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Black pepper is warm, spicy, peppery, slightly citrusy with a dry woody earthy back note.
HOW IT WORKS?
Black pepper contains high quantity of caryophyllene, limonene, δ-3-carene, β-pinene, α-pinene, sabinene which inhalation stimulates cognitive brain functioning in relieving tightened nerves and provides clarity when feeling groggy after long hours of working, enhancing alertness. Hence, it is to be avoided before bedtime.
Studies have also shown that inhalation of black pepper’s volatile organic compounds is effective in reducing smoking withdrawal symptoms by delaying time before the next cigarette craving (Rose & Behm, 1994).
DO YOU KNOW?
Black Pepper, also known as “King of Spices” and “Black gold”, as it is the most common widely used spice in the world.
HOW IS IT EXTRACTED?
The essential oil of black pepper is extracted by steam distillation from the black peppercorns which were dried and crushed.