October 21, 2020 2 min read

Where does Black Pepper essential oil come from?

Black Pepper essential oil, is produced from the fruit of the Piper nigrum plant, known to most of us as the peppercorn. Black Pepper is warm, spicy, and its quite a versatile oil.

What is Black Pepper essential oil used for?

Treat your Feet: Black Pepper is notoriously known for creating a warming sensation, thanks to constituents like limonene. On a chilly day, add a drop to your lotion and rub onto your hands and feet.

This scented oil might be peppy, but it adds a sophisticated spin to this cozy blend of oils. Ready to settle in for the night with a book or favorite show? Let peaceful vibes flow with this simple room spray filled with soothing essential oil scents.

  • 8 ounces water
  • 4 drops Lavender essential oil
  • 3 drops Vetiver essential oil
  • 3 drops Black Pepper essential oil

Did you know, Black Pepper essential oil is commonly labeled specifically for internal use? Black Pepper oil is an ideal substitute for ground black pepper in your recipes.

After you’ve crushed your workout, give your body what it kneads—a relaxing massage. We recommend adding a few drops of Black Pepper oil to your Massage Oil.

Massages are great for warming up, cooling down, or simply relaxing. Switch up your massage experience by dabbling in different essential oil combos or try massage oil.

Need a pick-me-up without the sugar crash? Sip on some naturally caffeinated NingXia Zyng, flavored with Black Pepper and Lime essential oils, wolfberry puree, and fruit juices for an amazing, refreshing taste!

Power through afternoon slumps with awakening aromas! Simply diffuse 3 drops each of Peppermint, Orange, and Black Pepper essential oils.