Pink Peppercorn essential oil

Scientific Name: schinus molle

Family: Anacardiaceae

Origin: Peru


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Fresh, diffusive, dry, warm, sweet-spicy aroma with a faint floral note

Primary Constituents:

B-Myrcene, a-Phellandrene., p-Cymene.,delta-Cadinene.,Limonene. B-Phellandrene.

Traditional Aromatherapy use:

Pink pepper is botanically unrelated to black pepper, but is used in many of the same ways as both a spice and essential oil. Schinus molle L. has been used in folk medicine as antibacterial, antiviral, topical antiseptic, antifungal, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-tumoural as well as antispasmodic and analgesic properties.

Immune system: Pink Peppercorn is commonly noted for microbial issues.

Research on Pink Peppercorn (schinus molle) :

Antioxidant, antimicrobial and toxicological properties of Schinus molle L. essential oils

Antimalarial Activity of Aqueous and 80% Methanol Crude Seed Extracts and Solvent Fractions of Schinus molle Linnaeus (Anacardiaceae) in Plasmodium berghei-Infected Mice.

Schinus molle essential oil as a potential source of bioactive compounds: antifungal and antibacterial properties.

Immunotoxicological Evaluation of Schinus molle L. (Anacardiaceae) Essential Oil in Lymphocytes and Macrophages.

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