Black Pepper Essential Oil

Black Pepper is a condiment that is common and very popular all over the world. It is widely used in culinary applications. It taste is hot and has a mouthwatering aroma. Black pepper is scientific name is Piper Nigrum. And is the dried fruit of the pepper plant

Here are just a few benefits Of Black Pepper Essential Oil

Digestive: Black pepper is highly useful for your digestion as it stimulates the whole digestive system, starting from the salivary glands in the mouth all the way to the large intestine. Black Pepper also promotes secretion of digestive juices which helps facilitate digestion.

Antispasmodic: It aids in the relief of cramps, muscle pulls, spasms, or convulsions.

Carminative: Black Pepper Essential Oil helps prohibit gas formation in the intestines and stomach and aids in the removal of gas has formed in the stomach and in the intestines. It also helps impede any form of bacteria that are responsible for the formation of gas in the stomach and intestines.

Antirheumatic & Anti-arthritic:  Black Pepper is an amazing warming oil, all while it improves and stimulates circulation, thereby giving immediate relief for arthritis and rheumatism, predominantly during the cold winter months when the symptoms are always more aggravated. Black Pepper Essential Oil is also greatly effective in removing toxins, one being uric acid from the blood, in so doing, benefiting people suffering from arthritis, gout and chronic rheumatism.

Diaphoretic & Diuretic: When ingested (only ingest essential oils under the guidance of a qualified Aromatherapist) Black pepper oil, may increases sweating and urination. With that being said, both of these properties play a significant role in the removal of toxins from the body, by sweating you are clearing of the pores that are on your skin. Sweating and urinating help eliminate extra water and fat from your body as well.

Other Uses:

Black Pepper is also an amazing oil to help enhance alertness and stamina as it is a stimulation essential oil. This oil is a great oil to add if you need to perk up or add a little heat to a blend.

Some safety information: There is no special precautions when using Black Pepper Oil per Tisserand and Young although they precaution to avoid use of the oil if it is oxidized. As with any oil keep away from the eyes and nose, as it may cause irritation, sneezing, and burning of the eyes.

Blending: Black pepper oil can be blended with Lavender, Sandalwood, Mandarin, Ylang-Ylang, Juniper, Bergamot, Clary Sage, just to name a few.

The major constituents of black pepper essential oil are Limonene, Pinene, Myrcene, Phellandrene, Beta Caryophyllene, Beta Bisabolene, Sabinene, Linalol, Pinocarveol, Alpha Termineol, Camphene and Alpha Terpenene.  Black pepper is also rich in vitamins and minerals, some of which are Iron, calcium, vitamin-k potassium and selenium.


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