Mentha arvensis Oil


Mentha arvensis, the corn mint, field mint, or wild mint, is a species of flowering plant in the mint family Lamiaceae. It has a circumboreal distribution, being native to the temperate regions of Europe and western and central Asia, east to the Himalaya and eastern Siberia, and North America

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Japanese mint (Mentha arvensis) popularly known as menthol mint is a source of natural menthol which is widely used in pharmaceutical and flavour industries. Xue-Qi Han et al. (1998) found variation in oil content and menthol content in micropropagated mint plants compared to control.


Mentha arvensis oil is used to treat in many stomach disorders, inflammation, and treatment of fever headache, cold and asthma. It is also good for treating toothaches and swelling of gums. Mentha arvensis also helps to alleviate arthritis. It is beneficial to relieve in insomnia and nervous tension.

Benefits of Mentha Arvensis oil

•Arvensis is an incredible appetizer, carminative, quieting and soothing home cure that is utilized in agitated stomach, heartburn, stomach throb, stomach spasms, indigestion, queasiness, retching, looseness of the bowels, hiccups, causticity, tooting, swelling, and gas issues.
•Its leaves are frequently utilized in the instances of creepy crawly chomps, rash or different responses. Topical or external application in the form of paste, ointement, salve or oil might be helpful in such sorts of occasions.
•Utilizing of its leaves may improve the body’s invulnerable framework to battle and keep from various contaminations and infections into the body.

Product Details
Botanical name Mentha Arvensis
Plant Part Leaves
Extraction Method Hydro-Distillation, Water- Steam Distillation and Steam Distillation
Country Of Origin North America, southern Africa, and Australia, 
Solubility Most fixed oils (with turbidity in mineral oil). It is partly soluble in propylene glycol and insoluble in glycerin.
Specific Gravity Between 0.888 and 0.908 (at 20 deg C)
Optical Rotation
-25 to -35 (at 20 deg C)
Refractive Index 1.455 -1.465 (at 20 deg C)
Consistency  Thin
Strength of Aroma Strong
Mixes well with Lavender, Marjoram, Rosemary, Eucalyptus, Citron and other mint species.
Common Uses Mentha Arvensis is an herb. The leaves are used to make medicine. People take wild mint tea for diarrhea and menstrual cramps. It is also used as a drying agent (astringent) and stimulant.1
Aromatic Scent strong mint scent, peppermint





It is not safe for everybody because it contains allergens & can cause food related allergic reactions
Pregnant women & nursing moms should use caution in using peanut oil
If one has the sensitive skin, one should do the patch test before applying it topically.

How to  use

Dip cotton swab in mentha arvensis oil or get a drop on your fingertip and apply it onto the affected area. This oil works beautifully as it soothes and numbs the tooth area in a few minutes. In Ayurveda, Mentha oil referred as trustable oil for health as hormone and purity.


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Safety Information

  • It is meant only for external use.
  • Do a patch skin test before applying it to your skin.
  • Dilute it before topical application.
  • Avoid direct exposure to sunlight.
  • Pregnant women should consult a doctor before using it.

Stability and Storage

It should be kept away from heat & other ignition materials. And keep it in tightly closed containers . keep container in cool & well ventilated area



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