Today’s pod is all about the oil of Unmasking.
We are talking about the empowerment of dōTERRA Black Pepper Essential Oil.
Black Pepper’s benefits:
Provides antioxidant support*
Supports healthy circulation*
Enhances food flavor
Soothes anxious feelings*
This essential oil is calming to the nervous system.*
Assists in revealing the masks used to hide aspects of the Self***
Invites individuals to get real by digging deep within the less understood parts of the Self***
Reignites the soul fire***
Black Pepper’s uses:
After an afternoon nap or when you’re dragging at work, apply Black Pepper to the
bottoms of your feet for a stimulating wake up.
Diffuse, inhale directly, or take Black Pepper internally to soothe anxious feelings.*
Take one to two drops in a capsule for antioxidant support.*
Diffuse for a vitalizing aroma.
Add one drop to a steak marinade.
Try it with meats, soups, entrees, and salads.
Black Pepper blends with Clove, Juniper Berry, Cedarwood, or Cilantro.
Create a warming, soothing massage by combining one to two drops of Black Pepper essential oil with Marjoram, Lavender, Peppermint, and doTERRA Fractionated Coconut
Black Pepper is soothing to the skin when applied topically.
It supports healthy lungs and respiratory system function.*
The aroma of Black Pepper is uplifting and may be useful when abstaining from unhealthy habits.
Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.
Black Pepper’s Aromatic Description: Hot, sharp, fruity, spicy
Find more information on Black Pepper Essential Oil - click here.
Gina’s favorite use: I love this oil for ANY addiction or anxiety. I will often rub a drop on the back of my neck for a warming and calm feeling when heading into traffic... I love to mix it with lavender.
Janet’s favorite use: Rub on the bottom of my feet every morning to support my circulation and wake me up!
Oil Fact Of The Day: In ancient Greece and Rome, black pepper was extremely popular and was even used as a medium of exchange.
Libations of the day
GG’s Gin Zen (a/k/a Saucy Pears)
GG’s Hound (adapted from the Greyhound and Dalmatian)
Fresh Grapefruit Juice
Two drops dōTERRA Black Pepper Essential Oil
Black Pepper Rim
Garnish w/ slice of grapefruit
Janet’s Fresh ‘n’ Peppa
Strawberry nectar juice
1 drop doTERRA Black Pepper Essential Oil
2 strawberries, chopped
1 strawberry garnish
Fill a highball glass with crushed ice. Add all ingredients. Garnish with a strawberry.
Using oils with intention
Oil of unmasking: I’m Not For Everyone and That’s OK.
Place one drop dōTERRA Black Pepper Essential Oil on the inside of your wrists and/or in your diffuser and journal the following questions:
I really wish others knew this about me…
What REALLY makes me – ME? (I.E. What are my quirks? Why am I different/weird?)
What and who deplete me?
What and who energizes me?
If my body could talk, it would say…
What masks do I wear? When do I pretend to be someone I’m not? And Why do I do that?
What in my life would change if I couldn’t be judged by others – or by myself? Would I dress different? Talk different? Work somewhere different? Have different friends?
“I’m not for everyone and that’s ok.” ––Kira Sabin
Read Kira's Blog Post Here
How To Get Your Hands On A Bottle Of Black Pepper Essential Oil
During the month of March, We are giving away a 15ml bottle of dōTERRA Black Pepper Essential Oil to anyone who orders a Family Essentials Kit and signs up as a Wellness Advocate through me (Janet will be your enroller). BONUS: Anyone who orders a Family Essentials Kit through me will also receive a welcome package from me including an essential oils reference book. Available to U.S. residents only.
Ready to get started? Order your oils HERE.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
*** Source: Emotions and Essential Oils: A Modern Resource for Healing, www.enlightenhealing.com/deo