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This hydrosol of organic Peppermint from Greece is obtained from the steam distillation of water from the tops flowering of the plant.
In cosmetics, it brightens the complexion while toning the microcirculation and tightening the pores.
Antibacterial , it purifies problem skin and refreshes the breath and sweating areas.
Beneficial for the digestive system, it relieves abdominal spasms.
Mixed with aloe, it becomes a massage gel that soothes heavy legs, effects particularly appreciated in summer.
Its soothing effect is also suitable after long exposure to the sun or after shaving.
As a direct spray in the mouth, it is excellent for soothing overly boiling temperaments.
It promotes clarity of mind, balances the mental body and alleviates several kinds of anxiety and phobias.
In the kitchen, it goes well with salty and sweet dishes, cocktails, fruit salads and frozen drinks.
Like Sage, Peppermint (Mentha piperita), is an herbaceous plant in the Lamiaceae family.
In 1753, at the beginning of the modern nomenclature, Linnaeus recognized Mentha piperita, a mint with a strong pungent flavor, as a species in its own right among 10 species of mint of the genus Mentha.
Naturalists have long accepted its status as a naturally growing species in wetlands, before realizing that it originated from a hybridization of aquatic mint and spearmint.
Considered a digestive and aromatic medicinal plant, it was admitted to the London Pharmacopoeia under the name of "Mentha piperitis sapore" in 1721.
French apothecaries considered it good for the stomach and called it «English mint» because it came from England where it grew "naturally".
Peppermint hydrosol adds a mentholated aroma to all types of culinary preparations.
In well-being it is known for its soothing properties both for moments of emotional irritation and for stimulating effect for the mind it awakens and sustains in periods requiring greater concentration.
For body care from the inside out, it brings an astringent and refreshing action.
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