Allspice Essential Oil
Allspice Essential Oil

Allspice Essential Oil

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Pimenta officinalis syn. Pimenta dioica, steam distilled berries, from Jamaica.
Part Number: EOAllsp
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Botanical Name: Pimenta officinalis syn. Pimenta dioica
Country of Origin: Jamaica
Cultivation: Wildcrafted
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
Distillation Date: Mar 2020
Minimum Shelf Life: 4 years
Plant Part: Dried Fruit (Berries)
Perfume Note: Middle
Stimulating, warm, sharp, spicy, reminiscent of a pepper, nutmeg, clove, cinnamon, cardamom combination
Blends well with: Bergamot, Geranium Bourbon, Ginger Fresh, Guaiacwood, Lavender Bulgarian, Lemon, Neroli, Orange Sweet, Myrrh, Patchouli, Rose Bulgarian, Spearmint, Vanilla, Ylang Ylang III, Complete and Extra

Allspice essential oil, also known as the pimento berry, is a natural aromatic mélange of spices reminiscent of pepper, nutmeg, clove, cinnamon, and cardamom all rolled into one.  Allspice can also be called West Indian Bay, however Bay West Indies is a different oil that is mainly distilled from its leaves instead of its fruit.

Allspice is very stimulating, and thus its warming action makes a good addition in massage blends for muscular cramps, arthritic and rheumatic conditions.  The aroma of allspice is also noted as an aphrodisiac and makes a perfect addition to sultry blends as a spicy, sensuous middle note.

Pro tip: Add a trace amount to fruity, floral, or woody oriental accords for a seductive, voluptuous note. 

Batch specific GC/MS report of our Allspice essential oil is available. Select option during checkout to include it with your order.

Aromatherapy use: analgesic, antioxidant, antiseptic, arthritis, bronchitis, carminative, coughs, depression, mental exhaustion, flatulence, indigestion, muscle cramps, nervous tension, neuraligia, rubefacient, rheumatism

General use: Oil diffusers, potpourri, additive to massage oil, perfume, spa treatment oils and creams, incense, soap and candle making

Contraindications: Can be a dermal and mucous membrane irritant if not well diluted.

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