Peppermint Oil

Botanical Name

Mentha piperita

CAS Number



Mentha Piperita (Pepperming) Oil



Plant Part


Extraction Method

Steam distilled




Skin Care, Hair Care, Nutraceutical, Medicinal, Aromatherapy


Cool, Dark Storage

Shelf Life

3 years


Peppermint Oil

The popularity of Peppermint and its medicinal and healing properties date back to ancient times. Aside from being one of the oldest medicinal herbs used in Europe, it is also used in Chinese and Japanese folks medicine. It is even cited in Greek mythology.

There is more to peppermint than just a breath freshener. The menthol content comes with antiviral, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, and carminative properties. It has Vitamins A and C, potassium, omega-3 fatty acids, magnesium, iron and calcium.

Topically, it is well-known to promote clear and radiant skin, naturally cleansing with antiseptic and antibacterial properties. The cooling affect soothes irritation and inflammation in acne.

For nutraceuticals, it combats headaches, stomach aches, digestive problems, and low energy. It also is breath freshener, helps with respiratory tract issues and eases muscle pain.

The higher quality the oil, the higher the menthol content. Menthol is the active ingredient and, when used in lotions, it can make the body think the area in contact with the oil is cool, which can increase the blood flow to the area.

Peppermint is also purported to stimulate scalp activity and promote hair growth. Peppermint oil also keeps the scalp at the right pH, leaving it balanced, keeping it free of bacteria and fungi.


What Makes SBI’s Peppermint Oil Superior?

  • Wild-cultivated in Egypt
  • Widely known scent that has excellent aromatherapy benefits
  • Especially helpful as a soothing scent, used as a sleep aid
  • Promotes clear, radiant skin
  • Our operation benefits local families.


Continued Unique Benefits

Peppermint Oil has an incredibly wide range of applications, from aromatherapy, beauty products, to different kinds of medication. The higher the quality of the Oil the higher the menthol content, which acts as an active ingredient, making the body think that the area in contact is cold, in turn increasing blood flow. The Peppermint scent is so widely known that it is common to be used in a wide variety of daily household products, such as soap and dental applications. The refreshing, strong Peppermint Oil truly has a unique ability to be applied to a multitude of products.