Menthol Crystal Production Cost Analysis 2020
Menthol crystal is obtained by freezing peppermint oil. The resultant crystals of menthol are later separated by filtration. In appearance, menthol crystals are very clear with a cool minty fresh odour. These crystals are soluble in alcohol and oils. The melting point of these crystals is 42-44°C (107–111°F).
They find their applications in balms, salves, creams, foot products, scalp treatments, medicated creams, throat lozenges, toothpaste, mouthwash, gum, pain relief, shampoos, conditioners, liniments, shaving creams, oral sprays, compresses, medicated oils, and cooling gels, etc. The other benefits of these crystals are:
- It reduces fever when a minimal amount is placed on the forehead or bottom of the feet.
- It can be applied directly to scrapes, cuts, and bruises to reduce inflammation and irritation.
- It helps with the discomfort of tension headaches too.
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