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Spearmint Vitality Essential Oil Supports Normal Digestion & is a Culinary Delight

Spearmint vitality essential oil supports healthy normal digestion and calms tummies* when used internally. With naturally occurring carvone, menthol and limonene, this oil can provide a refreshing addition to water, food or your favorite drink!

Part of the new Vitality Dietary Essential Oil Collection which includes over 25 oils for dietary use, cooking and more!

Spearmint plants have always been used traditionally to support healthy digestive systems and been commonly been infused with teas, drinks, candies and culinary splendors! Now you can enjoy everyday with Spearmint Vitality Essential Oil!

It is so easy and convenient to use; and you can use it for cooking as well! Just place a drop in your favorite recipe! It’s that simple! Remember that oils are concentrated, so a little bit goes a LONG way!!!

Spearmint essential oil is in one of my favorite dietary essential oils called Citrus Fresh Vitality Essential Oil. It tastes great in water especially on a really hot day; and it tastes minty fresh! It contains Lemon vitality, Tangerine Vitality, Orange Vitality and Spearmint Vitality Oil. Perfect for that hot summer day or to complement your exercise routine.

What is the Genus Species? Mentha spicata CT Carvone

Why is this information important? While there are not many different species of Spearmint, there are many hybrids; and the species also produces chemotypes.

A chemotype (CT) is a designation that tells you that the species has different chemical constituents. This usually occurs because the plant is grown in a different area under a distinct climate that alters the chemistry.

The same rule of thumb goes for hybrids; so it always is a good idea to purchase your essential oils by Common Name and Genus Species so you know what you are getting!

Other common names for Spearmint include: Green Mint, Garden Mint, Fish Mint and Our Lady’s Mint!

Where is the name derived from? The Spearmint plants get their common name from the pointed leaf tips which resemble “spears”. The Genus derivative comes from a Latin word “mente” meaning “thought”.

Why is this information so important? Its not, it’s just a fun fact!

What Part of the Spearmint Plants are Used? Spearmint leaves

What is the ORAC Value? 540 µTE/100g

Why know about this number? ORAC stands for Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity. It tells you the antioxidant capacity of a food item. This was developed by the USDA researchers. For instance: Blueberries = 2,400; Clove = 1,078,700. Wow! The number for clove is NOT a typo!

Most Interesting Historical Reference?

Did you know that in the Middle Ages Spearmint was scattered on the floor to deter rodents and support wellness?

What are the Spearmint Plant Properties? Releasing yet uplifting.

What are the Documented Spearmint Uses and Benefits? Supports healthy digestive function*. Supports healthy tummies and soothes*.

Dietary Supplement: place several drops in capsule and take internally. If prefer dilution, then 50:50 dilution-one part essential oil: one part vegetable oil such as coconut or olive oil.

Add a drop or two to water, juice, NingXia Red or other beverage.

Place in favorite baking, dressing or marinade recipe.

Aromatic – Diffuse
Can this Oil be used for Animals? Yes



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