The clinical effectiveness of most of the marketed antimicrobials is found to be threatened by the rapid emergence of multidrug resistant pathogens which increase the need to find alternatives Hundred years ago essential oils have been known for their biologic activities in the folkloric medicine in many countries The objective of our study was to investigate the antibacterial Essential oils The essential oils used in this study were commercial samples of the following essential oils: coriander oil (Coriandrum sativum L ) fennel oil (Foeniculum vulgare Mill ) dill oil (Anethum graveolens L ) peppermint oil (Mentha piperita L ) fir oil (Abies alba Mill ) juniper oil

Antimicrobial activity of Mentha piperitae Zhumeria

The Mentha piperita oil (which had a zone inhibition 10 6 0 22 mm) was less effective than the Z majdae and Z tenuior essential oils The antimicrobial effects of the oils were increased when they were used in combination The synergistic effects of essential oils with different antibiotics is varied from gentamicin (P value0 0001) which had

In the current study the antimicrobial effect of Mentha spicata and Mentha pulegium essential oils on the survival of Debaryomyces hansenii was evaluated in two different storage temperatures Materials and Methods : Iranian Doogh was prepared according to the national standard method with different concentrations of the mentioned essential oils

The juice of leaves of M piperita exhibited highest antibacterial activity (17 24 mm 0 87 SD) while juice of stem exhibited least antibacterial activity (15 82 mm 3 56 SD) (Table 1) It has been documented in the literature that Mentha piperita is used internally as a tea tincture oil or extracts and applied externally as a rub or

Properties of the Essential Oils of Mentha piperita L Salvia officinalis L and Thymus vulgaris L 265 2 4 Determination of the Antimicrobial Activities of the Essential Oils The antimicrobial activities of the EOs were evaluated by disc diffusion assay Discs of 6 mm in diameter made of Whatman No 1 filter paper were used

Plants producing essential oils belong to various genera in about 60 families including Alliaceae Apiaceae Asteraceae Lamiaceae Myrtaceae Poaceae and Rutaceae 1 Plant essential oils are a potentially useful source of antimicrobial compounds 2 Aromatic plants and their essential oils (EOs) have been used since ancient times in food agriculture medicine cosmetic

Antimicrobial activity of Mentha piperitae Zhumeria

The Mentha piperita oil (which had a zone inhibition 10 6 0 22 mm) was less effective than the Z majdae and Z tenuior essential oils The antimicrobial effects of the oils were increased when they were used in combination The synergistic effects of essential oils with different antibiotics is varied from gentamicin (P value0 0001) which had

Jul 31 2017In this study the activity of essential oils (EOs) against microorganisms involved in oral diseases was evaluated Fourteen EOs were selected and subjected to gas chromatographic analysis including Illicium verum Eucaliptus globulus Eugenia caryophyllata Leptospermum scoparium Mentha arvensis Mentha piperita Myrtus communis Salvia officinalis Melaleuca

Essential oils The essential oils used in this study were commercial samples of the following essential oils: coriander oil (Coriandrum sativum L ) fennel oil (Foeniculum vulgare Mill ) dill oil (Anethum graveolens L ) peppermint oil (Mentha piperita L ) fir oil (Abies alba Mill ) juniper oil

Jul 18 2020Chemical constituents in vitro antibacterial and antifungal activity of Mentha Piperita L (peppermint) essential oils Saturday July 18 2020 - 11:12 The development of microbial resistance to antibiotics is a global concern

Antimicrobial activity of peppermint essential oil (Mentha piperita L ) By Shapoval O G Durnova N A Shub G M The screening study of antimicrobial activity of solutions of essential oil by disk-diffusion method and activity of essential oil fume of own preparation and pharmaceutical form of oil according to standard strains of

In this work we tested the antibacterial effects of the essential oils of Mentha species with menthol as one of the effective substances against different strains of S aureus Two in vitro methods were used the qualitative disc diffusion assay and the quantitative minimal inhibitory concentration (MIC) of selected essential oils

Jul 03 2002Antimicrobial screening of Mentha piperita essential oils Işcan G(1) Kirimer N Krkcoğlu M Başer KH Demirci F Author information: (1)Medicinal and Aromatic Plant and Drug Research Centre (TBAM) Anadolu University 26470-Eskişehir Turkey

apparatus for 3 h The yellow essential oil was separated and dried by sodium disulfate The essential oil was kept in dark vial in cold place until the analysis 2 2 Essential oils and GC/GC-MS analysis Essential oils from Mentha piperita was carried out using GC-FID and GC/MS The GC

Antimicrobial activities of six essential oils commonly

19 Busatta C Vidal RS Popiolski AS et al Application of Origanum majorana L essential oil as an antimicrobial agent in sausage Food Microbiol 2008 25:207-211 [ Links ] 20 Tyagi AK Malik A Antimicrobial potential and chemical composition of Mentha piperita oil in liquid and vapour phase against food spoiling microorganisms

Peppermint oil is extracted from Mentha piperita of the Labiatae family and is also known as brandy mint and balm mint On this page This cooling and refreshing essential oil is used in aromatherapy to stimulate the mind increase mental agility and to increase focus while cooling the skin reducing redness and calming irritation and

The antimicrobial properties of essential oils have been known for many years (Williams et al 1998) and those from popular commercially available aromatic plants such as Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) Thymus vulgaris (thyme) Mentha piperita (peppermint) and Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) have been used extensively to treat bacterial

Essential oils from Mentha piperita M citrata and Cymbopogon pendulus exhibited antifungal and antibacterial efficacy M piperita oil was found to be significantly effective against Rhynchosporium oryzae Macrophomina phaseolina Drechslera oryzae Drechslera soroki-

PubMed:Antimicrobial screening of Mentha piperita essential oils PubMed:Determination of selected trace elements in herbs and their infusions PubMed:[Dyspeptic pain and phytotherapy--a review of traditional and modern herbal drugs] PubMed:Essential oils of peppermint orange or lemongrass kill most strains of fungal and bacterial infections

19 Busatta C Vidal RS Popiolski AS et al Application of Origanum majorana L essential oil as an antimicrobial agent in sausage Food Microbiol 2008 25:207-211 [ Links ] 20 Tyagi AK Malik A Antimicrobial potential and chemical composition of Mentha piperita oil in liquid and vapour phase against food spoiling microorganisms

The aim of this study was to investigate in vitro the effects of hydroalcoholic extract infusion and essential oil of Mentha piperita L on Candida spp Hydroalcoholic extract and essential oil were evaluated regarding microbial activity against 50 strains of Candida albicans 10 Candida glabrata 10 Candida tropicalis 8 Candida parapsilosis and 2 Candida krusei

Key words: Essential Oils of Mentha Piperita Antimicrobial Activity Cooling Receptor Stimulator Activities I INTRODUCTION A Peppermint A study was conducted by researchers of USDA NRCS in 2011 shows that Menthapiperita also known as M balsa mea Wild mint Mentha piperita (1) is a

May 01 2015The antibacterial activity of peppermint oil and different extracts of Mentha piperita against some Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacterial strains was evaluated in the present research work by agar well diffusion method It was found that the distilled concentrations of essential oil inhibited the growth of microorganisms and the results were comparable with

For essential oil obtained were determined the chemical property Thyme oil and peppermint oil were analyzed using the chromatography before and after microorganisms absorptions Essential oils is used in different pharmaceutical products and these have antimicrobial activity Keywords: essential oils chromatography antimicrobial activity 1

What is Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil? Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil obtained from the Mentha piperita plant Peppermint oil is composed primarily of menthol and menthone Other constituents include pulegone carvacrol menthofuran and limone 1 Peppermint oil is also used for its essential oils and mostly because of its major components