Much research has been done and is still being carried out by the University of Tasmania into the medicinal properties of Native Pepperberry. It has long been used for culinary purposes, it is recognized for it’s antimicrobial activity and the antioxidant capacity is higher than blueberries, protecting the cells from the damaging effects of free-radicals. Another must in your oil kit.
A rich, intense and powerful peppery scent, cinnamon, spicy, exotic, resinous and bitter.
Dilute with a carrier oil, such as Jojoba, always use between 1-2% maximum of essential oils to 98-99% carrier oil. An example is 20ml of Jojoba should have no more than four drops for 1% and eight drops for 2%. Never use 2% on the elderly or children. All children under three months should never have essential oils used on their skin.
Can be applied once diluted on the wrists and neck which aids in feeling happier and uplifted.
Can be used in an Aroma Diffuser, place water in the unit and then the required amount of drops, try 8-10, if you prefer a bit stronger add more, but use a lower amount first as you can always add, but not take away.
Can be used in therapeutic situations and if you are inexperienced with Essential Oils consult an Aromatherapist.
Can be used as a flavouring 1 drop per kg/L, antimicrobial & has bush tucker origins.
Tasmanian Native Pepperberry (Tasmannia Lanceolata)
Kunzea, Southern Rosalina, Lemon Myrtle, Blue Gum, Oakmoss and Citrus oils.
Keep out of reach of children and pets. If you are pregnant, nursing or have a physical illness, always consult your treating Dr, therapist or specialist. Avoid eye contact, inner ears and any sensitive areas. Skin application does increase UV sensitivity, so please avoid the full sun for 12 hours if applied to exposed areas.
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