Black Pepper Essential Oil

$29.33

Best known for its ability to spice up meals and enhance the taste of foods, Black Pepper essential oil is a multi-purpose oil that has a variety of uses and benefits. The sharp flavor of Black Pepper makes it an ideal addition to meats, soups, and entrees. However, because of Black Pepper’s powerful chemical components, this essential oil is much more than just a handy spice in the kitchen, it has many health benefits too!

Primary Benefits

  • Provides antioxidant support*
  • Supports healthy circulation*
  • Aids digestion*
  • Enhances food flavor
  • Soothes anxious feelings*

**This is a 5 ml bottle

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Description

Black Pepper essential oil is a whole lot of amazing things packed into a potent drop. It is high in monoterpenes and sesquiterpenes, which are natural chemicals known for their antioxidant activity and their ability to support the immune system when needed most.* When Black Pepper essential oil is orally ingested, a sesquiterpene called caryophyllene helps the body support healthy cell function.* Internal use of Black Pepper essential oil can also promote healthy circulation,* but when used topically, it should be applied with caution due to its powerful warming sensation. Black Pepper essential oil is a diverse oil that provides many physically and mentally stimulating properties essential to promoting human health.

Black Pepper Essential Oil Uses and Benefits
  1. One of Black Pepper essential oil’s unique qualities is its ability to provide warm sensations when applied topically. This factor makes it a perfect oil to use in a relaxing massage blend. Create your own warming and soothing massage blend by combining one to two drops of Black Pepper essential oil with a carrier oil. Using Black Pepper essential oil in a massage blend not only provides warm sensations during a massage, its aromatic components also help enhance your relaxing experience.
  2. When used aromatically, Black Pepper essential oil can help soothe tightened emotions. To relieve yourself of anxious feelings, place a few drops of Black Pepper essential oil into a diffuser or inhale it directly to receive its aromatic benefits.
  3. When you combine Black Pepper essential oil with Juniper Berry oil and/or Cedarwood oil, its effects can be amplified, it can help produce a calming and grounding effect on your senses and emotions, and can help you destress and relax.
  4. Experiment in your kitchen by using Black Pepper essential oil in your next dish. Cooking with black pepper makes a really delicious steak, by adding a drop of Black Pepper essential to your steak marinade. Try adding Black Pepper essential oil to your meats, soups, or entrees to enhance food flavor and produce delicious results your taste buds will not easily forget.
  5. After an afternoon nap, apply a few drops of Black Pepper essential oil to the bottom of your feet for a stimulating wake up and clearing out the hazy fog feeling. Black Pepper will provide you with the boost you need to transition from your sleepy state to a ready-to-go mentality.
  6. Black Pepper essential oil contains many natural chemicals that are important in supporting natural functions of the body. Some of these chemicals include monoterpenes and sesquiterpenes, which are known for their antioxidant activity when ingested and  can support the immune system when needed most.*  Take internally by using a veggie cap and put one or two drops of Black Pepper.
  7. Cold Feet? Apply one drop of Black Pepper essential oil to a carrier oil and apply to the bottom of your feet before you take your winter walk.  Black Pepper’s chemical makeup allows for a warming sensation to overcome the area where it has been applied topically. This factor makes it a perfect oil to use in a relaxing massage blend. Create your own warming and soothing massage blend by combining one to two drops of Black Pepper essential oil with a carrier oil.
  8. Black Pepper essential oil blends well with Bergamot, Clary Sage, Frankincense, Geranium, Lavender, Clove, Juniper Berry, Sandalwood, and Cedarwood essential oils for diffusion.
Fun Fact
In ancient Greece and Rome, black pepper was extremely popular and was even used as a medium of exchange.
Plant Description
Native to India, the black pepper plant is a climbing vine that can grow up to 10 meters high. The stem of the black pepper plant grows into a plentiful green column as the many shoots that grow from the stem begin to produce green, almond-shaped leaves. Growing next to these luscious leaves are clustered flowers and the fruit of the plant—the peppers. The peppers, or fruits, are round and can grow to be approximately 6 mm in diameter. These fruits turn from green to red and are picked at various times of their ripening stages to produce varying types of peppers. In order to produce black pepper, these tiny and rotund fruits are typically picked when they are fully grown, shiny, and green.

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