Questions?

1-888-728-7612

Open Hours

Mon - Fri: 8:30AM - 4:30PM

Getting To Know Allspice Leaf

Allspice Leaf essential oil is a wonderful, special essential oil that we think gets lost in the noise sometimes. Ancient peoples, modern civilizations, and some cultures have used and do use this wonderful herb for various purposes. It’s a well-kept secret! 

Healing Properties

The allspice leaf oil is known for its earthy scent. The benefits of using this oil are very closely associated with the digestive system, so it helps with things like gastric cramps, indigestion, and nausea. It is considered to be an anesthetic as well as an antioxidant, thus making it really good for promoting health. Other things that this oil can effectively treat are muscle tone, rheumatism, arthritis, stiffness, nervous tension/exhaustion, depression, neuralgia, coughing, and bronchitis.

History

This tree is native to the West Indies, Southern Mexico, and the Caribbean. There are many places that now grow it for commercial purposes in Central America, so there are plenty of other areas there. It was attempted in Europe several times, but it never produced very much fruit. However, the Mayans did use it during their time on Earth as an embalming agent.? Other South American countries used it to help flavor their chocolate. Other people, the Arawaks, used it to help cure and preserve the meats they referred to as boucans. Because of this term, later settlers who cured their meat with allspice were referred to as buccaneers.

Originally allspice was named Jamaican Pepper or Pimento, by the Spanish explorers who landed in the West Indies. The word pimenta in Spanish means pepper and they felt that Allspice looked like black peppercorns. The English renamed it Allspice because it smells like many spices- cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, pepper, and juniper. Both of these

Recent News

Because of the masculine scents, there are many different attractive aspects to the scent of Allspice Leaf essential oil. It is believed to be a very powerful aphrodisiac, even in small dilutions.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are there any known hazards with this oil?

This is a very fragrant oil, and those who are hypersensitive may develop an allergic reaction. Make sure you do the standard skin tests before using them. Place the oil on a small patch of skin, on the underarm, and after an hour check for any skin irritation. It is known for being a very portent mucous membrane irritant as well, so it should be used in diluted form. It is also very important to avoid pregnancy.

What does it blend well with?

This oil blends beautifully with orange and bergamot oil. Just as it blends well with citrus in cooking, it works great with oils when used for health purposes.

What are the most common ways to use this oil?

Many people have found that the best way to disperse the oil throughout the room is with a burner or vaporizer. The scent can lift a depressed feeling very quickly and even help to ease stress. Another very popular method is through massaging the diluted oil into the skin. If you are looking for congestion relief, massaging a small amount into the chest can help clear up any stuffiness. Other affected areas, such as people suffering from joint pain, should administer the oil and massage it in right where it hurts.


Let us know if you love this post or any others from our blog!

Looking for the best essential oils? Check out our website for the best essential oils and organic essential oils for crafting, soap making, candle making, and more! 

Bulk Apothecary makes no claims of “expert status” and the company will not be liable for any losses, injuries, or damages from the use of the information found on this website.

As with all products, users should test a small amount prior to normal extended use. If pregnant or suffering from illness, consult a doctor before use. 

Recommended Articles

Leave A Comment

Your email address will not be published.