The rose-colored berry of the shrub Schinus molle, from which Pink Pepper Essential Oil is produced, is unrelated to the black pepper plant, but it has a spicy sharp scent reminiscent of crushed peppercorns with a touch of violet. Its presence in perfumes is confined to the top notes where it reveals its fiery temperament, but Pink Pepper Essential Oil piquancy is without bite
Pink Pepper Essential Oil Organic blends well with most other essential oils including other spicy oils, herbal, citrus and floral oils. It can be used as a substitute for Black Pepper Oil which is a popular additive to a beard oil.
Emotionally, Pink Pepper Essential Oil Organic acts as a stimulant and is a good choice for inclusion in blends intended to help enhance alertness and stamina. It is not an oil that you would generally diffuse on it’s own but rather as an oil included in your blends to give them a slightly spicy note.
Though it is botanically unrelated to black pepper, Pink Peppercorn Essential Oil is used in many of the same ways in aromatherapy and perfumery. The peppercorns themselves can be used in cooking instead of black pepper.
Schinus molle is native to the northern arid zone of South America and the Andean deserts between Central Argentina and Central Chile. However it was introduced in to Australia many years ago and production of the oil has been steadily growing to meet the demand for this exciting oil, especially from perfumers.
The peppercorns are harvested and allowed to dry before being steam distilled to produce this 100% pure essential oil
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Keep your Pink Pepper oil in a cool place below 30c. Out of the reach of children and not to be taken.