The pink peppercorn is actually a fruit from the Schinus
molle tree, a tall evergreen tree. The ancient Incans
considered this tree and its small pink fruits sacred, and
lined the perimeters of their temples and palaces with them.
While similar in appearance to a black peppercorn, Pink
Pepper is actually unrelated to true pepper.
• Combine two drops with Fractionated Coconut Oil for a
• Add one to two drops to a glass of water after enjoying a
• Inhale or diffuse for a quick pick-me-up.
• Blend with citrus or floral oils to create an invigorating
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Diffusion: Use three to four drops in the diffuser of choice.
Internal use: Dilute one drop in 120mL of liquid.
Topical use: When used topically, dilute 1 drop with 5-10
drops of carrier oil to minimize skin sensitivity.
Plant Part: Fruit
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Aromatic Description: Spicy, fruity, slightly woody
Main Chemical Components: Limonene,