Pink Peppercorn Essential Oil


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Traditionally Pink Peppercorn has been used for improving stamina, alertness, digestion and circulation. It can be used as a substitute for Black Pepper.

Australian Made & Owned100% Pure Essential OilCruelty-Free and No Animal TestingNo Artificial NastiesNo Synthetic FragrancesVegan Friendly

While it may not be an Australian Native, you will find pink peppercorn thriving throughout western NSW. 

Traditionally Pink Peppercorn has been used for improving stamina, alertness, digestion and circulation. It is also known for its ability to help with joint troubles.

While it may be unrelated, Pink Peppercorn can often be used as a substitute for Black Pepper Oil. With its slightly sweeter aroma, it is becoming increasingly more popular in both aromatherapy and perfumery.

We are excited to add this new, Australian grown essential oil to our range!  

Blending with Pink Peppercorn

Pink Pepper is not necessarily an oil you would diffuser on its own, it can blend beautifully with wood and citrus essential oils to give that subtle warm, spicy note.

    Product Facts

    Ingredients: Schinus molle 1mL/1mL
    Botanical name: Schinus molle
    Plant part: Peppercorns

    Extraction method: Steam distilled
    Properties: Stimulating, warming, eases tension
    Note: Middle
    Strength of aroma: Medium
    Aromatic scent: Fresh, peppery, slightly sweet aroma

    Michelle Brass ND - Qualified Aromatherapist

    Michelle Brass, Co-Founder and Wellness Practitioner at Zea  Relief, has over 20 years experience in naturopathy,  aromatherapy, massage and reflexology. She has dedicated her working life to helping people embrace the therapeutic benefits of nature. She is a huge fan of preventative medicine and believes aromatherapy can play an active and integral role in creating and maintaining everyday health.

    Michelle is a registered member of ATMS (Australian Traditional Medicine Society).

    Essential Oil FAQs

    Have your essential oils or products been tested on animals?

    Absolutely not! We pride ourselves on being a completely cruelty-free brand. In addition, all our Zea Relief products have not and will not ever be tested on animals

    Your essential oils cost less than other brands, how can you offer such low prices?

    At Zea Relief we have established long-standing relations with our essential oil producers over the past 25 years. We pass this experience on to consumers in the form of affordable pricing. We use the same quality essential oils as other companies; we just choose to price our essential oils with the best interest of our customers in mind. By not marking up our essential oils, as many competitors do, we can offer premium quality oils at an affordable price.

    Can you guarantee the quality of your essential oils?

    Yes, we can. With 25+ years of experience in the aromatherapy and essential oil industry, we have a lot of confidence in our supplies from all over the world. We only sell 100% pure essential oils.

    Is the quality of Zea Relief Essential Oils the same as Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) companies?

    Absolutely. In fact, in a lot of cases, we actually source our premium essential oils from the same farmers as a lot of the major essential oil corporations from around the world. The only real difference between us and well-known brands on the market is that it is only us - a small Australian family business - with over 25 years experience in essential oils. This understanding of the industry is why we can sell our premium essential oils at such an affordable price. 

    Are your essential oils diluted or watered down in any way?

    No. Every essential oil on our website is 100% pure.


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    These safety guidelines are not a complete safety reference for the proper use of essential oils. When in doubt, consult your physician and/or a qualified and trained aromatherapy practitioner.