Botanical name: Schinus molle l.
Common Names: Pink Pepper, Pink Berry, Peruvian Pepper
Country of Origin: Peru
Plant part: Peppercorn Fruit
Extraction method: Steam
Aroma: Fresh, dry, warm, sweet-spicy aroma with a faintly floral note, a dry woody, slightly smoky undertone
Colour & Texture: Colorless to pale yellow liquid
Blends well with:
Common uses for essential oils
- Cosmetics (soaps, balms, creams, lotions etc.)
- Aromatherapy (perfumery, diffuser, vaporiser, burner, potpourri etc.)
- Household (laundry, housecleaning and room refreshing)
Avoid using essential oils during pregnancy unless you are under the supervision of a qualified practitioner.
As with all essential oils, never use them undiluted on mucus membranes and if applying an essential oil to your skin always perform a patch test (1% ratio) for topical use
Essential oils are perfect for diffusing. Add a few drops to your diffuser.
Above information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Keep away from children.
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