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Redmint High Quality Essential Oil 10ml Artisan Distilled- RARE From Israel Also known as Scotchmint



Redmint High-Quality Essential Oil


Mentha cardiaca (Mentha × gentilis)

From Israel

Also known as Scotchmint


Aroma is very much like the aroma a stick of Wrigley’s gum but organic with lovely green sharp notes. A game changer!

Redmint is a naturally occurring hybrid indigenous throughout the overlapping native regions of peppermint and spearmint grow that can be found all over the world. However, in Israel, this plant grows wild from the desert to the sea and smells amazingly deeper than the plants from Asia, USA, and Europe. Often chopped redmint is used in Israeli and Arab cuisines.

Has the same benefits as spearmint, cornmint, and peppermint does. Anesthetic, antimicrobial, antiseptic, antispasmodic, carminative, cytotoxic, digestive, expectorant, stimulant, stomachic. Used for acne, sunburn, cools skin itching,  removing blackheads, sinusitis.

Mint plants have been in use for centuries. In the Ebers Papyrus from Egypt, which dates to about 1500 BCE, Mint is mentioned by name as well as in the Hebrew Bible. Mint was cultivated by the ancient Israelites and in the land of Egypt. 

The synagogues in Israel 2000 years ago often at Shavuot had a variety of sprigs of mint sprinkled on the floor, so that the fragrance arose when they walked on it. Shaw mentions this in Plants in the Missouri Botanical Garden (1884). Some Sephardic synagogues still do this today in Israel.

Mint represented wealth and abundance. Malachi 3:10 Bring the full tithe into the storehouse, that there may be food in my house. And thereby put me to the test, says the Lord of hosts, if I will not open the windows of heaven for you and pour down for you a blessing until there is no more need. It was customary for Israelites would hang mint to fragrance their homes along with lavender nard.

Mint was usually tithed along with Rue in the Temple days during the three major Hagim (holidays) Pesach, Shavuot, and Sukkot. Mint was most likely used in the passover seder mixed with bitter herbs perhaps because the numerical value of נענע/nana – ‘mint’ is 240 which equals that of עמלק/Amalek the arch enemy of Israel.
Also, the words מר/mar – ‘bitter’ and רם/ram – ‘elevated’ also share the numerical value of 240. We could say that just as the sweet taste and scent of mint counteracts any bitterness, so too, does the spiritual attribute of mint work as an antidote to the spiritual bitterness of Amalek during the travel in the desert.
The numerical value of Amalek is also ספק/safek meaning doubt.’ This negative energy is the cause of self-doubt, indecision, unsure of oneself’s ability, and uncertainty. Energetically, mint oil has the same identical numerology sweeps and clears away this kind of doubt and mental talk, while clearing perspective, focus, on clearing the way or path to clarity.

The strong mint aroma of this essential oil is sweet and warm wrigly’s gum aroma and is often used to release negative energy, provide spiritual openness, and promote a positive overall mood.

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