Understanding the 'physical and emotional' chemistry with black pepper; the 'go-to' for many cooking recipes but did you know that this powerful, flowering vine - turned essential oil can be taken internally or used aromatically for a variety of health benefits such as shin splints, bummed knees, weight issues, addictions and works best with the nervous and digestive system?
Sharon goes in-depth about this amazing, multipurpose oil, plus, don’t miss out on - Kiera Wells's very helpful tip when it comes to Poison Ivy.
Black Pepper blends well with:
- Sandalwood and even Myrrh
Keep in mind, black pepper is an oil that you should dilute for young or sensitive skin when applying topically; we will also have a blog for you in the very near future regarding black pepper recipes so be sure to stay tuned.Let us know if you have any questions or 'tips & tricks' about this wonderful, multi-purpose product or if you have a topic you would love covered in a future Golden Drop call in the comments below!
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