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Essential Oil - Pepper (Black)

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Botanical name: Piper nigrum
Color: Whitish amber to pale olive
Consistency: Thin
Perfumery note: Middle
Related planets/deities: Mars/Ares
Aroma: Fresh, spicy, woody
Energetic Properties: Warming, stimulating

Aromatherapy properties: A water-white to pale olive mobile liquid with a fresh, dry-woody, warm, spicy scent. It blends well with frankincense, sandalwood, lavender, rosemary, marjoram, spices and florals (in minute quantities). 

Spiritual uses: Black pepper oil is often used to relieve both physical and emotional coldness. It is mentally stimulating and can help the mind focus on everyday tasks and get things done. The black peppercorn is considered to have protective properties, and may be carried on the person or infused into purifying washes for the home. Thought to give the user emotional strength, courage, and warrior alertness, black pepper oil may help one stick to their priniciples in the face of disagreement or challenge from outside.  

Blends well with: In minute quantities, black pepper oil blends well with spice and floral oils such as Cardamon, Clove, Frankincense, Juniper, Lavender, Marjoram, Myrrh, Nutmeg, Rosemary, Sage, Sandalwood, and Vetiver

History: Black pepper is a very old spice that is native to South India, where peppercorns were sometimes used as money. Black pepper was a trade item in Greece and Rome, and used by the ancient Egyptians in the embalming process. Known today a ubiquitous table spice usually paired with salt, black pepper was once just as valued as a medicine throughout Europe and Asia. In one Buddhist text, black pepper is listed as one of the five medicines a Buddhist monk can carry on his person. During the colonial era, the Dutch, English and other European traders would even have naval battles over access to trade routes to India for black pepper, cardamom and other spices! From at least the 1840s, the English word “pepper” also referred to vigor or energy because of black pepper’s invigorating qualities; this word was later shortened to “pep”.

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Price: $21.99 

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