Aroma: Powerful, spicy, warm, sweet, and has a touch of smokiness
Latin Name: Pimenta dioica
Country of Origin: Jamaica
Cultivation Method: Conventionally grown
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Extracted From: Leaves
Color: Pale yellow / amber
Perfumery Note: Middle / Top
Consistency: Thin liquid
Aromatherapy Properties: Uplifting, reviving, and warm
Suggested Use: Topically, allspice essential oil can be used to help with stiff or sore muscles, or to warm up the tissue. Dilute heavily with topical use at a rate of 1-2 drops per ounce of carier oil, lotion, or cream. Aromatically, allspice offers an uplifting aroma that blends well with woodsy notes, florals, citrus tones, and resins.
History: It is called allspice because the flavor and aroma resemble a blend of cloves, juniper berries, cinnamon, and pepper. The dried spice is commonly used as a food flavoring in stews, pickles, sauces, and drinks.
Specific Safety Information: Not for internal use. Dilute heavily with topical use. Skin patch test before use with sensitive skin and avoid internal use. Avoid with pregnancy, lactation, young children, pets, and certain medical conditions. Ask your doctor if you have any questions before use.
This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure a disease.