Peppermint is not recommended as a bath oil. The peppermint essential oil can cause stinging, or dermatitis. When peppermint essential oil is included in mixtures intended for topical use it is drastically diluted with an inert carrier oil.
Actually peppermint oil won't hurt the skin(unless you have very sensitive skin), people use peppermint oil in spas so you should be okay if a little peppermint oil gets on your skin or you could simply wash it off.
yes, but you should prefer vegetable oil.
GNC probably carries peppermint oil.
only a couple of drops
Walmart sells peppermint oil for baking, peppermint oil softgels, and peppermint extract. See the related links for the product listings on Walmart.com.
The chemical formula for peppermint is exactly C10H20O1
It appears that peppermint oil, not peppermint extract, works better to get rid of mice. This is because the extract contains more alcohol than peppermint oil, so it will not be as strong as the oil itself.
An aromatic and pungent plant of the genus Mentha (M. piperita), much used in medicine and confectionery., A volatile oil (oil of peppermint) distilled from the fresh herb; also, a well-known essence or spirit (essence of peppermint) obtained from it., A lozenge of sugar flavored with peppermint.
Yes. Spearmint and peppermint are not.
Yes you can its 1/4 a tsp of oil for 1 tsp of extract
Yes, the potency would be number one difference. The type of peppermint is another difference. The way it was cultivated and distilled is another difference. Visit my site www.youngliving.org/raqad for more details.