Black pepper

Black pepper

A spice used in Greek antiquity and a treasure used as a currency in the Middle Ages. Cultivated since the 16th century, the pepper plant attaches itself to and wraps itself around trees with few leaves to support it. Its long spikes of flowers give rise to berries, which dry out after harvesting and become pretty little peppercorns. The essential oil extracted from it gives us all the strength of this beautiful tropical vine, with its warm and spicy aromas.

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The following summary is for information purposes only: it is a synthesis of the properties described in recognised aromatherapy books and/or in accordance with ancestral and popular traditions. The paragraph on properties* is taken from André Bitsas' Holistic Aromatherapy course. His courses are given in face-to-face and e-learning formats. It is in no way a medical information or a list of indications. Presentation Useful note: this is obviously the volatile part of pepper, without the "stinging" piperine. This EO is mainly composed of sesquiterpenes and monoterpenes. Other important molecules are found in trace amounts. Properties * Black pepper essential oil helps to expectorate. It is a digestive stimulant. It is analgesic (painkiller). It has a stimulating effect on all the functions of the body. It is an excellent aphrodisiac. Psycho-emotional level A warm and penetrating aroma with an invigorating action in two stages: the essential oil brings physical and emotional comfort, allowing the nervous and mental capacities (concentration, alertness...) to be fully released.

Bio
Yes
EMOTIONAL IMPACT
Free one's vital resources,  Promote lucidity and mental acuity
OLFACTORY NOTES
Fruity,  spicy
Slow cosmétique label
Yes
Wellbeing
General tonus & Energy,  Libido,  Muscular comfort,  Respiratory comfort,  Smooth digestion