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|BOTANICAL NAME||ORIGIN||CULTIVATION||METHOD OF EXTRACTION||SOURCE||NOTE||SOLUBILITY|
|Pimento officinalis||Latin America||conventional||Steam Distillation||Dried Fruit||spicy-sweet, clove-like aroma||insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol|
Allspice Oil is basically reckoned for its spicy aroma that resembles Cinnamon & Clove Essential Oils. The presence of high percent of Eugenol is mainly responsible for this resemblance in the aroma.
Allspice plant is a native of West Indies that is tall and has deep green leaves (flavors) with a white-gray trunk. This plant has small white flowers that blossom in spring and once it gets matured in summer; dark-purple colored berries develops. When dried, berries have the aroma of cloves, cinnamon and also nutmeg that is rolled into one. Fresh leaves can be used for its spicy flavor at the time of cooking.
A Brief History of Allspice Oil
• The leaves of Allspice plants were widely in demand in Dominican Republic for the preparation of tea that further helps in reduce vomiting issues.
• In Western herbal medicine, Allspice Oil was used to make plasters in order to treat neuralgic and rheumatic pain.
• Allspice oil was first acknowledged in the year 1898 by the British Pharmacopeia.
• Mayan Indians made use of Allspice, for embalming the body of reputed leaders for many centuries.
• Widely used for Christmas recipes, Allspice oil was also in great demand for boosting digestion after having heavy meals.
• Historically, Allspice Oil was used to cure rheumatic pain, gastrointestinal problems, toothache and cramps.
• Allspice Oils have excellent properties such as antidepressant, stimulant, astringent, antiseptic and depurative.
• Essential Oils extracted from Allspice oil is used for treating different respiratory issues.
• It shows a positive effect on the cancerous as well as degenerative diseases.
• Allspice Oil is often used for providing relief from muscle pain as well as rheumatic pain.
• Allspice Oil is widely used earlier and at present for curing digestive disorders.
General Precautionary Measures!
• Avoid using Allspice Oils internally as it is only meant for external use.
• Always perform a skin patch test before you external use of Allspice Oil.
• Allspice oil is concentrated in nature and therefore, it should be diluted with suitable carrier oil before its topical application on the skin.
• Nursing mother and pregnant ladies should consult to the doctor before using Allspice Oil.
• Use Allspice oil on children only if an authentic health care provider has recommended for it.
• Avoid using Allspice oil in the mucous membrane and eyes.