Cornmint Nepal

$6.50 - $44.30
$0.75 - $41.20
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Width:
0.60 (in)
Height:
1.50 (in)
Depth:
0.60 (in)
Current Stock:
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Botanical Name:
(Mentha arvensis)
Origin:
Nepal
Part Used:
Leaf
Distillation Method:
Steam Distilled
Agro Class:
Organic
Lot #:
NEK01-KT
Properties:
Strong, clean, menthol aroma - very nice
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Important Information:
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Description

This Cornmint has a strong fresh aroma.  Extensively used in the food flavor trade. Also used in a wide range of toiletry formulations. Not so pungent as Peppermint and therefore better for body care formulas and room fragrances.

Good as a vapor inhalation (with other oils) for sinusitis; spasmodic & dry coughs; nausea; headaches; menstrual cramps; mental exhaustion and to aid concentration. Has been used as an application (diluted) for headaches and neuralgia.

FREE Samples:
All orders receive three FREE Samples of your choice* See Sample policy.
Botanical Name:
(Mentha arvensis)
Origin:
Nepal
Part Used:
Leaf
Distillation Method:
Steam Distilled
Agro Class:
Organic
Lot #:
NEK01-KT
Properties:
Strong, clean, menthol aroma - very nice
GC PDF:
Download GC
SDS PDF:
Download SDS
Important Information:
All of the information provided on this website is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to replace medical advice given by a medical practitioner. We do not give medical advice.
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Reviews

  • 5
    The New Peppermint Y'all

    Posted by Paris Parsons on Nov 8th 2020

    I've said it in other reviews, I'm a lover of all mints & conifers. I was so excited to try Nepal that I bought a 2oz bottle and I'm LOVING IT! I tried a sample prior but the 1 drop sample didn't do justice...but then again, 1 drop is hardly ever a sufficient sample. I used to use peppermint daily and I hardly ever do because I'm always reaching for the corn mints! Nepal is strong yet airy at the same time. It's very fresh. Stronger than peppermint but lighter & fluffier. I see peppermint as solid green and corn mint as a turquoise blue/green. Almost aquatic. It has a long lovely dry down. Blends romantically with pine notes, cedarwoods, lemons, basils and is stunning with Eucalyptus Dives! Some people smell a dentist office. I smell a fresh rainforest waterfall.... AVAT has the BEST corn mints on the market!