The plant grows happily in the mid mountain region and flourishes well in the low lands of Nepal. These days it is cultivated in Nepal terai regions. The herb is often used as a domestic herbal remedy, being valued especially for its antiseptic properties and its beneficial effect on the digestion and is traditionally been used in the treatment of fevers, headaches, digestive disorders and various minor ailments.
According to Ayurveda, Cornmint is expectorant, emmenagogue, tonic to kidneys, useful in liver and spleen diseases, asthma and pains in joints etc. It is applied externally on ringworm and eczema. Also it is recommended for the patients having the problem of migraine. Applied externally in painful parts, it stops the intense pain immediately.
Many Mint based mouth freshers are available in market. The traditional healers form the low lands of Nepal prepare a decoction by boiling the leaves in water and gargle with this decoction to get rid from bad-breath. This decoction very promising in treatment of Tonsillitis.
Our Cornmint Oil comes from single cut/first cut distillation. It is raw and fresh and there is absolutely no other comparable material. The total menthol content is over 70%. This is remarkable material and we could not be prouder.
Cornmint essential oil is obtained by steam distillation from the aerial parts of Mentha arvensis
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Skin care: Good for Acne, oily eczema, dermatis, hair loss, oily complexions, skin toner, seborrhea of scalp. Rheumatic pain, anxiety, insomnia, stress, cellulites. Preventative of ticks and fleas. Employed in fragrance component in soaps, detergents, cosmetics and perfumes. Spicy fragrances and after shaves.
- May be slightly irritating, non-toxic. Must not be used during pregnancy. Should not be used by those with kidney disease due to its nephrotoxic effect.