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Common Name: Black Pepper

Synonyms: Piper, pepper

Latin Binomial: Piper nigrum L.

Family: Piperaceae

Production Method: steam distilled, an oleoresin is also made by solvent extraction.

Countries of Origin: India, Indoesia, Malaysia, China, and Madagasgar


Description of Oil: Clear to pale greenish in color with a fresh, dry-woody, warm-spicy odor.

Description of Plant: A perennial vine native to southern India and Indonesia that climbs to about 5 m, it bears dark green leaves, white flowers and red fruits.

History, Folklore and Myth: A very old and revered spice, black pepper was used in India over 4000 years ago mainly for liver and urinary disorders. So popular in Rome, it was used  to pay taxes.

Properties and Uses: Analgesic, Antiemetic, Aphrodisiac, Cardiac, Detoxifying, Digestive, Stimulant, and Tonyifying

Precautions and Contraindications: Avoid oxidation by storing in the refridgerator.

Piper nigrum
Steam Distilled

Non-toxic at low levels. Possible skin irritant. High levels may damage kidneys.

Black Pepper Essential Oil Profile

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