- With a mildly fruity and peppery flavor, you can use Pink Pepper in place of ground black pepper to flavor meats, sauces, and other dishes. With a more subtle peppery flavor than Black Pepper oil, it has similar benefits in that it can support a healthy digestive system when used internally.*
- Taking Pink Pepper internally means that you’re taking advantage of a variety of benefits. Among these, you can support a healthy respiratory system and healthy immune function and response by adding Pink Pepper to water or even to your own homemade chai tea.*
- Every benefit an oil possesses depends on its unique chemical components. The combination of the chemical components Limonene and α-Phellandrene in Pink Pepper may work with your body to soothe and relax the nervous system when used internally.* Limonene may also help support healthy blood sugar and cholesterol levels already in the normal range.*
- Being able to maintain a healthy weight is closely tied to how well your body burns calories, also known as your metabolic rate. Add Pink Pepper to at least four ounces of water and drink to give your healthy metabolism the support it needs.*
- Our cells are the building blocks that make up our entire body. The amazing thing about essential oils is that they are active at this microscopic, cellular level of our bodies. Pink Pepper, like Frankincense, can help you maintain healthy cellular function and overall cellular health.*
- Customize any massage by combining one to two drops of Pink Pepper with Fractionated Coconut Oil to soothe the body.
- We all encounter grogginess and brain-fog as part of life. When you need to feel alert in order to get back on track, diffuse or inhale the scent of Pink Pepper.
Ancient Incans used the oil from the feather-like leaves of the pink peppercorn tree in early mummification techniques.
Oils that Blend Well with Pink Pepper OilCitrus or floral oils blend well with Pink Pepper, and create an invigorating aroma. In addition, Frankincense, Clary Sage, Eucalyptus, Lavender, Spearmint, and Patchouli are all excellent options when you want to create a blend with Pink Pepper.
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