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LCA Field Mint Essential Oil

LCA Field Mint Essential Oil

Brand : LCA Aroma LCA Aroma
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What is LCA Field Mint Essential Oil 10 ml used for?

This essential oil may be indicated in cases of:

  • Various infections, mainly intestinal (gastroenteritis, food poisoning),
  • headaches, migraines,
  • pain (blows, shocks, sprains),
  • respiratory disorders (rhinitis, sinusitis, coughs, bronchitis, colds, sore throat),
  • gastrointestinal disorders (gastric acidity, stomach cramps, intestinal spasms),
  • liver disorders (nausea, overeating, difficult digestion),
  • lack of alertness,

LCA spearmint essential oil has numerous properties, including:

  • Analgesic, anesthetic : acts on pain by reducing or eliminating it, thanks to its inhibitory action on the molecular secretions responsible for pain transmission.
  • Anti-headache : effectively combats headaches
  • Vasoconstrictor: menthol helps reduce the diameter of blood vessels, thus reducing local blood flow and the risk of hypotension.
  • Hypertensive : menthol's vasoconstrictor action specifically increases blood pressure.
  • Hepato-digestive stimulant and anti-nausea: Field Mint essential oil aids digestion and promotes optimal liver function (thanks to terpene alcohols and terpenes). It also helps neutralize gastric acids and gastroesophageal reflux.
  • Decongests mucous membranes : the terpene alcohols, ketones and terpenes contained in this essential oil help clear the respiratory tract. In particular, menthol counteracts bronchial constriction and facilitates breathing by providing a sensation of freshness.
  • Antinfectious : menthol inhibits the growth of Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus and Staphylococcus epidermidis bacteria.

Analgesic and local anesthetic

Thanks to its high menthol and menthyl acetate content, this essential oil acts effectively as an analgesic and local anesthetic. These molecules inhibit the secretion of neurotransmitters responsible for pain transmission, helping to reduce or even eliminate the sensation of pain.

Anti-headache

The terpene alcohols and esters contained in Fieldmint essential oil give it remarkable antiheadache properties . It is effective in relieving headaches by acting directly on the mechanisms responsible for their onset.

Vasoconstrictor

The menthol present in this essential oil acts as a vasoconstrictor, reducing the diameter of blood vessels. This action helps reduce blood flow to the treated area, which can be beneficial in reducing the risk of hypotension and alleviating certain conditions such as varicose veins.

Hypertensive

Menthol's vasoconstrictive action can also help raise blood pressure, making it an appropriate choice for people suffering from hypotension.

Expectorant and decongestant

The terpene alcohols, ketones and terpenes contained in Fieldmint essential oil are known for their ability to decongest the respiratory tract. Menthol, in particular, counteracts bronchial constriction, facilitating breathing and providing a sensation of freshness.

Hepatodigestive stimulant

This essential oil promotes optimal liver function and aids digestion thanks to its terpene alcohols and terpenes. It also stimulates bile secretion, contributing to better fat digestion and effective liver detoxification.

Anti-acid

The terpenes present in Field Mint essential oil have antacid properties, which can help neutralize stomach acids and relieve symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux.

Antibacterial

The menthol contained in this essential oil has antibacterial activity, which can help prevent the development of certain pathogenic bacteria such as Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus and Staphylococcus epidermidis.

LCA aromatherapy laboratory also offersspearmint essential oil at the best price in our online pharmacy.

Directions for use and dosage

Oral route: 1 to 2 drops of essential oil in honey or on cane sugar after meals.
Cutaneous: a few drops of essential oil diluted in hazelnut vegetable oil for local application.

For headaches: apply a few drops of spearmint essential oil by massaging gently into the temples, using a vegetable oil as a base.

This may be surprising at first, as this oil has a very refreshing effect - be careful of eye contact!

Please note: this pure essential oil, very rich in menthol, can crystallize at room temperature, which can hinder its flow. This is a guarantee of quality and in no way alters its properties. To make it easier to use, you can liquefy it by gently warming the bottle in your hands, or using a rapid bain-marie if necessary.

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Precautions for use

  • Presence of ketones: use with caution due to neurotoxic and abortifacient effects. Contraindicated for children, babies and pregnant women.
  • Diluted cutaneous application: Preferred method, requiring a 15% dilution of spearmint essential oil in a vegetable oil (15% essential oil for 85% vegetable oil).
  • Diffusion: Possible in low concentrations, dilute between 10 and 15% with other essential oils.
  • Medical Advice for Asthmatics: Recommended before use to avoid complications.
  • Natural crystallization: Does not alter oil quality. Warm the bottle in your hands to liquefy it.
  • Use by pregnant women: On medical advice only, for diluted diffusion, ingestion or diluted skin application.
  • Cooling effect : Observed when applied to large skin surfaces.
  • Compatibility with homeopathy: Oral use not recommended in conjunction with homeopathic treatments.
  • Highly abortifacient, so absolutely avoided by pregnant women.
  • Not recommended in cases of hypertension, due to its hypertensive properties.
  • Contraindicated for epileptics, due to increased risk of convulsions.

What is the composition?

Biochemical chromatography (main components): Monoterpenols: menthol (72.05%), pulegone (1.00%), isopulegol (0.87%), neomenthol (1.99%), octanol-3 (0.38%), neoisomenthol (0.32%), linalool (0.10%)... Monoterpenones: menthone (7.76%), isomenthone (4.06%), piperitone (0.38%)... Monoterpenes : limonene (3.29%), alpha-pinene (0.83%), beta-pinene (0.92%), myrcene (0.57%), sabinene (0.33%)... Other compounds: menthyl acetate (2.34%), menthofurane (0.33%)

Botanical name: Mentha arvensis

Part of plant extracted: Aerial parts

Production method: Complete steam distillation

Presentation of LCA Field Mint Essential Oil

LCA Field Mint Essential Oil comes in a 10 ml bottle.

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