The benefits of Wild Mint BIO essential oil

Mint and its origins

With legendary origins precisely in Greek mythology, mint is a medicinal plant considered one of the healthiest aromatic herbs! According to one of the legends, the name of mint comes from the divine bride, Minthi, whom the god of the underworld, Hades, loved very much! Persephone, the queen and wife of Hades, driven by jealousy, complained to her mother, Demeter, the goddess of crops and agriculture. Together they turned Minthi into a banal weed that everyone would trample underfoot, but Hades, full of regret, gave the mint a lovely scent and a dash of Aphrodite's divinity. In Greece there is also a mountain that preserves the memory of this legend: Mount Minthi.

Also, there is evidence from Egyptian medical texts precisely from 1550 BC. who say that spearmint has been used since then to relieve digestive symptoms! In Ancient Egypt, mint was considered currency, being extremely valuable!

What is it used for and what are the benefits of mint?

Being an intensely aromatic perennial plant, mint hides in its glands essential oils with beneficial health properties - surely you have used mint leaves in cocktails, juices and teas, in sauces, maybe even in desserts! Important to know is the fact that there are approximately 30 species of mint, all of which are, however, extraordinarily aromatic, but "True mint" is considered only the species with 4 almost symmetrical lobes, with jagged edges and without flowers.

Among the benefits of mint, we can mention the fact that it significantly reduces stress , fights depression and mental exhaustion ! Mint stimulates brain activity , gives you clarity and banishes headaches ! Mint is also considered a natural antibacterial - thanks to its antiseptic properties , and an effective antispasmodic , which relaxes muscles and reduces muscle pain . The strong smell of mint makes it an excellent insecticide , and peppermint inhalations reduce nasal congestion and ease breathing , reducing respiratory problems , preventing and fighting asthma attacks .

Peppermint and peppermint essential oil

Did you know that the essential oils from Aroman® are also used by the people at Therme Bucharest?

Well, this is the consequence of the fact that Aroman® products are certified by Certisys for the sampling of organic plant oils, the activity being controlled 2 times a year for quality and safety! The products are 100% vegan and 100% natural, and can be used with confidence by aromatherapy lovers.

Wild Mint essential oil (BIO) is a concentrated product, carefully extracted from wild mint glands, which can be diffused or applied directly to the skin.

How to use Wild Mint essential oil (BIO)?

Diffuse: Put 3-6 drops into the diffuser (either the Aromen® diffuser or the compatible C100 diffuser ) and then let the magic happen! You can do your usual things, at the office or at home, the diffused oil will do its job and envelop you with its miraculous powers!

Applied directly to the skin: Dilute 2 - 6 drops with 10 ml of base oil (coconut, argan, jojoba, olive, sweet almond, grape seed, grape seed or rosehip oil) , then apply to the skin.

Aromatherapy in the sauna: Drip 2-6 drops of oil on or inside the ice cubes, and/or put 2-6 drops on a towel, ventilating with it inside the sauna. The intense relaxation session can start now!

Wild Mint essential oil contains the following ingredients: Mentha Arvensis BIO - D-limonene and linalool, being obtained by steam distillation. The plants come from BIO agriculture, non-EU.

Give yourself moments of relaxation and help your body and mind to relax! Trust in the miraculous powers of nature and plants with medicinal properties! Document yourself and then enjoy all that essential oils can offer you, you will notice how your life will change significantly!


When using essential oils, you must bear in mind that they are plant extracts, very concentrated, and before use it is imperative to read the information leaflet and the instructions, to know which oil is suitable for each purpose. Essential oils can severely damage the eyes and cause allergic reactions on the skin! Swallowing oils can be fatal! It is not recommended to pour/drip essential oil into water containing living organisms, as it can be harmful to them.

Essential oils are stored in dark and cool places, preferably in their own boxes.

The manufacturer's warnings are:
Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes, skin and mucous membranes.

In case of skin contact : Wash with plenty of soap and water.

In case of eye contact: Rinse carefully with water for several minutes.

In case of inhalation: Consult a poison center or toxicologist immediately.

Consult a doctor if skin, eyes or mucous membranes continue to be irritated. Dispose of packaging/contents in accordance with applicable regional/national/international guidelines. The use of essential oils is not recommended for children under 3 years of age, pregnant women (especially in the first 3 months of pregnancy) and people who are sensitive or allergic to essential oils. Always consult your healthcare practitioner if you are unsure about using essential oils.

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