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Peppermint oil
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qingdao
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Place of Origin:
China
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200 carton per month
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  • SPECIFICATION
    100mg/ml  50ml
  • PACKAGING
    120bottles 47×28.8×19 16kg
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Peppermint essential oil is a component extracted from peppermint through water distillation or subcritical low-temperature extraction.

Fresh leaves contain 0.8-1% volatile oil, and dry stems and leaves contain 1.3-2%. The main component of the oil is menthol (Menthol), the content is about 77~78%, followed by Menthone (Menthone), the content is 8~12%, and it also contains Menthyl acetate, Camphene, and Limonene. (Limonene), Isomenthone, Pinene, Menthenone, Resin and a small amount of tannins, Rosmarinic acid 

 

Peppermint oil has a special aroma, pungency and cooling sensation. It is mainly used for flavoring toothpaste, food, tobacco, alcohol, refreshing drinks, cosmetics, and soap; widely used in medicine to drive wind, antiseptic, Anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antipruritic, stomachic and other medicines. The whole herb is used as medicine, pungent and cold. Return to the lung and liver meridian, it has the effects of dispersing wind and heat, clearing the throat, clearing rash and detoxification, soothing the liver and relieving depression and relieving itching. Skin itching, colic, dysentery and scrofula. External use has a slight analgesic effect. It is used for neuralgia. 

 

Oral use of peppermint oil stimulates the central nervous system, expands skin capillaries, promotes sweat gland secretion, increases heat dissipation, and has a sweating and antipyretic effect; peppermint oil can inhibit the contraction of gastrointestinal smooth muscles, and can resist choline acetate and present an antispasmodic effect; Peppermint oil can promote the secretion of respiratory tract glands and have a therapeutic effect on respiratory tract inflammation; in vitro test peppermint decoction has an inhibitory effect on herpes simplex virus, forest virus, mumps virus, and has an inhibitory effect on Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus albicans and A Type Streptococcus, Type B Streptococcus, Catacoccus, Enteritidis, Shigella flexneri, Bacillus anthracis, Diphtheria, Typhoid, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Escherichia coli, etc. have antibacterial effects; peppermint oil for external use can stimulate nerve endings The cold receptors produce cold sensation, and reflexively cause changes in blood vessels in deep tissues to reduce inflammation, pain and itching. 

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