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Tasmanian Pepper Essential Oil

Tasmannia lanceolata
£31.00

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Tasmanian Pepper Tasmannia lanceolata (2483 – 1ml) (also known as Mountain Pepper, Cornish Pepper Leaf)

In aromatherapy, Tasmanian Pepper has a soothing, sedating effect. It blends well with floral oils such as Lavender or Jasmine for relaxation and in preparation for a restful night. It can be used in the evening in a diffuser or as part of a massage blend.

It also works well with oils such as Eucalyptus and Rosemary for respiratory support where it helps maintain clear airways and easy breathing.

Like other pepper oils, Tasmanian Pepper has a warming effect which can be used to support muscles and joints. It is ideal as part of a massage blend to use after exercise or to relieve everyday aches and pains. It can also be used on the neck and temples to reduce tension and bring comfort.

The antimicrobial effects of Tasmanian Pepper can be put to good use in a blend for blemished or difficult skin. In perfumery Tasmanian Pepper is an alternative to spicy oils such as Back Pepper or Pink Pepper.

This is a pure therapeutic-quality wild-crafted aromatherapy essential oil from New Zealand, and is distilled from the twigs of the tree.

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Tasmanian Pepper Tasmannia lanceolata (2483 - 1ml) (also known as Mountain Pepper, Cornish Pepper Leaf)



This is a pure therapeutic-quality wild-crafted aromatherapy essential oil from New Zealand, and is distilled from the twigs of the tree.

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About Tasmanian Pepper Tasmannia lanceolata

Technical Documents
GC MSDS
  • Botanical name: Tasmannia lanceolata
  • Plant family: Winteraceae
  • Also known as: Cornish Pepper Leaf, Mountain Pepper
  • Production: Distilled
  • Cultivation: Wild-crafted
  • Country of origin: New Zealand
  • Part of plant: Twigs
  • Major compounds: 9,10-Dimethylanthracene, beta-Gurjunene, Calamenene, alpha-Pinene, 1,8-Cineol, Linalool, alpha-Cubebene
  • Contents: Pepper Tasmanian Oil
  • Item no: 2483

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