From July to September.
Commonly known as:
Mentha Piperita Oil (I.N.C.), English Mint.
Europe (United Kingdom, Denmark, Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Poland, Ukraine, Bulgaria, ex-Yugoslavia, Greece, Italy, Romania, France, Portugal, Spain...), Siberia (Russia), Australia, New Zealand, North America (Canada, USA), Morocco, Egypt, China, India.
Anti-inflammatory, soothing, anti-bacterial, refreshing, toning, anti-fungal, decongestant, purifying, stimulating, astringent.
Menthol, menthone, eucalyptol, menthyl acetate, linalool, limonene, menthofuran, pulegone, 1,8-cineole, isomenthone, neomenthol, beta-caryophyllene, trans-thuyanol-4, octanol, piperitone, menthene, pinene, phellandrene, candinene, terpinene, pulegone, piperitone, alpha-pinene, beta-pinene
Density = 0,901 - 0,916.
Appearance: Lipid and mobile liquid; Color: Colorless to pale greenish young; Odor: Characteristic, mentholated.
Part of the plant extracted:
All skin types, especially irritated, acne-prone, dull and reddened skin; All hair types, especially oily, irritated scalps and those prone to oily dandruff; Indicated for heavy legs and to relieve sunburn and irritation.