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The pink peppercorn tree was considered sacred by the ancient Incans and they used all parts of it including its fruit to support health. Today, Pink Pepper Essential Oil is steam distilled from the fruit and continues to be used to support overall health and many bodily systems. It is also a fun way to put a twist on recipes that call for black pepper.
Pink Pepper is sourced in both Peru and Kenya and has made a huge impact in the lives of people in both countries.
- Substitute Pink Pepper Essential Oil for black pepper in recipes for a mild, fruity, peppery flavor. Use it to flavor meats, sauces, salad dressings, and other dishes. It has a more subtle flavor than Black Pepper Essential Oil.
- Add 1 drop of Pink Pepper per 4 oz of water or tea to help calm the nervous system and to support healthy digestive, respiratory, and immune systems.* You can also add 1-2 drops to a veggie cap and swallow.
- Take internally to reap the benefits from Pink Pepper's chemical components Limonene and α-Phellandrene. They 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 and give your healthy metabolism the support it needs.* It can also help maintain healthy cellular function and overall cellular health.*
- Take any massage to another level by combining one to 2 drops of Pink Pepper with fractionated coconut oil to soothe the body.
- Diffuse Pink Pepper to ward off grogginess.
- Place a few drops of Pink Pepper into your palms, cup your hands over your nose, and inhale deeply to promote feelings of alertness.