Black Pepper Essential Oil

Black Pepper is a climbing vine that grows red berries. It was originally a forest plant, and is now widely cultivated in India and Malaysia. The Essential Oil is steam distilled from the ripe peppercorns. Black Pepper Essential Oil has a strong, spicy, warm aroma.
Black Pepper was first known as a spice, and was a prized possession. It was first known by the Romans and the Greeks. The Europeans fought for control over Black Pepper. The Portuguese and Dutch had influence over Black Pepper in the East Islands.
Black Pepper Essential Oil acts as a circulatory stimulant, diuretic, expectorant, and strengthens the nerves. It is useful to increase circulation, stimulates the kidneys and acts as a diuretic, clears mucus from the respiratory system, and stimulates the mind.

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PRECAUTION: Use black pepper essential oil in low concentrations to prevent irritations.

Following are some Recipe Blends to try:

Personal Reactions to Black Pepper Essential Oil: Personally, I have to use Black Pepper Essential Oil in very low concentrations. It has a very intense mucus expectorant effect on me. Use the following recipes carefully and lower or higher the drops added to suit your personal reaction to Black Pepper Essential Oil.

Digestive Blend
Blend the following into 1 ounce of your favorite Carrier Oil
5 drops Black Pepper Essential Oil
5 drops Marjoram Essential Oil
5 drops Anise Essential Oil
Use 5 to 7 drops of your blend to lightly massage the stomach area.

Urinary Blend
Blend the following into 1 ounce of your chosen Carrier Oil
5 drops Black Pepper Essential Oil
5 drops Fennel Essential Oil
5 drops Parsley Essential Oil
Use 5 to 7 drops of your blend to lightly massage the kidneys. Place 8 to 10 drops into bath water and soak for at least 10 minutes.

Circulatory Blend
Blend the following into 1 ounce of Carrier Oil
5 drops Black Pepper Essential Oil
5 drops Marjoram Essential Oil
5 drops Rosemary Essential Oil
Use 5 to 7 drops of your blend to massage the arms, legs, and feet. Place 8 to 10 drops into your bath water and soak for about 30 minutes.

Respiratory Blend
Blend the following into 1 ounce of Carrier Oil
5 drops Black Pepper Essential Oil
5 drops Benzoin Essential Oil
5 drops Pine Essential Oil
Use 3 to 5 drops in an aroma lamp. Use 5 to 7 drops as a chest and/or upper back massage. Place 8 to 10 drops into your bath and soak for at least 15 minutes.

Emotion Blend
Blend the following into 1 ounce of Carrier Oil
5 drops Black Pepper Essential Oil
5 drops Lemon Essential Oil
5 drops Cedarwood Essential Oil
Use 3 to 5 drops in an aroma lamp. Place 8 to 10 drops into you bath and soak for 10 to 30 minutes.

If you feel that you need to decrease the drops of Black Pepper Essential Oil in your blend, just add more drops of the other oils in a recipe. A blend equals 15 drops.

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