60 Softgel Capsules ( SKU: AU9721 )
Peppermint Oil is an enteric-coated blend of peppermint and caraway oil that promotes healthy digestion. Peppermint Oil also helps relieve symptoms of medically diagnosed Irritable Bowel Syndrome, indigestion, dyspepsia, digestive spasms and nausea.
• Potent peppermint oil and caraway oil combination.
• Highly concentrated active constituents of herbs – menthol and caravone.
• Enteric coating improves efficacy and tolerance.
Peppermint and caraway oils support healthy digestion and relieve symptoms of indigestion, digestive spasms, nausea, vomiting and medically diagnosed Irritable Bowel Syndrome. The combination of these highly concentrated oils, delivered in an enteric-coated capsule, may improve patient compliance as well as the efficacy of the active ingredients in gastric and upper intestinal tissues.
Peppermint (Mentha x piperita)
Peppermint leaves contain a high concentration of the essential oil monoterpene menthol, along with phenolic acids and flavonoid constituents.1,2 With a long history of use in Western herbal medicine as a digestive aid, peppermint has demonstrated antispasmodic, analgesic, antibacterial, immune modulating and anti-inflammatory mechanisms.3,4
Caraway has a long history of use in Persian and Iranian paradigms for digestive support.5 Containing the essential oil compounds carvone and limonene, as well as phenolic acids and flavonoids, the antimicrobial, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity of caraway may contribute to its promotion of healthy digestion.
|Each Softgel Contains:|
|Peppermint oil (Mentha x piperita) (aerial)||180 mg|
|Contains menthol||90.8 mg|
|Caraway oil||30 mg|
1 softgel 3 times per day or as directed by a health care practitioner.
If symptoms persist or worsen, talk to your health care practitioner. Contains sulfites.
1. World Health Organisation. WHO monographs on selected medicinal plants, volume 2. Geneva, 2004.
2. Bone K. A clinical guide to blending liquid herbs: herbal formulations for the individual patients. Churchill Livingstone: Missouri, 2003.
3. Chumpitazi BP, Kearns GL, Shulman RJ. Review article: the physiological effects and safety of peppermint oil and its efficacy in irritable bowel syndrome and other functional disorders. Aliment Pharmacol Ther 2018; 47: 738-752.
4. Alammar N, Wang L, Saberi B, Nanavati J, Holtmann G, Shinohara RT, Mullin GE. The impact of peppermint oil on the irritable bowel syndrome: a meta-analysis of the pool clinical data. BMC Comp Altern Med 2019; 19: 21.