Black pepper is a well known condiment throughout the world. It is normally used in cooking, because it tastes hot and its aroma is very appetizing. The black pepper is the dried fruit of the pepper plant, which has the scientific name Piper Nigrum.
History of the Black Pepper
The black pepper used to be very sacred, and was once used as a form of currency. It used to be more valuable than gold. It was one of the most valuable trade items exported from India to the rest of the world.
Main Components of the Black Pepper Essential Oil
Its main components include Pinene, Myrcene, Beta Caryophllene, Limonene, Beta Bisabolene, Sabinene, Linalol, Alpha Termineol, Alpha Terpenene, Pinocarveol, and Camphene. The black pepper is also rich in minerals and vitamins such as Manganese, Iron, Vitamin K, Phosphorus, Potassium, Calcium Beta Carotene, and Selenium. Its nutrients and components are the reason why it has a lot of impressive health benefits.
Benefits of the Black Pepper Essential Oil
The black pepper essential oil is highly effective for better digestion because it sitmulates the whole process.
It improves blood circulation, which means it can provide immediate relief for arthritis and rheumatism.
If it is ingested orally, black pepper oil can increase sweating and urination, which can both play an important role in removing toxins from the body. It can also disinfect the body and help it eliminate extra water and fat, which may lead to reducing weight, lowering the blood pressure, and making the body feel relaxed.
The oil has antibacterial properties, which means it is effective in curing bacterial infections in the mouth, digestive system, urinary tract, or your colon.
It can disinfect the food you add the oil to, which can protect them from bacterial infections for a long period of time.