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PIMENTO BERRY/ALLSPICE ESSENTIAL OIL

Quick Overview

pimentoThe warm, spicy aroma of Allspice Essential Oil is similar to that of clove and cinnamon essential oils. The high content of Eugenol is partly responsible for this similarity. Pimento/Allspice Oil is a wonderful oil to use in the diffuser during the fall and winter.

Botanical Name: Pimenta officinalis

Our allspice oil is extracted from Pimenta dioica (also known as Pimenta officinalis), of the Myrtaceae family. It is also known as Pimento oil, Jamaica pepper and Pimenta.

Method of Extraction: Steam distilled

pimentoParts Used: Leaves/berries

Country of Origin: Jamaica

Cultivation Method: Wildcrafted

Blends Well With: Geranium, Ginger, Cistus / Labdanum, Lavender, Neroli (Orange Blossom), Myrrh, Patchouli, Ylang Ylang.

Scent: Spicy and warm, like the spice

Contraindications: Dermal and mucous membrane irritation due to the high content of eugenol. Avoid during pregnancy. Use in low dilutions.

About the Oil

Pimento/Allspice oil is extracted from the leaf and the oil is yellow-brown in color and has a smell similar to cloves. The oil made from the fruit is pale yellow in color and has a fresh, warm, spicy smell. Allspice is so called pimento because it tastes like a combination of cloves, juniper berries, cinnamon and pepper.





Aromatherapy Notes

Although this oil is not one of the most popular oils in aromatherapy, it does offer a good range of therapeutic properties, and is a very nice "warming" oil - especially useful in rheumatism, chest complaints and to combat stress and depression.

Traditional Uses

It has been used traditionally to relieve aching joints and muscles.

Therapeutic Properties Described In The Aromatherapy Literature

Can be helpful for the digestive system, for cramp, flatulence, indigestion and nausea. It can help in cases of depression, nervous exhaustion, tension, neuralgia and stress.

Safety

Should only be used in low dilutions, as it is found to irritate the mucus membrane and to cause dermal irritation.

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