Viral, bacterial, fungal infection, weak digestion, cold, flue, bronchitis
Unlike the impression one might get from the kitchen spice, the essential oil of Black Pepper is warm and soothing, yet packs a punch with its strong antibacterial, antifungal, antioxidant and carminative properties. This unusually complex oil is dominated by a variety of monoterpene hydrocarbons that contribute to its ability to fight resistance from rapidly adaptive microorganisms, particularly viruses.
Application: Topical, Inhalation, Oral, Suppositories
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