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Isn’t it funny how history twists and turns? Black pepper was once such an exotic spice that it was traded for it’s weight in GOLD, today it’s popular on every dinner table - and now it’s becoming exotic again, as an essential oil! Of course pepper oil has a long history too, but its modern affordability and the backing of scientific studies are behind it’s ever-growing popularity.
MUSCLE CRAMPS? Black pepper oil has an all-natural warming effect which boosts circulation, soothes aching muscles, reduces any spasmodic cramping and aids quick healing.
GETS RID OF GAS! Yes, one famous use is to reduce the bloating and discomfort of gas, with tummy rubs! Add to a carrier oil such as coconut, black pepper oil to create a rubbing lotion, which is also known to ease constipation.
NO MORE NAUSEA! Be it from pregnancy or a migraine, this oil works brilliantly with aromatherapy to sweep away nausea! THE AROMA is surprisingly floral, with little of the peppery bite you might expect from this steam-distilled Indian spice.
We’re sure you’ll absolutely adore this familiar, yet still exotic, essential oil.
How To Use: Typically this oil is used to relieve stiff or cramped muscles from exercise or stressed positions, rather than menstrual cramping, though it can offer some relief for that too. Mix quite generously and rub over the tummy, which can also help remove gas. For fighting nausea add a few drops to a warmer or diffuser. Add deSensua Black Pepper to your shopping cart and private collection right now, because your clients, and you, deserve the best!
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Size: 15 mL
Country of Origin: India
Botanical Name: Piper nigrum
Method: Steam Distilled
Safety Warnings: deSensua Black Pepper Essential Oil is of truly luxurious, professional purity, obtained entirely from black peppercorns (Piper nigrum), meaning it is highly concentrated. Dilute before applying to skin. Avoid contact with eyes, mouth or mucous membranes. Keep away from of children. Not for use in pregnancy. Good for localized spasmodic muscle cramping only, not for treating convulsions. Excess use can over-stimulate kidneys (back-ache). Topical use may increase appetite, sometimes a good thing!