Black Pepper Essential Oil is very warming; make sure to dilute it properly. Due to its anti-inflammatory and analgesic nature, it is a great choice for arthritis sufferers, and can even help those with poor peripheral circulation. It supports the immune system and is a fantastic antioxidant. Try diluting Black Pepper Essential Oil into a carrier oil of choice and rub it onto your abdomen for constipation, gas, and indigestion.
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Analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiemetic, circulatory stimulant, warming, stimulates kidneys, decongestant, expectorant, vasodilator, febrifuge.
Relieves muscle and skeletal pain, arthritis, stimulates circulation, stimulates the digestive system, colic, indigestion, food poisoning, loss of appetite, respiratory ailments, toothache.
Overuse can overstimulate kidneys, skin irritant; do not use undiluted. Do not use in children under 6 years. Do not use in pregnant women. Do not use in lactating women.
*** As a company, we have chosen not to sell essential oil singles. We believe a properly formulated synergy amplifies the sum of all its parts. While each essential oil is fantastic on its own, it's as a team they become mighty; we like the science of blending. Because of this, I am often asked which retail essential oil company I trust for singles. Ancient Apothecary is a brand I trust: Black Pepper.
WARNING: These methods of use, properties, and indications have been gathered from many sources. This information is provided for informational purposes only. This information does not in any way constitute medical advice, or engage our responsibility. When seeking the use of essential oils for therapeutic purposes please consult a doctor for your safety.