How to safely use essential oil of Black Pepper and Clove
Spice oils can be extremely irritating on the skin but can be useful when well diluted for health concerns such as joint pains, muscle stiffness, and inhalation of black pepper oil to help smokers addicted to nicotine.
Ancient references to spices and their oils, called essential oils, were made over 3000 years ago in ancient Sanskrit medical literature.
Warming and soothing make these essential oils ideal for muscular stiffness and joint pains.
Aiding poor circulation it brings about a feeling of warmth to the skin through its rubefacient effect.
Diluting these oils well enough to bring relief to joint pains and muscle stiffness.
Greater dilutions are required when comparing these two essential oils to other essential oils for muscular stiffness and joint pains, such as juniper berry and sweet marjoram essential oils.
The ratio of 5 drops of Black Pepper essential oil to 1 teaspoon of base or carrier oil can be massaged into local areas of pain.
The ratio of 3 drops of Clove to a teaspoon of base or carrier oil can be massaged into local areas of pain.
Milder pain requires milder pain relieving essential oils such as Juniper berry and Sweet marjoram.
Would it not be nice to be pain-free????
These essential oils should Never to be taken internally. It should be obtained through our food intake.
These two spices can play a significant role in your life when used in cooking, as the essential oils are released during the cooking process.
Traditionally, the major medicinal use of pepper was in treating conditions of the gastrointestinal tract including stomach-ache, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, indigestion, and for aching limbs and arthritic disease.
Have you ever wondered when you sit down in the restaurant and your food arrived, the waitress immediately comes with the pepper grinder and ask if you would like fresh Pepper? After reading this article you will understand the benefits for your digestive system as mentioned above.
SMOKING WITHDRAWAL SYMPTOMS & THE USE OF BLACK PEPPER ESSENTIAL OIL
Research in 1994 by Rose J. & Behm F. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, confirmed the inhalation of black pepper essential oil vapors reduced smoking withdrawal symptoms. During their study of 48 smokers, reported the cravings during the withdrawal period were significantly reduced. Symptoms of anxiety were reduced.
ANTIBACTERIAL STUDIES OF CLOVE
Clove oil was found to be one of the top ten out of 50 oils with regards to antibacterial inhibitory properties. It was active 23 out of 25 bacteria in the study, conducted by Deans S. et al as early as 1987 Intl. J. of Food.
Another study found clove dispersed in a sugar concentrated solution had a marked germicidal effect against 5 strains of bacteria.
NEVER TO USE THE ESSENTIAL OIL INTERNALLY
Essential oils come from all over the world, and some countries ship the oils in large containers. Often shipped by the ocean for many months.
We need to be aware of the type of containers they are shipped in, and whether the containers are sterile.
We need to consider all these before even thinking of taking an essential oil internally.
HOW TO USE BLACK PEPPER AND CLOVE FOR HEALTH
My mom for many years used clove and black pepper in her stew and soups. And when we had upset stomachs she would put a few cloves in stewed apples to release the oil, or just a few cloves in a cup of warm water and we drank the water.