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Black Pepper Essential Oil

black pepper essential oil

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Black pepper, Piper nigrum is a flowering vine that is native to Southwestern India.

The black pepper plant may reach heights of 10 meters and has alternately arranged broad shiny green leaves. The small flowers are in dense slender spikes of about 50 blossoms each and these fruits are commonly known as peppercorns. The fruit is about 5 mm in diameter, contains a single seed and is dark red in color.

Common Uses
  • Makes the environment unfriendly for germs
  • Soothes muscle fatigue
  • Soothes joint discomfort
  • Supports body’s anti inflammatory function
  • Supports a healthy blood pressure function
  • Supports a healthy digestive function
  • Supports a healthy liver function
  • Supports a healthy metabolism function
  • Supports a healthy mental function
  • May stimulate appetite.
  • May help discourage smoking
  • Provides support for general fatigue
  • Aroma promotes an energizing mood
Common Modes Of Application
  • Diffuse
  • Topical (External, Diluted)
Intensity
Intense and spicy, use with extra caution.
Tips
If your stomach is feeling uncomfortable, perhaps after a heavy meal, you can try applying diluted black pepper essential oil on your abdomen for some relief.
Cautions
Keep out of reach of children. For external use only. Keep away from eyes and mucous membranes. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult a health professional prior to use. Use pure unadulterated essential oils only.

AttentionBased on public information, black pepper may affect the absorption and metabolism of drugs. If you are on medication, consult your doctor before using black pepper.