Black Pepper Essential Oil

Black Pepper Essential Oil

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Black Pepper Essential Oil 5ml
Black Pepper Essential Oil 15ml
Black Pepper Essential Oil 30ml
Black Pepper Essential Oil 100ml
Black Pepper Essential Oil 200ml
Black Pepper Essential Oil 500ml
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Quick Overview
Our Black Pepper essential oil is steam distilled from ripe pepper fruit grown in India. The essential oil benefits significantly from the cold distillation process, retaining more of its lovely spicy nature. May act to increase cellular oxygenation, can support digestion, stimulate the endocrine system, increase energy overall, may help with rheumatoid arthritis symptoms by increasing circulation.

Botanical Name: Piper nigrum

The Pepper plant is a perennial, woody vine with heart shaped leaves and small white flowers. Native to south west India, pepper is cultivated primarily in tropical climates such as Indonesia, Malaysia and Madagascar

About the Oil
This essential oil is distilled (using low temperatures and carbon dioxide) from dried, unripe fruit of pepper plants naturally grown in India.
Aromatherapy Notes
Our Black Pepper oil is a deep yellow color and has a soft floral top note followed by a delicate lingering spice with a hint of musky earthiness.

It balances well with lavender, frankincense, cedarwood, and wherever a hint of spice is desired in natural perfumes.

This 'supercritical CO2' extracted oil may be superior in aroma to the steamed distilled essential oil that is more commonly available, and therefore may promote more effective therapeutic results.

Traditional Uses
Black pepper has been used since antiquity in the culinary and healing arts.

As a stimulant, Indian monks were prescribed seven to nine peppercorns a day to increase their endurance while journeying on foot.

In Chinese medicine, it is used to treat malaria, cholera, dysentery, diarrhea and other digestive problems while in Greece it is used for fever and to support the stomach.

Therepeutic Effects

Analgesic, Antibacterial, Antimicrobial, Antispasmodic, Antitoxic, Aphrodesiac, Carminitive, Diaphoretic, Digestive, Diuretic, Febrifuge, Laxative, Rubefacient, Stimulant, Stomachic. (See Definitions.)

Digestive System:

  • Remedies dyspepsia and flatulence
  • Quells nausea
  • Stimulates appetite
  • Stimulates the spleen
  • Aids to relieve constipation

Muscles and Joints:

  • Warms and loosens tight muscles
  • Dispels aches and pains
  • Increases blood flow to areas in need of repair

Immune System:

  • Helps to fight colds, flus, infections and other viruses
Application and Use
A blend of Black Pepper and Basil in a carrier oils such as jojoba can act as an excellent massage blend to encourage circulation in muscles and joints.

Considered an aphrodisiac, Black Pepper essential oil blends very nicely with our Ylang-Ylang select essential oil to create an intoxicating perfume or massage blend.

Generally Black Pepper oil is non-toxic and and non-sensitizing, yet in high concentrations it can irritate skin. As with all essential oils, use only in moderation. If pregnant or breastfeeding, consult a physician prior to use.
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