Description: Spearmint Farwest Native essential oil is used as anesthetic among many other health benefits, uplifting of mood to alleviate fatigue is one of them. Also commonly used in skin treatment in relieving itching, healing wounds and sores. Spearmint essential oil is typically derived from the leaves of the spearmint plant (Mentha spicata) through a process called steam distillation. It has a fresh, sweet, and minty aroma. The essential oil is known for its various uses, such as promoting relaxation, easing digestive discomfort, and providing a refreshing fragrance in aromatherapy.

Botanical name : Mentha Spicata

Plant Part: Leaves

Extraction Method: Steam distilled

Odor and Appearance: Clear to pale yellow or light green

Country of origin : USA

Main Constituents: Carvone, Limonene, 1,8-Cineole (Eucalyptol), β-Caryophyllene, Linalool

Common Uses: Here are some key characteristics and uses of spearmint essential oil:

Aroma: It has a pleasant, uplifting, and less intense aroma compared to peppermint essential oil. Its fragrance is often described as sweet, minty, and herbaceous.

Aromatherapy: Spearmint oil is widely used in aromatherapy to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and uplift mood. Its refreshing scent can help soothe mental fatigue and bring about a sense of calm.

Digestive Support: Spearmint oil is believed to have digestive benefits and may help alleviate minor digestive discomfort and bloating when diluted and applied topically or used in aromatherapy.

Culinary Use: In very small amounts, spearmint essential oil can be used to flavor food and beverages. It is essential to use only food-grade spearmint oil and dilute it appropriately to avoid excessive consumption, as essential oils are highly concentrated.

Topical Application: When diluted with a suitable carrier oil, spearmint oil can be applied topically to support healthy skin and provide a cooling sensation. However, it’s essential to perform a patch test before applying it to a larger area to check for any skin sensitivities.

Insect Repellent: It is believed to possess insect-repelling properties, and some people use it as a natural insect repellent.

Note: It is classified as a top note in aromatherapy.

Blend Well With: It blends well with a variety of other essential oils, creating delightful and aromatic combinations. Essential oils that blend harmoniously with spearmint are Lavender, Eucalyptus, Lemon, Peppermint, Rosemary, Bergamot, Tea Tree, Geranium, Orange, Clary Sage.

Contraindications: It is considered safe to use. Just like many other essential oils, it is wise to use this oil after dilution with a carrier oil, as it can be sensitive and irritating to the skin. Before you use on your skin, it is advisable that you conduct a patch test before making it a routine.

Do not use internally, unless directed by a physician. For pregnant women and nursing mothers, it is safe to consult first with your physician before using oil. Do not use on broken skin or on abrasions.

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