Black Pepper

  • The essential oil has a spicy, warm, peppery and musky aroma.

  • Used as spices in food, medicinal uses, as a preservative, and in perfumery.

  • It works to reduce muscle of muscle and joint discomfort. 

  • It may help ease the discomfort of stomach issues.

  • Black pepper extract contains anti-virulence properties.

  • When taken internally, it promotes healthy circulation and is known to stimulate mucus and bile flow.

  • It has warming properties when taken internally and applied topically (SO DILUTE before applying topically!)

  • Mixing black pepper oil with cinnamon or turmeric essential oil can support circulation.

  • Black pepper oil may help reduce cravings for cigarettes.

  • It’s among the best essential oils for feeling anxious or anxious feelings and nervous conditions.

  • It helps supports the body's ability to remove toxins, reduce puffiness, water retention or irritation and to helps maintain an already healthy blood pressure naturally.

  • It’s a strong appetite stimulant.

  • Green pepper and black pepper essential oils are efficient in preserving food.





  • Black pepper oil can be inhaled directly, diffused at home, taken internally in small doses and applied topically.

  • When applied topically use small doses and dilute it with a carrier oil.

  • To support circulation, relieve cuts, scrapes, accidents, or inflamed tendons add 3–5 drops of black pepper oil to a warm compress and apply to areas of concern.

  • For constipation, diarrhea and gas, take 1–2 drops of black pepper oil internally or apply topically to the abdomen.

  • To aid respiratory conditions, take internally or inhale the oil directly from the bottle.

  • To relieve congested airways, apply 2–3 drops topically to the chest. (DILUTE w/fractionated coconut oil)

  • To reduce cigarette cravings, diffuse black pepper oil or inhale it directly from the bottle when having a craving.

  • To support during a detox or cleanse -  take 1–2 drops internally or apply 2–3 drops topically to the bottoms of the feet.

  • To add flavor to soups, stews, baked vegetables, salads and entrees, add 1–2 drops of black pepper essential oil.

  • Apply a drop to your wrist or foot to make sure you won’t have an adverse reaction before applying topically and always dilute - one palm of fractionated coconut oil to 1-2 drops of black pepper to start. Be conservative first and work your way up!


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*** You are not required to purchase oils on this call however I work with DoTERRA essential oils and those are the oils I refer to when I am sharing because of their rigorous testing standards.  I cannot vouch for other companies when it comes to purity and recommend that whatever company you use - make sure you understand their testing methods, their standards and be one to question always when it comes to taking care of what you and your family put in their body! ***


Mary Sabo