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For many centuries back, people have been using spices of all sorts in order to treat a lot of health conditions. Since then, a main focus has been put on all spices, which include the ginger, cayenne pepper and turmeric, giving them the attention and popularity which they deserve for sure.

However, among all those spices, one stands out in particular. It is the black pepper and it can be used in a lot of different ways. The black pepper is somehow undermined or underrated by modern science, although it actually provides one of the biggest health benefits that a spice can give. Some ancient nations used to trade with black pepper, exchanging it as currency.

The black pepper itself is highly healthy, as well as beneficial for the body, but the oil from black pepper serves an even bigger role in the overall health aspect.


The black pepper in general is packed with a lot of health qualities, which include laxative, carminative, antibacterial, expectorant, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, diuretic, antiseptic, stimulant, antispasmodic, rubefacient, diaphoretic, febrifuge, as well as others.

Here are the health benefits of the black pepper essential oil:

– It soothes the stomach

The black pepper can trigger hydrochloric acid secretion in the gut, and as a result of that it can treat some diseases, such as colic, constipation, and diarrhea. The black pepper can also reduce the occurrence of gas and can boost healthy urination and sweating activity. By doing so, the toxins will leave your body very fast.

– It stimulates weight loss
The black pepper easily dissolves fat cells, which are stuck within the body and enables the body to dispose of them very easily.

– Skin health

You can also use the black pepper to diminish or prevent vitiligo which is a depigmentation disease that results in white skin patches.

– It improves breathing

The black pepper can also boost the airways performance and help with nasal congestion and sinusitis. It can actually get rid of the nasal mucus and phlegm found inside the lungs.

– It kills off bacteria

The black pepper also offers antibacterial qualities which will reduce the inflammation from insect bites. Furthermore, it also diminishes the arteries’ expansion and cleanses them from toxins.

– Antioxidant properties

The black pepper is also packed with compounds which prevent the spreading of free radicals, n that way keeping the body safe from some serious health problems, which include liver damage, cardiovascular irregularities and cancer as well.

– Neurological health

Because of the Piperine, which is a substance found in the black pepper, our organism has the ability to steer clear of brain damage and preserve its memory capacity to the fullest.

The black pepper oil can be used in many different ways and forms, which include inhalation, oral consumption, external application and something else.

– Oral consumption

The black pepper is often used as flavor enricher in the culinary world, in that way providing sesquiterpenes, which is actually a powerful antioxidant which improves the urinating and sweating process, that additionally destroys body toxins.

The black pepper oil also stimulates the bile secretion, in that way improving the digestion process significantly.

– Aromatically/inhalation

If you inhale the black pepper oil, your body will relax automatically and bring you serenity. You can also combine the oil with some lavender and juniper oil, in order to get some more favorable effects. This is especially important for people who smoke.

– Topical application

When you combine it with carrier oil, it soothes the muscles and also prevents cramps. In this way, our body receives antioxidant qualities, with the auric acid being flushed from the organism.
When the oil is applied externally, it can help those people diagnosed with gout, arthritis and rheumatism as well.

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