Black pepper essential oil (Piper Nigrum) symbol of virility and power, in ancient times it was also used as a coin with the name of black gold.
It is recognized by the Ministry of Health as an antioxidant and promoter of cardiovascular well-being. It has digestive properties, regulates gastrointestinal motility and has a carminative action.
In Aromatherapy it is used to prevent chilblains, stimulate circulation and soothe muscle pain.
It is used as an ingredient in remedies to fight cellulite as it is lipolytic and stimulates the metabolism and blood and lymphatic circulation. It is thought to facilitate the elimination of organic toxins, activate thermogenesis by helping the transformation of fat into energy and promoting the elimination of fat deposits and localized fat deposits.
It is a strong antibacterial and antioxidant. It is also used to deal with gastrointestinal problems.
Left in closets it has been observed to act as an insect repellent.
In the kitchen it gives the scent of spice without the spicy part, suitable for cooking with children without giving up pepper.
Very delicate, we also recommend it in desserts and syrups. Try it in its version Essential Spray
It helps to center the personality, completing and giving continuity to the actions undertaken.
- Room diffuser: choice between 3 and 6 drops in 100 ml of water. We suggest accompanying it with other essential oils
- Bath tub: 5/ 7 drops of essential oil emulsified in coarse salt or milk or cream or honey to put in hot water (used to prevent the oil from volatilizing due to the heat)
- Massage: we recommend diluting a few drops of essential oil in a spoonful of oil through
- Food use: we recommend 1 drop every 3/400 gr. of food to be flavored to add at the end of cooking (we suggest always starting from the lowest recommended dose to possibly increase the drops in the future).
This essential oil also goes very well in some cocktails
Warnings: Non-toxic essential oil, used in high concentrations can cause irritation.
If in doubt consult a doctor/pharmacist.