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Black pepper essential oil

  • Latin name : Piper negrum

  • Distilled part : Berries

  • Origin :  East coast of Madagascar 

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  • Expectorant

  • Fluidizer

  • Pain medication

  • Aphrodisiac

  • Tonic

  • Lack of appetite

  • Bloating

  • Muscular and nervous fatigue

  • Rheumatic pain


How to use it?

  • Aphrodisiac massage
    Dermal route: 1 to 5 drops of essential oil diluted in a fluid carrier oil (sweet almond, moringa, sesame, etc.) in the lower back.


  • Fatigue: 1 to 5 drops of essential oil diluted in a fluid carrier oil (sweet almond, moringa, sesame, etc.) along the spine.

  • Digestive disorders Oral:
    2 pure drops in 1 teaspoon of honey or on bread crumb. Do not prolong more than 3 weeks. 

       Local route: 1 to 3 drops, 3 times a day massage on the stomach

This leaves essential oil surprises with its warm and very different aroma


  • People with epilepsy and asthma should seek medical advice before use.

  • This essential oil should not be used for an extended period of time without medical advice.

  • It is necessary to dilute your essential oil in a vegetable oil

  • This essential oil can be used in the kitchen if it is diluted beforehand in a fat


  • Authorized Users
    Adults and Youth
    Children over 6 years

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