Black Pepper Oil

Black Pepper Essential Oil

Piper nigrum

Extraction Method: Steam Distilled from black peppercorn berries
Aroma: Crisp, Spicy, Warm
Origin: India

Black Pepper is the same spice that, in centuries past, spawned battles, and launched voyages. Today, it is one of the most widely used spices in the world. It's not only valued as a  culinary essential but also for its numerous medicinal attributes. Native to India, this flowering vine bears a small white blossom and, most importantly, tiny fruits known as drupes. When dried, drupes take on the familiar peppercorn which is steam distilled into the therapeutic Black Pepper essential oil.

Medicinal assets:

  • Black pepper contains essential oils; ¬†piperine, monoterpenes sabinene, pinene, terpinene, limonene, and myrcene, which gives pepper its bold character and warming effect to ease aching muscles, sore joints and arthritis.
  • Black pepper oil induces proper circulation, therefore, stimulates blood flow and reduces inflammation while delivering vital nutrients the applied area.
  • Analgesic, black pepper oil promotes relaxation, calm nerves and relieves pain.
  • Because of its antispasmodic properties, black pepper oil works to reduce muscle injuries, tendonitis, and symptoms of arthritis and rheumatism.

Added benefits and Uses:
The peppercorn fruit of the Piper nigrum vine creates a warm, woodsy, brilliantly spicy essential oil. Along with helping to reduce pain and inflammation, black pepper essential oil is a support to the digestive system, as well as a powerful agent in helping to reduce the presence of unwanted bacteria. This essential oil is useful when looking to promote healthy lung support and detoxify the body.

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