Black Pepper

CODE: 622

22.93

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Latin names : Piper nigrum
French names : Poivre, Poivre noir
Other English names : Pepper, Black pepper
Extracted from : Mature dried fruits


  • Pepper brings life wherever it needs be alive !
  • Have a good start in the morning for a good day : 2-3 drops of pepper oil under your feet.
  • When libido is lowered..., massage your tummy with pepper oil and lick one drop off you hand as well.
  • Cheese, Swiss fondue, Cheese soufflés, mozzarella salad and cheesy pizzas ? Pepper supports digestion (especially of dairy products).
  • The flavour of the oil is far stronger than that of the beans : clearly superior when it comes to the balance between hot-spicy and pepper flavour. And therefore  easily used in meat sauces, pasta, fruits salads or chocolate.


Pepper climbs up always higher. It can reach 4 feet high thanks to the trees it grows on. It chooses trees with rough bark, chipped or grooved to facilitate the ascent. 

On thin branches, themselves on thin stems, alternate leaves unfurl in the form of large drops of water which go up to heaven and in all directions. Their impetus is reinforced visually by ribs in the direction of the blade. The fruits (or seeds) come in clusters. They are made from small green ball-fruits. They are clustered like garlic braids.

As it is of particular importance, it gave its name to the entire botanical family: the pipericaceae. Culinary and medicinal use in India dates back (with paper records) 2,000 years BC. In 1213 BC also, a grain in each of the nostrils of Ramesses II completed his mummification. Apparentlypepper does not make everybody sneeze ...!
From the beginning, the Roman Empire used to send over a hundred ships a year away to India to bring pepper back. Even if the risky journeys lasted more than a year...

The Arabs, during the conquest of Alexandria in 642, started trading pepper in Europe. European countries used to build entire fleets to monitor this market and bring the precious spice back to their population. Indeed, people suffered of much less
intestinal illnesses from infectious food. It was worth gold.  

Pepper was always a spice luxury even if stands on all tables today. They say for example that in the Middle Ages it was used to mask the taste of tainted meat. Yet the people who could actually afford to buy pepper, probably had no problem preserving and eating unspoiled meat. Its luxury exceeds its flavour: medicinal since ancient times, aiding the absorption of many micronutrients (vitamins B, selenium, beta-carotene ...) So keep your spices in the dark and your essential oil (less fragile) at hand.

Warms up globally: body and potential blackheart.
Brings life, vitality, or even both.
Makes more joyful, happy, jumpy.
Improves concentration and liability.
Increases self-confidence and faith in own tasks : brings certainty.
Helps to digest emotions.
Improves bad self-image.
Stimulates libido - would indeed make dead volcanoes erupt again.
To drop inhibitions (not crazily like alcohol but in a more subtle manner which preserves noble goals)

Stimulant pancréatique, Stimule le pancréas exocrine
Digestif, Apéritif
Tonifiant, Tonique, Stimulant
Aphrodisiaque
Immunostimulant, Stimulant immunitaire
Anti-inflammatoire
Artériotonique, Tonique artériel, Tonique de la micro-circulation artérielle
Rubéfiant, Augmente l’afflux sanguin localement, Préventif d’engelures

Antirhumatismal
Antalgique
Antistress adaptogène
Antitartre, Combat le tartre
Antihalitosique, Combat la mauvaise haleine
Antifongique, Antimycosique
Vulnéraire, Cicatrisant, Participe de plusieurs façons à la guérison de plaies
Carminatif, Facilite l’expulsion de gaz intestinaux
Rééquilibrant de la flore intestinale
Anti-odontalgique, Antalgique dentaire, Diminue les douleurs dentaires
Fébrifuge-sudorifique, Diminue la fièvre après l’avoir fait monter un peu d’abord
Antinévralgique
Spasmolytique, Antispasmodique
Décongestionnant prostatique

Digestion lourde, Indigestion, Repas copieux, Manque d'appétit
Fatigue générale, Coup de pompe, Surmenage
Fatigue sexuelle, Désintérêt sexuel
Maladie infectieuse, Faiblesse immunitaire, Immunodéficience
Inflammations, Tendinite, Ligamentite, Arthrite
Echauffement sportif
Rhumatismes, Arthrite, Arthrose
Courbatures, Douleurs musculaires
Insuffisance artérielle locale
Prévention d’engelures
Stress
Tartre dentaire
Mauvaise haleine, Halitose
Mycose unguéale, Mycose cutanée
Lésions musculaires, Lésions tendineuses, Lésions ligamentaires, Lésions tissulaires
Plaies, Coupures, Cicatrices, Abrasions, Egratignures
Ballonnements, Gaz intestinaux, Crampes intestinales
Dysbiose intestinale, Déséquilibre de la flore intestinale
Douleurs dentaires
Fièvre, Etat fébrile
Névralgie, Douleurs neurologiques
Syndrome de Raynaud
Prostatisme, Hyperplasie bénigne de la prostate, Congestion prostatique

Makes Pitta sparkle
Takes Kapha's weight away
Clarifies Vata when paralysed by choice-making and its potential skills.

High variability
Monoterpenes (l-limonene, beta-pinene, delta-3-carene)
Sesquiterpenes (beta-caryophyllene, beta-selinene, beta-bisabolene)
Oxides (caryophyllene oxide)
Ketones: traces up to 2% (acetophenone, hydrocarvone, piperitone). No toxicity within physiological dosage.
Furanocoumarins (alpha-bergamotene). No photosensitivity has ever been observed.

        Batch,  PEP2005/2432   (PDF,  333 Ko, French)

        Batch,  PEP2001/5232   (PDF, 436 Ko, French)

        Batch,  WPE2001/2413  (PDF,  298 Ko, French)

        Batch,  PN401K091653  (PDF, 462 Ko, French)

        Batch,  PEP1001/1        (PDF,  820 Ko, French) Flower water

        Batch, PN401L101263    (PDF, 462 Ko, French)

Slightly dermocaustic; not always well tolerated on skin.
No other contraindication within physiological dosage.
No problem for those who can not tolerate spicy food (no piperidine).
Keep out of reach of children.
Children and pregnant women: no other contraindication within physiological dosage.

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