Native to the foothills of the Himalayas, black pepper is traditionally cultivated in Madagascar, on the Malabar coast.
Appearance: mobile liquid
Color: colorless to blue-green
Odor: spicy, woody, spicy, aromatic
Distilled parts: Berries
Country of origin: Madagascar
LIMONENE, TRANS-CARYOPHYLLENE (BETA), PINENES
Intestinal digestive, stimulates the digestive glands
Analgesic, analgesic, anti-inflammatory
General tonic, nervous balancing
Digestive and hepato-pancreatic insufficiency
Headaches related to digestive disorders
Muscle and joint pain
Respiratory tract disorders
Diluted in an HV, massage on the stomach for digestive disorders, muscle massage for athletes.
A drop in the painful tooth.
Orally to stimulate the digestive system.
Sports massage: in association with the EO of lemon eucalyptus, in an HV of arnica.
To stimulate hepatic functions, in association with the EO of rosemary verbenone.
Energetic values and synergies
Restores strength, courage and self-confidence. Help to regain the desire to live (elderly people in particular).
Help to become aware of repressed anger and to better manage it. Develop acceptance and letting go to let events come without anxiety.
Flammable. Oral use on medical advice. Keep out of the reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. Not recommended for children under 3 and pregnant or breastfeeding women. Do not apply to the skin before sun exposure. Food use possible. Do not use pure on the skin.
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