Wintergreen Oil, Natural 1 oz.

Product Code: 0050-0500

Wintergreen Oil (Gualtheria procumbens) is a pure, natural essential oil and is used as a flavoring for its powerful mint flavor and aroma. Wintergreen is also used in aromatherapy for its penetrating, muscle relieving properties. When used as a flavoring, use sparingly. Essential oils are potent.

Appropriate for use in chocolates and coatings (typical use is ¼ to ½ teaspoon per pound). 

All of our essential oils are appropriate for therapeutic use and are quality tested and lot-coded for quality assurance and tracking.

  • Food grade
  • Steam distilled
  • Kosher certified 
  • Gluten-free 
  • Quality tested and lot-coded for quality assurance and tracking
  • No animal testing
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Caution:  Do not ingest Wintergreen Oil undiluted

Natural Wintergreen Oil
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Code Size Price Quantity
0050-0500 1 ounce
  • $10.50
0050-0800 4 ounce
  • $38.00
0050-1000 16 ounce
  • $120.00


Creamy Holiday Mint Sparkles

To learn more about using Wintergreen essential oil in food and aromatherapy, visit these helpful links:

Using Food Grade Essential Oils

Using Essential Oils for Aromatherapy
A little goes a long way! LorAnn’s super strength flavors (also known as candy oils or flavoring oils) are three to four times the strength of typical baking extracts. Typical uses: hard candy, general candy making, cakes, cookies, frosting, ice cream and a wide variety of other baking and confectionery applications. 

Note: When substituting super strength flavors for extracts, use ¼ to ½ teaspoon for 1 teaspoon of extract. 

Our Wintergreen Super Strength is a food-grade essential oil. Essential oils are prized for varying attributes including aroma, flavor, therapeutic benefits as well as biochemical properties such as antibacterial and antifungal.  Essential oils are frequently used in aromatherapy, homeopathic healing, culinary applications (food grade only), and in the manufacture of cosmetics, soaps, lotions, balms, natural household cleaners, and even insect repellants.
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November 29, 2017
Safe enough to use directly on the skin, this is a great essential oil to have in the pantry for aches and pains. I have several customers that benefit from its use through creams, rubbing it on their arthritis and rheumatoid arthritic joints, giving them quite a bit of relief. Great product!

LorAnn Response: Thank you for your feedback. We would like to point out that undiluted essential oils can cause skin irritation. Most should be diluted in an agent, such as a carrier oil, before applying to the skin. Please visit our “Learn” page for more information on using and enjoying essential oils.
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sfk From United States
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November 28, 2017
it's strong
lost my wintergreen patty recipe. it contained wintergreen oil cream cheese and that's all i remember. any one have a recipe?

LorAnn Response: Please try our Creamy Holiday Mint Sparkle recipe or the Cream Cheese (Wedding) Mints recipe. You can use Wintergreen in place of Peppermint for that yummy flavor that you are looking for You may need to adjust the amount slightly to meet your desired taste. Use the search bar at the top of the page and enter Mint to easily find our mint recipes.
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