Allspice Leaf


Volume: 10mL
  • Allspice is a wonderful warm and aromatic oil (which reminds people of autumn) that is similar to the essential oil’s cinnamon and clove. It also goes by Pimento Berry essential oil. It’s the high content of Eugenol that gives it the same characteristics as cinnamon clove. The leaf comes from the evergreen family of trees known as Myrtaceae. The trees from this family have a very fragrant bark, flowers, berries, and leaves. The oil is often used for massages, arthritic conditions, and muscle therapy. It is also very fragrant, and some people use it personally for this purpose as well.

    The oil is excellent in helping with digestive issues. These include upset stomach, constipation, flatulence (gas), and such. However, the oil should not be ingested.

    Allspice with its wonderful warming properties is great in helping to stimulate circulation within the body. It should be used in massage.

    Muscle Cramps
    The warmth (heat) of the oil ask well as an analgesic. It is excellent in helping to reduce muscle cramps and even serves as a topical painkiller. It should be used in massage.

  • Botanical Name: Pimenta dioica / Pimenta officinalis
    Country of Origin: Jamaica
    Oil Composition: eugenol, menthyl eugenol, cineol, phellandrene and caryophyllene.
    Plant Part: Berries
    Aroma: Warm, sweet and spicy
    Color: Cocoa Brown
    Climate: Semiarid/Tropical
    Consistency: Thin
    Strength of Initial Aroma: Strong
    Perfumery Note Middle
    Harvesting Method: Allspice berries are picked from trees that are about twenty years old. They are picked unripe since the unripe berries have more flavor than ripe ones. The berries are picked green and dried in the sun. This wrinkles their outside covering and turns them a reddish brown. The aroma and flavor is intensified with drying.
    Blends Well With:Cinnamon, Clove Leaf, Geranium Egyptian, Ginger Root CO2, Laurel Leaf, Lavender Fine, Neroli, Orange Sweet, Patchouli, Black Pepper, Spearmint and Ylang Ylang

  • Perfume
    Allspice berry is a unique oil that can be used as a bridge between masculine base and middle notes. However, it can also be used as a bridge between middle and top, depending on fragrance preferences.

    Allspice is helpful with muscle aches and pains and offers the benefit of warmth as well as an analgesic quality. The oil’s high eugenol content can cause irritation to the skin, so should be highly diluted in any topical use.
    Tisserand recommends a maximum of 0.15 percent dilution. Besides sensitization, the oil is possibly carcinogenic due to the methyleugenol content. One drop to two tablespoons or one ounce of a carrier oil will be sufficient for massage and within safe limits.

    Cold Relief
    Allspice is known to be helpful in times of respiratory illness. The following recipe can be useful for diffusion to open the sinuses and help breathing:

        ● 6 drops Cardamom
        ● 4 drops Thyme linalol
        ● 2 drops Allspice
        ● 2 drops Geranium

  • Arthritis, muscle tone, stiffness, rheumatism, muscular and gastric cramps, indigestion, nausea, depression, nervous tension/exhaustion, neuralgia, coughs, bronchitis.

  • Disclaimer: 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.
    Cautions: Excessive use may lead to headaches and nausea. Dilute oil when applying topically. Internal use is not suggested. Avoid during pregnancy. Keep out of reach of young children.

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