Black Pepper Essential Oil has an unexpected amount of uses and is surprisingly commonly used in aromatherapy. Dried peppercorns from the vine known as piper nigrum produce these wonderous pellets of spice.
Massage therapists may use black pepper oil (diluted of course, normally in olive oil!) to create a warm stimulating effect that can penetrate deeper muscles and joints.
A study done in 1994 suggests that black pepper essential oil when inhaled, can reduce cigarette cravings and the associated anxiety that can come from withdrawl.
Warming - Perhaps best in winter time, with a warming spiciness that envelops the body.
Stress - Studies suggest that Black Pepper essential oil may reduce smoking cravings and stress when inhaled.
[additional1] HOW TO USE [title] For small diffusers, two to three drops. For medium to large diffusers, four to five drops.
Store away from sunlight in a cool room or cupboard. Expiration is within two years of purchase.
[additional2]INGREDIENTS [title] 100% Pure Black Pepper Essential Oil [/additional2]
[additional3] CAUTIONARY [title] Not to be taken whilst pregnant. Take caution when using around pets or children. [/additional3]