Description: Clear, colorless, needle-like crystals with an odor resembling that of peppermint. They are soluble in alcohol, essential oils and olive oil, but almost insoluble in water and g... *
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Description: Clear, colorless, needle-like crystals with an odor resembling that of peppermint. They are soluble in alcohol, essential oils and olive oil, but almost insoluble in water and glycerin. The melting point is 41°C to 44°C (105.8°F to 111.2°F); boiling point is 212°C (413.6°F). Menthol crystals start to evaporate at 21°C (70°F).Constituents: The crystals contain not less than 99.4% menthol. Menthol is the chief constituent of peppermint oil and is responsible for its odor and taste and the "cooling sensation" when applied to the skin and mucosal surfaces. Mentha piperita contains up to 50% menthol and Mentha arvensis contains 70-80% menthol. Extraction Method: Steam distillation - Menthol is obtained by subjecting the distilled oil of peppermint to a temperature of -22°C, (-7.6°F.) by the aid of a freezing mixture. The menthol crystallizes out in satiny crystals and the mother liquor is removed while the low temperature is maintained.
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All pure essential oils should be used with care. Do not apply directly into skin. A 2% dilution of essential oils to a base of carrier oil or lotion is recommended for all skincare and massage preparations.
100% Pure Menthol Crystals
Avoid contact with sensitive areas, such as eyes. Citrus oils are photosensitive and should not be applied prior to sun exposure. During pregnancy, use only with advise from a trained aromatherapist. For external use only. Keep all bottles out of reach of children.
USAGE: Place a few crystals in a dish and place in sauna or steam room for respiratory inhalant. Add to soaps, creams or carrier oils to make cooling linaments or vapor balms. Melt crystals by gently warming them in double boiler with water or carrier oil. Melting point is 41°C-44°C (105.8°F-111.2°F). Crystals may be dissolved in essential oils, oilve oil or alcohol. CAUTION: Not for use around eyes, mouth or delicate bodily areas. Not for use in baths or hot tubs. Wash hands after touching crystals. Bianca Rosa® menthol crystals are for EXTERNAL USE ONLY.
Essential Oils by Bianca Rosa are 100% Pure Natural Essences derived from the highest quality fruits, flowers, leaves, spices, herbs and roots. Our essential oil distillers and growers are located around the world, operating ethically, organically and chemical-free.
Bianca Rosa Essential Oils Are Not Tested On Animals.
We have been looking for the product for a while. My mom and i use it as a rubbing compound that we combine with the green rubbin alcohol for pain. I gave one of the two bottles i purchase to my mom, she has just informed me that my sister would like me to order a bottle for her. As i sit here typing this review, i had to rub some on my hands today because i woke up with a pain in my wrist. I am so glad i found your website.
-- March 3, 2007
I made some MSM Cream and it turned out perfectly. The menthol crystals were of the highest quality and I'm sure thst's why the cream turned out so well. Thanks so much.
-- March 31, 2007
Very top rate. I make my own MSM lotion and I try to use the best quality products I can afford. Your prices are phenomenal and the quality top-notch. Service is great also. Thank you so much!
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