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- Wenatchee Spearmint Essential Oil Mentha spicata
Wenatchee Spearmint Essential Oil Mentha spicata
Spearmint oil has strong, uplifting menthol aroma quite different than more widely used peppermint. Spearmint leaves are sharply pointed like its name “spicata” the spike. Both spearmint and peppermint contain natural menthol that promotes clear thinking by relieving stress, muscle tension and fatigue.
The roots of Wenatchee Spearmint Essential Oil grow in the rich soil of Washington State (where we live). In Washington State the scent of peppermint and spearmint can ride on the warm breeze all the way to the highway from the greens fields of herbs.
A soft tingling whiff can transport you to the low rolling hills of the Palouse in the summertime. Wenatchee Spearmint Essential Oil smells as sweet as spearmint chewing gum and freshens breathe even better.
Wenatchee Spearmint Essential Oil
· Botanical plant name: Mentha spicata
· Grown: United States, Washington State
· Bugs hates it – kids love it
Spearmint is more gentle to the skin than Peppermint because it contains less menthol in its aromatic makeup. The Elves say spearmint smells like chewing-gum and peppermint like candy-canes. Try adding two drops to a small glass of water for a wonderfully fresh mouth wash. A single drop on the tongue will also do the trick.
Product Detail: your choice of either a 3.5-ml square glass bottle or 10-ml of pure essential oil in a blue glass bottle with a drip-top applicator.