Brazilian Pepper (Wild) Essential Oil Dilution 5ml / Rare

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Botanical Name: Schinus terebenthifolius.

Part of plant: Leaves.

Cultivation; Wild.

Origin ; Madagascar.

Brazilian peppertree is a shrubby tree with narrow, spiky leaves. It grows 4 to 10 m tall, with a trunk 25 to 35 cm in diameter. It produces an abundance of small flowers formed in panicles that bear a great many small, flesh-coloured berry-like fruits in December and January. It is indigenous to South and Central America and can also be found in semitropical and tropical regions of the United States and Africa. In both North and South America, three different trees – Schinus molle, Schinus aroeira, and Schinus terebinthifolius – are all interchangeably called peppertrees.

The dilution is at 10% in a Jojoba and Vitamin E base which helps to preserve the oil. Being quite strong it can be diluted further if necessary and can be used straight on the skin however a patch test is always recommended to see if your skin is sensitive to the product.


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