Allspice features a vibrant and toasty scent which when mixed with other essential oils like Clove Bud, Sweet Orange, and Cinnamon, it resembles the feel of autumn. It has a unique fragrance that's why it can be used as a base scent for perfume, especially for men's cologne.
Allspice, also referred to as Pimento, is a must to have in every household all through the year because it offers amazing therapeutic benefits not only for seasonal common ailments but also for cases of random musculoskeletal pains and indigestion.
Seasonal ailments: To boost the body's resistance to sickness-causing factors, diffuse 1 drop of Allspice, 1 drop Cinnamon and 3 drops Orange.
Muscle pains following hard physical activity: 1 drop Allspice + 1 drop Peppermint + 1 drop Clove + 2 tablespoons of carrier oil. Mix them together and gently massage on aching muscles.
Stomach aches due to indigestion: A mixture of 1 drop Allspice + 2 drops Ginger + 1 tbsp carrier oil is all you need to produce a perfect massage oil to relieve the abdominal discomfort. Knead the abdomen in a clockwise manner.
Based on history, Columbus took Allspice Essential Oil back to Europe assuming it was black pepper, and so it was called Pimenta. The name “allspice” is given because it smells like a mix of nutmeg, cloves, pepper and cinnamon. The blend of organic, sweet, sizzling, and peppery taste of Allspice combines well with opopanax, black pepper, bay, cistus, ylang ylang, geranium, coriander, ginger, neroli, lavender, and patchouli.
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I am completely unfamiliar with Allspice. So I am experimenting to find out the perfect fit. So far one of the greatest uses I have found is making a mouthwash out of it. Since it is an anesthetic and antiseptic it works wonderfully. It also has a spicy or more masculine scent so I am using it in soap that I am making for my husband to use.
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