Pink pepper plant (Schinus molle
) has a long history of use as an astringent, depurative, diuretic, balsamic, tonic, and antiviral. Many documents indicate its use by Andean indigenous peoples. A phytochemical analysis carried out in molle reveals that the plant contains tannins, alkaloids, flavonoids, saponins, steroids, sterols, terpenes, gums, resins, and essential oils. Essential oil is found mainly in the leaves, bark, and fruits.
Pink pepper essential oil
RECOMMENDATION AND SUGGESTED USAGE
Apply the essential oil with gentle massage on the chest, back, or affected area.
Apply 3 or 4 drops in hot tea in the morning and at night.
- Not recommended during pregnancy and lactation.
Avoid contact with the eyes and mucous membrane.
This product has no contraindications; in the literature, we have not found reports on contraindications of its components or possible interactions with other medications. However, they remain clinical studies at different doses and at different times of treatment to assert their safety, but their safe use is established by traditional use for hundreds of years by Amazonian tribes.