Black Pepper Organic Essential Oil
Organic Black Pepper has a dry, fresh, woodsy scent with a hint of floral. This warm, mild scent will remind you of fresh, ground peppercorns. The scent can be strong on its own, but can be toned down by adding it to a blend or diffusing with other oils it blends well with such as Bergamot, Frankincense, and Rosemary. Organic Black Pepper is a favorite to use on aching joints or muscles after exercise or from normal wear and tear. It is another oil that works well when digestive upset such as queasiness, bloating, or discomfort arise.
- We carry the 5 ml size - Expect 2-3 days for delivery
- Other sizes are special order and require 5-7 days for delivery
Properties of Black Pepper Organic Essential Oil
- Smells like fresh, ground peppercorns
- Dry, fresh, woody scent with a hint of floral
- Blends well with other oils
- A favorite to use on aching joints or muscles
- Helps with digestive upset
- Stimulates circulation
Dilute using a 3-5% ratio with your favorite Plant Therapy carrier oil to create a massage blend for aching joints and muscles. Apply topically in circular motions on the affected areas.
Using the same ratio with a carrier oil apply in a clockwise motion on the abdomen to help during digestive upset.
- Botanical Name - Piper nigrum
- Country of Origin - Sri Lanka
- Extraction Method - Steam Distilled
- Plant Part - Fruits
- Strength of Aroma - Medium
- Aroma Scent - A dry, fresh, woody scent with a hint of floral
- Aromatic Scent - A sweet, fresh, green scent with a balsamic undertone
- Blends Well With - Bergamot, Copaiba Balsam, Cypress, Frankincense Serrata, Geranium Egyptian, Juniper Berry, Rose Absolute, Rosemary 1,8-Cineole, Sandalwood Australian and Vetiver
- KidSafe® - Yes
- Cautions - None known
How Aromatherapy Works
The theory is that aromatherapy activates areas in your nose called smell receptors, which send messages through your nervous system to your brain.
Essential oils may have an effect on emotions because they activate areas of the brain like the limbic system. The other effect is on the hypothalamus, which may respond to the oil by creating feel-good brain chemicals such as serotonin.
According to WebMD, you shouldn't use aromatherapy instead of your regular medical treatment. But for some conditions, research shows that aromatherapy can have health benefits.
This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Bottles are filled by volume. Some bottle sizes may not be filled to the top, but do contain the volume of oil specified.