Organic Peppermint Essential Oil

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Size: 10 mL

Organic Peppermint Essential Oil: Uses, Benefits, and Blends

If you’ve never experienced the tingling sensation of organic peppermint essential oil, get ready to be invigorated. The menthol in peppermint offers a unique cooling sensation that will leave your senses feeling alive. This same cooling sensation can also work as an analgesic, helping to combat pain from sore muscles and headaches. Try adding a burst of peppermint oil to your daily routine to start the day refreshed and energized.

Organic Peppermint Essential Oil Product Details

You are likely very familiar with the herb peppermint, but did you know it was a hybrid? Yep! Peppermint is a cross between two other plants in the Lamiaceae family (the mint family): spearmint and water mint! As a hybrid, peppermint is considered to be a sterile plant, which means it does not spread seeds. Instead, it grows new plants off of different parts of the old plant. This organic peppermint essential oil is made up of 35.5% menthol, which offers a pain-numbing, cooling effect. In traditional medicine, peppermint oil is often in use to help with pain relief from headaches, sore muscles, and other minor ailments. It is also popular with organic gardeners, as the menthol can help to repel rodents, wasps, and other uninvited guests. 

Organic Peppermint Essential Oil Benefits: Component Breakdown

  • L-Menthol (35.5%): Menthol occurs naturally in plants of the mint family, or it can also be produced synthetically. In medicine, it is considered to be a local anesthetic, as well as an anti-irritant. It also is what gives peppermint its traditional peppermint taste and aroma, which is why you will also see menthol in use as a flavoring agent in many different foods, products, and beverages.
  • Menthofuran (3.6%): Menthofuran is an organic plant compound, classified as a monoterpenoid.

Organic Peppermint Essential Oil Uses: For Wholesale Purposes


If you suffer from regular migraines or headaches, organic peppermint essential oil can be a great alternative to your usual painkillers. The menthol in peppermint acts as an analgesic, helping to numb pain. The easiest way to apply it is through an ointment or roller bottle. Keep reading for an easy DIY rollerball blend to get quick relief from head pain!

Peppermint Essential Oil for Scalp & Hair 

Organic peppermint essential oil acts as a vasodilator, due to the presence of menthol. This means it helps to promote blood flow, increasing circulation. Using diluted peppermint oil on your scalp can help get blood, oxygen, and nutrients to the hair follicles, making them bigger and stronger. This leads to faster-growing, thicker, longer hair. As peppermint is also an antifungal, it can also help to prevent issues such as dandruff and itching on your scalp. 

Soap Making 

Organic Peppermint Essential Oil Soap Making

Adding organic peppermint essential oil to your soap or shower gels can offer a delicious kick to start your morning. The cooling, tingling sensation of menthol will awake all your senses, and the antibacterial properties of peppermint will leave you feeling fresh and clean. The aroma is minty and bright, creating soaps that are great for both men and women.

DIY Organic Peppermint Essential Oil Headache Relief Rollerball

For this easy to make blend you will need the following materials:

Add the essential oils to the rollerball, and then top up with the carrier oil of your choice. Tip it back and forth and shake a few times to thoroughly combine, then roll onto temples, back of the neck, or wherever you need relief. As the menthol offers a cooling sensation be careful not to apply to near the eyes, as it can cause burning.

Organic Peppermint Essential Oil Blends: Best Suitable Oils

Peppermint blends well with lavender, rosemary, thyme, and citrus oils such as lemon, lime, and grapefruit. You can also pair it with more woodsy essential oils, such as balsam fir or cedarwood, for a more masculine effect. 


Though there are specific peppermint capsules that are intended to take orally, organic peppermint essential oil should not be ingested. This is because of its high concentration. Certain ingredients in peppermint oil are highly toxic to pets and should be kept out of the way of them as well as small children. If you wish to use peppermint oil topically, ensure that you follow correct dilution guidelines to ensure no skin irritation or reaction. 


With its fresh, invigorating aroma, organic peppermint essential oil is great for DIY hygiene products like soaps and shower gels. Furthermore, its analgesic properties make it great for fast relief of headache and muscle pain when diluted and applied topically. As with any essential oil, always take care to never ingest or get it near your eyes, and keep away from small children and pets.

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Julie A.
United States United States

Smells like a candy cane

I received my peppermint oil today and I have been suffering from a pinched nerve in my right shoulder between my shoulder and my neck I mixed the oil with some almond oil and worked it into my shoulder and it's the first time in a month that I have had no pain in the shoulder I am extremely excited and I'm very happy that this is helping. I always enjoy the diffusers and mixing the oils and all the fun part of it but there's also medicinal values I can't believe how great my shoulder feels thank you so much

R B.
United States United States


Overall experience was amazing. The product arrived in great timing and pack was excellent. This is the best organic peppermint oil that I have tried and I've tried many. Thanks for producing a wonderful product

April R.

Works very well

This works very well for what we are using it for.

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