BLACK PEPPER ESSENTIAL OIL
Size: 5 ml. violet glass bottle
Botanical Name: Piper nigrum
Method: Steam distillation from certified organic pepper berries
Black Pepper essential oil is mentally stimulating and reviving. It opens the electrical energy flow throughout the body. Through feedback loops within the nervous system, Black Pepper may act as a sedative or a stimulant, depending on the body’s current state. It has an affinity for the throat, third eye, and solar plexus energy centers.
Notes: Black Pepper has been around for over 2,000 years; when diluted properly, it is one of the best massage oils to use from the plant kingdom.
Homeopathic Properties: Analgesic • Anti-bacterial • Anti-Cancer • Anti-convulsive • Anti-emetic • Antioxidant • Antiseptic • Anti-spasmodic • Anti-toxic • Aphrodisiac • Cardiac tonic • Carminative • Carminative • Diuretic • Febrifuge • Laxative • Relaxant: muscles • Rubefacient • Stimulant: spleen, circulatory system • Stomachic
Top note: Musky, smoky, fruity, spicy, camphoraceous, green notes
Heart note: Smoky, spicy, camphoraceous, green
Base note: Smoky
Classification: Top or heart note
Tenacity: Low Black pepper essential oil adds a spicy note to florals, such as carnation, chamomile, sweet clover absolute, etc. It has a warm, bright and friendly aroma that is appealing to nearly everyone.
Internal–oral in homeopathic dilution, inhalation with caution
External–topical, massage, spinal compress, skin application
Observations and Anecdotal Information
Black pepper essential oil is one of the greatest massage oils from the plant kingdom. It stimulates circulation, soothing muscle pain, arthritis, and neuralgia. It even relieves the pain of certain injuries, such as sprains, bruises, and contusions, as long as the skin is not broken.
It stimulates the heart and increases muscle tone. It also stimulates the digestive system, liver, and pancreas.
Black Pepper is a great choice for enhancing weight loss and reversing cellulite condition. It stimulates the cleansing of toxic accumulation from body tissues. It also increases urine production, and helps genito-urinary system infections.
Black Pepper lends itself to be a major catalyzer, enhancing the synergy of blends and increasing the potency of other oils. It carries both stimulating and sedative effects, depending on what is needed by the body.
• Avoid during pregnancy and lactation.
• Black Pepper essential oil can irritate mucus membranes when diffused, for sensitive individuals. Blend it with other oils to reduce this effect.
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