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|BOTANICAL NAME||ORIGIN||CULTIVATION||METHOD OF EXTRACTION||SOURCE||NOTE||SOLUBILITY|
|Piper nigrum||India, Malaysia, Madagascar, China and Indonesia||Peppercorns||Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils|
Black Pepper Spice Oil is extracted from red fruit of the Peppercorn by the essential process of steam distillation from the Piper nigrum Linn herbaceous plant of Piperaceae family. The oil has thin and consistency likes that of water. The black pepper vine has heart like shape and has sharp and pleasant fragrance. Black Pepper has woody and dry undertone, and its major constituents are ß- pinene, caryophyllene and phellandrene.
Black pepper (Piper nigrum) is a flowering, climbing vine and it grows up to a height of around 32 feet. The round fruits that this plant bear grows with a diameter of around 0.25 inches and they start out green.
Uses and Benefits of Black Pepper Spice Oil
• Black Pepper Spice Oil is helpful in preventing cancer and its potency gets doubled when it is mixed with turmeric.
• The oil helps with digestion and by secreting hydrochloric acid. And, it helps in digestion of protein in the body.
• This oil is also helpful in relieving from cough and cold because of its antibacterial property. And, helps in fighting chest congestion that has been cause due to viral infection, flu or pollution.
• Consumption of Black Pepper Spice Oil is helpful in weight loss, in improving skin tone, and also helps in fighting depression.
General Precautionary Measures!
• You should not apply this oil internally and in undiluted form without consulting any professional aromatherapy practitioner.
• Those who are pregnant, or are suffering from liver damage or suffering from cancer or any other medical problem should consult a professional before using it.