and Shirely Price. Understanding Hydrolats: The Specific Hydrosols for Aromatherapy. London: Churchill Livingston. 2004
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Safety & Warnings

Susaznne Catty recommends avoiding in children under 3 years old.

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