Benefits at a glance
  • To take for stomach and intestinal disorders
  • Inhalation for colds
  • To massage in for headaches

Arlberger Japomin Oil Drops

Pure mint oil for treating headaches

This product is a medicinal product and is therefore unfortunately not allowed to be sold through our online shop. You can get it without a prescription at any Austrian pharmacy.
Product number: 17002

BANO Naturprodukte is a brand of BANO Healthcare GmbH.

Benefits at a glance
  • To take for stomach and intestinal disorders
  • Inhalation for colds
  • To massage in for headaches

Arlberger Japomin Oil Drops: Product description

Consisting of pure essential mint oil, Arlberger Japomin Oil Drops can be taken for digestive complaints, inhaled for respiratory colds and applied to relieve muscle and nerve pain, such as mild tension headaches.

As it is an over-the-counter medicine, Arlberger Japomin Oil Drops are manufactured in Austria under the strictest quality controls. They contain neither preservatives nor colouring agents.

Mint oil for headaches and digestive problems

Like so many natural raw materials, pure essential mint oil has been used for centuries in some cultures, and in the East even for thousands of years, to cure various ailments such as headaches and digestive problems. In Austria, Japomin oil is a traditional herbal medicine that has been available for many years in every pharmacy and in selected health food shops.

Arlberger Japomin Oil Drops can be used both internally and externally.

When applied to the skin, Arlberger Japomin Oil Drops have a rapid, cooling effect. This is because the menthol in the mint oil triggers a feeling of cold via receptors, which helps to relieve headaches. In fact, though, your body temperature does not change. The effect is similar to that of capsaicin – where a feeling of warmth or heat is produced.

Since mint oil also has an antispasmodic effect, it can be used very effectively to treat muscle pain. Following application, the muscle relaxes and pain is relieved. Tension in the neck and shoulders is a common cause of headaches. Sitting in front of a computer for hours on end, not enough exercise and bad posture lead to a tightening of the muscles.

Used internally, Arlberger Japomin Oil Drops help relieve flatulence and bloating.

Arlberger Japomin Oil Drops: Uses and indications

The recommended dose for our Japomin Oil Drops is as follows.

For chest colds with symptoms including cough, including with viscous mucus:

Put three drops in hot water two to three times a day and inhale with your eyes closed.

For digestive complaints such as bloating and flatulence:

Take two drops diluted in a little warm water up to twice daily.

For the symptomatic relief of muscle or nerve pain and mild tension headaches:

Apply two to three drops to the affected areas or to the temples, forehead and neck and massage in gently. Repeat up to three times daily.

Arlberger Japomin Oil Drops: Ingredients

100% pure essential mint oil

Good to know

Where does Japanese medicinal plant oil come from?

It is mainly cultivated in Asia, where the use of mint oil has a long tradition. It is also often called Japanese mint oil – hence our name “Japomin Oil”.

Is mint oil suitable for children?

As insufficient data are as yet available, we cannot recommend use in children from two to 12 years of age.

Mint oil is not suitable for infants and children under two years of age.

What is mint oil good for?

Mint oil is good for

  • chest colds
  • digestive problems
  • the symptomatic relief of muscle or nerve pain
  • mild tension headaches

Go to our download area for directions for use.

How is essential mint oil obtained?

Essential mint oil (Menthae arvensis aetheroleum) is extracted from field mint (Mentha arvensis) by means of steam distillation.

On account of its extremely high menthol content of around 80%, the oil is dementholated before being used in pharmaceutical and cosmetic products. This is also how the well-known and frequently used menthol, which consists of white crystals, is produced.

Overall, mint oil goes through a complicated manufacturing process, after which it has a menthol content of between 30% and 50%. Other ingredients are menthone, isomenthone and menthyl acetate.

Since it is a medicinal product, both the raw material mint oil and the production process itself are subject to the strictest quality controls.

Our recommendations

Arlberger Sauna Oil
With mountain pine, fir and eucalyptus

Content: 0.1 L (€139.00* / 1 L)

€13.90*
Arlberger Marmot Oil
Pure marmot oil for muscles and joints

Content: 0.1 L (€239.00* / 1 L)

€23.90*
Rubilind Rot Muscle and Joint Roll-On
To release muscle tension

Content: 0.05 L (€178.00* / 1 L)

€8.90*

Quality from experience

Icon RezepturTried and tested formulationsWe rely on traditional combinations of active ingredients, some of which have been tried and tested for centuries and are processed with modern formulations.
Icon RohstoffeTested raw materialsOnly tested raw materials are used in production, many of which also meet the requirements of the European Pharmacopoeia or are of medicinal quality.
Icon ProduktionHigh-quality productionOur production is ISO 13485:2016 certified and audited annually, which ensures that our products are always of consistent quality.