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Jerusalem Mint- Peppermint Superior High Quality Essential Oil 10ml Israel


Peppermint Organic 10ml

Mentha piperita




Peppermint Superior Organic

Known as ‘Jerusalem Mint” or Cannan Leaf


Mentha piperita



Israel (grown , cultivated and distilled)

Jerusalem Mint Essential Oil 10 ml

Mentha piperita




Jerusalem Mint is also commonly known in Israel as “Mid East Field Mint”, “Naan Leaf”,  or “Jerusalem Corn Mint”. The oil has a strong pepperminty soft spearmint, warm, herbaceous aroma presenting a top fragrance note.

Peppermint has been in use for centuries. In the Ebers Papyrus from Egypt, which dates to about 1500 BCE, peppermint is mentioned by name as well as in the Hebrew Bible. Peppermint was cultivated by the ancient Israelites and Egyptians. Since the two lands boarders one another it was known as ”Canon Leaf”. Today it is been named “Jerusalem Mint”.

Peppermint is also commonly known in Israel as “Mid East Field Mint”. The oil has a strong minty soft spearmint, warm, herbaceous aroma presenting a strong top fragrance note.

Peppermint is the wild sister of cornmint and spearmint and all the other species of the mint family. It occurs in several subspecies almost worldwide. Like other mints, you can use mint against indigestion and colds in their raw plant form. Their essential oil is widely used as medicinal plant oil.

Dried, powdered mint leaves apparently were assiduously tithed by the Priests. This “bitter herb” was eaten at the Passover (Exod 12:8; Num 9:11). It still is eaten at Passover Seder feasts today and can be found often in Israel as a paste on the seder plate. It grows taller than the usual mint grown in Europe and the USA—often, in fact, three ft. high.

The synagogues in Israel 2000 years ago often at Shavuot had sprigs of mint sprinkled on the floor, so that the fragrance arose when they were 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 L-rd 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 custom for Israelites would hang a variety of mint plants 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 and is often used to release negative energy, provide spiritual openness, and promote a positive overall mood. Peppermint Essential Oil contains a higher percentage of menthol than other mint oils, which makes it very effective for reducing pain in the muscles and joints.

Peppermint grown in Israel is often used for beekeeping and is known to be an effective deterrent for tracheal mites and other insects. It can work to mask the natural scent of honeybees, and help to keep predatory insects away from colonies. Plus the bees love the flowers when they bloom.

Jerusalem Mint offers antimicrobial and antifungal benefits to purify and sanitize surfaces against bacteria, viruses, mold spores, mildew, and fungus. You can also diffuse Peppermint is often used to deodorize and refresh in any space.

Anesthetic, antimicrobial, antiseptic, antispasmodic, carminative, cytotoxic, digestive, expectorant, stimulant, stomachic. Used for acne, sunburn, cools skin itching,  removing blackheads, sinusitis.

Peppermint oil may help relieve symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome and other conditions affecting the digestive system. relieves nausea, and may help with other digestive issues. Different forms may also help relieve pain and benefit your skin. Not recommended for anyone with a coagulation such as hemophilia or taking blood thinners.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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