Black Pepper12.06.17- Meredith Liggio
You might ask yourself, “Why do I need to add this oil to my collection?” Well, it has several uses other than the first one that comes to your mind, which is fainting.
Historically, Black Pepper has been used for thousands of years for malaria, cholera, and digestive problems. The Egyptians used it in their process of mummification, as evidenced by the discovery of black pepper in the nostrils and stomach of Ramses II. It is said that Indian monks ate several black pepper corns a day to maintain their energy and stamina.
Black Pepper is steam distilled from berries found in Egypt, India, and Madagascar. It can be used aromatically, topically, and ingested.
Black Pepper is considered comforting and stimulating and good for the 1st chakra. It may stimulate cellular oxygenation, support digestion, stimulate the endocrine system, increase energy, and help rheumatoid arthritis. Apply to Vita Flex Points or directly on the area of concern, watching for skin irritation.
Black pepper is one of the most popular spices in the world and adds flavor and spice to our favorite recipes. Black Pepper Vitality can actually replace the pepper in your cabinet.
Overall, what is it good for?
- Healthy Digestive
- Stimulate cellular oxygenation
- Cooking enhancer
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Warm Bath on a chilly winter day
- 2 drops Black Pepper
- 2 drops Lavender
- 2 drops Juniper
Fill rest of tub with warm water.
- 1 drop Black Pepper
- 1 teaspoon of honey or in a 4 ounce beverage