Blackpepper (Kali Mirch) Premium Essential Oil
Black Pepper (Piper nigrum)
Fear of sneezing and eye irritation such as that which occurs with ground pepper may cause you to feel hesitant about trying black pepper essential oil. While its fragrance is similar to that of freshly ground peppercorns, it does not cause the same side effects ground pepper does. Its ability to increase stamina and alertness, paired with its value as a natural painkiller and circulatory system stimulant makes it a valuable essential oil to add to your medicine chest.
- Use in the bath or shower for absorption and aromatherapy benefits
- Diffuse for emotional and mental benefits
- Inhale directly for emotional and mental benefits
- Massage, diluted, for physical ailments
- Use with compress for muscle pain and stiffness
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Black Pepper essential oil can be a dermal irritant for sensitive individuals. Conduct a patch test before use. Overuse of this essential oil may cause sensitization and overstimulate the kidneys. Because it stimulates mental alertness, black pepper essential oil should not be used before sleeping. Do not combine black pepper essential oil with homeopathic remedies. Pregnant women should avoid black pepper essential oil.
- Avoid use with homeopathic remedies.
- Do not use if you are pregnant.
- May cause sensitization.
- May cause skin irritation.
- Not safe for children under 6.
Manage Diabetes and Hypertension Naturally with Black Essential Oil” While you shouldn't give up necessary prescriptions, you may be able to use black pepper essential oil to help manage your health. In a 2013 study reported the journal Advances in Pharmacological Sciences enzymes relevant to both hypertension and type 2 diabetes were positively affected by exposure to black pepper essential oil.
- Circulatory health