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Black Pepper Essential Oil
Black Pepper Essential Oil
Stimulating and highly antioxidant essential oil, black pepper essential oil also has high concentration of essential minerals as well as vitamins.


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Product Code: 3010EO

Description Ingredients
The essential oil is noted specifically for its action for digestive complaints - it is a powerful digestive stimulant and remedy for dyspepsia, flatulence, nausea and appetite loss.
Black pepper is good in warming liniment formulas - for aches and pains, along with poor circulation in muscles and joints. It is included in many massage blends to increase blood flow, and may also actually stimulate blood production as a tonic for the spleen.
Fun results can also be obtained when using the oil in natural perfumes. Try combining a small amount with lavender, frankincense, cedarwood, and wherever you would like a hint of spice. Considered an aphrodisiac by some, we find black pepper essential oil to blend very nicely with ylang ylang.
Black pepper has been used since antiquity in the culinary and healing arts. Indian monks had been prescribed seven to nine peppercorns a day in times of distant traveling - apparently it is a great energizer! In Chinese medicine, white pepper, from the fully ripened fruit, is used to treat malaria, cholera, dysentery, diarrhea and other digestive problems. In Greece it is used for fever and to support the stomach.

Black pepper essential oil can be used in your aromatherapy formulas and in perfumery. The essential oil is extracted from dried, fully grown yet unripe fruit of the pepper plant - a perennial woody vine with heart shaped leaves and small white flowers. A native to south west India, pepper is cultivated primarily in tropical climates.

15ml/ .5 oz
Additional Info
The essential oil obtained from black pepper possesses the aptitude to stimulate the mind and emotions and facilitates enhancement of stamina and aid awareness


Black pepper essential oil is said to be an excellent remedy for treating as well as preventing cold and flu. Add a few drops of black pepper essential oil to jojoba, and use it for a chest massage or rubbing on the feet during the cold and flu season and it will not only help to heat up the body, but also encourage blood circulation and boost up the immune system. This essential oil possesses analgesic (pain killing) as well as rubifacient (warming) properties, which makes it an important ingredient in massage oils used by sportspersons for treating throbbing muscles, aches and stiffness.

People suffering from nausea will benefit if they inhale black pepper essential oil. Take a tissue paper and put a couple of drops of this oil and breathe in its hot and balmy fragrance for one or two minutes. It will provide relief from nausea. According to the findings of a few researches, inhaling black pepper essential oil helps people desiring to quit smoking. In addition, the essential oil extracted from black pepper also possesses anti-inflammatory properties. As a result of this property, using this oil promotes blood circulation and also helps to generate warmth. It is known to be an effective remedy for chronic inflammation in body parts that are not warm or have a stiff and rigid sensation.

Black pepper essential oil is also effective in treating flatulence and constipation and stimulates the digestive system. If you are enduring any of the above mentioned problems, simply add a few drops of this essential oil to a suitable lotion and massage the blend on your tummy to get relief from flatulence, constipation as well as encourage digestion. It is important that this oil need to be used in a watered down state of one per cent, for instance, five to six drops of the oil for every ounce of the carrier oil.

Test for sensitivity.
Diluting this essential oil in vegetable or carrier oil before applying to the skin is recommended. The bottom of the feet is always the safest place to use and test oils, especially on children and those with known sensitivities or allergies. When using a new oil for the first time, do a skin patch on a small area of skin. Place a small amount of the diluted essential oil on the inside of your elbow and apply a bandage. Wait 24 hours to see if there is a reaction. Discontinue use if there is any form of reaction.For your health and safety always test first!

This oil may result in extreme skin irritation, therefore, dilution is recommended.

Although it may be used as a dietary supplement, it is advised not to use it in this manner for children under 6 years of age.

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