Black Pepper Essential Oil

Black Pepper Essential Oil

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Black Pepper Essential Oil

Active Ingredient: β-Caryophyllene: 24.2%, d-3Carene: 14.2%

Botanical Name: Piper Nigrum

Plant Part: Dried Berries

Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

Origin: India

Description: This climbing woody vine uses trees or other supports to grow to about twenty feet high but is normally kept to about 12 feet for commercial purposes and has a lifespan of about twenty years.

Color: Colorless to greenish liquid.

Common Uses: Black Pepper Essential Oil can be used in the treatment for pain relief, rheumatism, chills, flu, colds, increase circulation, exhaustion, muscular aches, physical and emotional coldness, nerve tonic, and fevers. The therapeutic properties include the following: analgesic, antiseptic, anti-spasmodic, anti-toxic, aphrodisiac, digestive, diuretic, febrifuge, laxative, rubefacient, tonic (especially of the spleen).

Consistency: Thin

Note: Middle

Strength of Aroma: Medium

Blends well with: Bergamot, Clary Sage, Clove Bud, Coriander, Fennel, Frankincense, Black Pepper

Geranium, Ginger, Grapefruit, Lavender, Juniper, Lemon, Lime, Mandarin, Sandalwood, and Ylang-ylang.

Aromatic Scent: Black Pepper Essential Oil has a strong, sharp, spicy smelling oil. It is faintly reminiscent of clove oil.

History: The word pepper is derived from the Latin word piper, which in turn is taken from the Sanskrit word pippali. It has been used since the times of the Ancient Romans and Greeks and even the Turks levied a tax on pepper, while the French, Portuguese and Dutch often went to war in the middle ages to fight for this lucrative trade from the Far East.

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Cautions and Guidelines for the Use of Essential Oils

 Essential Oils are in very high concentrations and should never be ingested as stated by the governing bodies

 Essential Oils have the potential to cause severe skin sensitivities and should be appropriately diluted with a suitable carrier oil before application to the skin. This includes using essential oils in a bath as water and bath salts are not a suitable dilution method for essential oils

Avoid getting essential oils into eyes, ears, nose and other body openings, if essential oils does get into eyes, ears, nose or other body opening flush with milk, if stinging persists seek medical attention

If you are medically compromised or taking multiple medications consult with your healthcare practitioner prior to use

If you are pregnant or lactating consult with your healthcare practitioner prior to use

Prior to using Essential Oils with infants, children, the elderly or persons whom are ill consult your medical practitioner

All Essential Oils should be kept out of reach of children and pets

If you suspect a child or pet has ingested essential oils immediately contact poison control

Do not use essential oils directly on your pet, do not let your pet ingest any essential oil, do not enclose your pet with any type of diffuser, observe your pet for any difficulty breathing

For further information regarding the use of essential oils around pets please contact your Veterinarian

Citrus essential oils can increase sun sensitivity avoid use within 12 hours of sun or sunbed exposure

If an essential oil is oxidised appearing cloudy it can cause increased skin sensitivity

Oxidised essential oils may be used in diffusers or cleaning purposes

All information provided is for educational purposes and not as medical advice

 

For further information regarding the safe use of essential Oils visit the listed websites:

Canadian Federation of Aromatherapists  https://www.cfacanada.com/

National Aromatherapy Holistic Association    https://naha.org/

Alliance of International Aromatherapists  https://www.alliance-aromatherapists.org/

British Columbia Alliance Of Aromatherapy http://bcaoa.org/

Canadian Veterinary Medical Association

https://www.canadianveterinarians.net/documents/cats-and-essential-oils