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ALLSPICE

(Pimenta Officinalis / Pimenta Dioica)


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    ALLSPICE HERBAL DESCRIPTION

    A SPICY FLAVORED PIMENTO PEPPER

    Allspice is also known as Pimenta officinalis L. or Pimenta dioica, Clove pepper, Jamaica pepper and Pimento. Allspice is the dried berry of the pimento, which is collected when it has reached full size but is not yet ripe, though there are uses for the ripe plant. Allspice grows in the West Indies, South America, Central America, and Mexico. It's name comes from the particular combination of aromas in its fruit, a mix of the tastes of cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg with just a little peppery heat. In Jamaica it is sometimes used as a substitute for tobacco. Allspice gets its name from the berry’s taste, which has been described as a combination of cinnamon, pepper, cloves, and Juniper berries. It is aromatic, carminative, (expelling gas from the stomach or intestines so as to relieve flatulence or abdominal pain) and a stimulant. Other parts of the pimento can be used medicinally as well.

    HISTORY & HABITAT OF ALLSPICE

    Allspice is not a mixture of spices as some believe, but is obtained from a very tall plant native to Jamaica. One of the most famous people in America discovered Allspice, Christopher Columbus. He discovered Allspice in the Caribbean. Although he was seeking pepper, he had never actually seen real pepper and thought Allspice was it. He brought the Allspice back to Spain, where it received the name "pimientia," which is Spanish for pepper. The English name is pimento, occasionally used in the spice trade today. Before World War II, Allspice was more widely used than it is nowadays. During the war, many trees producing Allspice were cut, and production never fully recovered. The flowers appear in June, July and August and are quickly succeeded by the berries. A tropical evergreen tree, growing 22 to 43 feet in height. It has smooth gray bark, with oblong, glossy leaves, dark green and glossy, up to 6 inches long. It has small white flowers appearing in mid summer followed by green berries that turn purple when ripe. Trees are planted about 30 feet apart, allowing room for a full canopy of fruit-bearing branches. Fruit starts to develop after 3 to 5 years, and becomes full-bearing after 20 years. These plantations are not called orchards, but "walks" and in the summer, when whole trees are blanketed in aromatic flowers, the 'pimento walk' is a stroll through the grounds.

    ALLSPICE CONSTITUENTS

    The allspice is a myrtle tree most commonly found in Jamaica. It gets its name from the unique combination of aromas in its fruit, a blending of the tastes of cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg with just a little peppery heat. Allspice fruits contain 2 to 5 percent essential oil (depending on how they are harvested). The main components of the essential oil are eugenol, eugenol methyl ether, myrcene, 1,8-cineol, and alpha-phellandrene. The eugenol content of essential oil of Jamaican allspice is 65 to 90 percent, but the eugenol content of Mexican allspice is much less.





    ALLSPICE USES, HEALTH BENEFITS, & SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

    MEDICINAL PURPOSES

    Allspice fruits contain 2 to 5 percent essential oil (depending on how they are harvested). The main components of the essential oil are eugenol, eugenol methyl ether, myrcene, 1.8-cineol, and alpha-phellandrene (all scientific names). The eugenol content of essential oil of Jamaican Allspice is 65 to 90 percent. When used as an ointment or a bath additive, Allspice is said to have some anesthetic effects. This berry is also used for rheumatism and neuralgia. Pimento water and oil of pimento are helpful for indigestion or flatulence, and the oil is used for hysteria. Taken with a laxative, pimento oil reduces griping (to cause pinching and spasmodic pain in the bowels). the essential oil in the leaf or the ground spice is sufficient to neutralize some water borne infections, notably Shigellosis (type of food poisoning). Allspice is used for different things by different people. The main medicinally used reasons are as follows:
    • Brain & Nervous System Conditions: The essential oil is used for histera conditions.
    • Gastrointestinal Conditions: Diarrhea, dyspepsia, flatulence (gas/wind).
    • Orally: Mouthwash to freshen breath, as a paste to soothe and relieve toothache.
    • Essential Oil: Flatulence, indigestion, gripe.
    • Externally: Allspice has a local anesthetic effect and is used as a salve for neuralgia and rheumatism.

    Allspice is also added to curry powder, mulled wine, soaps for the perfume, potpourri, and as a spice. Some might say that is medicinal, that choice is yours.


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    ALLSPICE ESSENTIAL OIL

    The Allspice, or pimento, tree is indigenous to Mexico and the West Indies. A relative of the clove tree, it reaches a height of about 40 feet and bears tiny white flowers that produce small berries, which are dried and used as a spice. The name Allspice refers to the fact that the berries' warm flavor is reminiscent of Cloves, Nutmeg and Cinnamon. Like the berries, the essential oil extracted from the leaves of the allspice tree smells mildly spicy. It has a powerful and stimulating effect on both the body and the mind. Allspice Leaf Oil warms the body and promotes circulation when it is added to massage oils and baths, helping to relieve pain from muscle cramps and strains. An inhalation of the oil has a beneficial effect on respiratory-tract infections, as it can alleviate coughing and thin mucus. In addition, using it as a massage oil can ease cramps. Emotionally, the warm spicy scent of Allspice Leaf Oil can lift the spirits and help in overcoming fatigue and listlessness.

    ALLSPICE LEAF ESSENTIAL OIL

    The caryophyllene, eugenol-methyl ether, eugenol and phellandrene in Allspice Leaf oil stimulate circulation and have a warming, relaxing effect in cases of physical and mental fatigue. The oil also helps to relieve stomach aches and intestinal colic. In addition, the strengthening effect of Allspice Leaf oil may support recovery from contagious illnesses.

    A remedy for headaches, colds, flu, muscle tension, intestinal cramps, digestive problems, a lack of appetite, sadness, fatigue, depression and lethargy.

    ALLSPICE BERRY ESSENTIAL OIL

    Allspice Berry: The oil has a warm, spicy-sweet aroma. It is used in spicy or masculine scents. It combines well with Orange, Ginger, Patchouli and all of the spice oils including Cinnamon, and Clove. For a comforting diffusion, blend:
    Blend essential oils in a lamp ring diffuser. Another suggestion for Pep-Up is to add 5 drops Allspice Essential OIl to potpourri. Invigorates the body, balances mental energy and centers the spirit.

    Aromatherapy Benefits: warming, cheering, comforting, nurturing.

    Essential, absolute and resin oils are volatile, fragrant materials extracted from the root, bark, wood, seed, fruit, leaf or flower of a single plant. The plants used to produce these oils are grown on certified organic fields and are third-party certified by Quality Assurance International; no synthetic chemicals are used in growing or processing them. Steam distillation and cold pressing are used to extract the essential oil from the plant. Essential oils and absolutes are very potent and should always be used sparingly and in conjunction with a reliable reference. Essential oils contain the odor, taste and medicinal properties of the plant itself, but in very concentrated form, with no base oil, alcohol, water or dilutants added.


    ALLSPICE OIL PROFILE

  • Botanical Name: Pimenta Officinalis / Pimenta Dioica
  • Family: Myrtacaea
  • Common Method Of Extraction: Steam distillation
  • Parts Used: Berries and / or leaves
  • Note Classification: Middle to Top
  • Aroma: Powerful, fresh, spicy, warm and sweet
  • Largest Producing Countries: West Indies and South America
  • Chemical Class: Phenol


  • Major Constituents:

    Sesquiterpenes: B-caryophyllene
    Phenols: eugenol, isoeugenol
    Phenols methyl ethers: methyl eugenol
    Oxide:1,8 cineole

  • Traditional Use: Allspice has an affinity with the digestive system.
  • Properties: Analgesic, anesthetic, antibacterial, antifungal, antioxidant, antiseptic, antiviral, aphrodisiac, carminative, rubefacient, stimulant
  • Benefits: Arthritis, bronchitis, colds, cramps, fatigue, flatulence, indigestion, nausea, neuralgia, rheumatism, viral infections.
  • Blends Well With: Bay, Black Pepper, Coriander, Geranium, Ginger, Lavender, Neroli, Patchouli Ylang Ylang
  • Of Interest: Columbus originally brought allspice back to Europe thinking it was pepper, hence the name Pimenta. The term "allspice" refers to its tastes like a blend of Cinnamon, Cloves, and Juniper Berries. Columbus originally brought allspice back to Euroe thinking it was pepper, hence the name Pimenta. The term "allspice" refers to its aroma that resembles a blend of Cinnamon, Cloves, Nutmeg, and Black Pepper.

    Safety Data: Allspice Essential Oil is not for topical use. Dermal (skin) and mucous membrane irritation due to the high content of eugenol. Avoid during pregnancy. Use in low dilutions and dilute properly. If pregnant, suffering from any medical condition, or taking medication, consult with your health care provider before use. Not for internal use. Keep out of reach of children.





  • FOR MILD DEPRESSION

    The stimulating, harmonizing effect of Allspice Leaf oil can help ease mild depression, especially when it is blended with soothing Lavender and Bergamot oils.
    Place the oils together in a diffuser or aromatherapy lamp.

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    FOR A GOOD NIGHT'S SLEEP

    A bath containing Allspice Leaf oil can have a relaxing, balancing effect and can help promote a restful sleep.
    Mix oils and blend well. Add to your bathwater.

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  • FOR FIRMER SKIN

    Lotion containing Allspice Leaf oil can help nourish the skin and protect it from dryness. It also has a firming effect.
    Mix Allspice Leaf oil with lotion. Caution: Do not use as a facial lotion.

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  • FOR COUGHING

    An inhalation of Allspice Leaf oil can suppress coughing and speed recovery from colds.
    Add oils to a big bowl of steaming water. Mix well. Cover your head with a towel and inhale the vapors.

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  • TO RELAX MUSCLE TENSION

    Tense neck muscles can often be very uncomfortable.
    Mix oils and blend well. Add to your bathwater.

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    A COMPRESS OF HEADACHE RELIEF

    A compress with Allspice Leaf oil can ease headaches.
    Mix oils and blend well in water. Dip a cloth in it and put the cloth on your head.

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  • TO RELIEVE TOOTHACHE PAIN

    Allspice Leaf oil can be effective for alleviating mild toothache pain.
    Mix oils and blend well. Add to your bathwater.

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  • A BATH FOR CIRCULATION

    A bath with Allspice Leaf oil can help improve your circulation when you have a bad cold.
    Fill your bathtub with warm water and add the mixture to the bathwater. Bathe for 20 minutes and then rinse off under a lukewarm shower. This bath can help you to feel stronger and hasten your recovery while preventing further infection.

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  • A HOUSEHOLD DISINFECTANT

    Allspice Leaf oil possesses mild disinfectant properties and can be used to help clean the home and your clothes.
    Blend oils and mix thoroughly in water. Use it to mop your floors or clean the kitchen. You can also add it to the water in your washing machine.

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  • ALLSPICE DOSAGE INFORMATION

    SUPPLEMENT PREPARATIONS

    Parts used are the ripe and unripe fruits and essential oil extracted from leaves and berries.

    Typical preparations include the use of ground ripe or unripe fruits. Frequently used with Cardamom, Cinnamon, and/or Green Tea. In the Carribean, fresh leaves known as "West India Bay Leaf" are used for cooking "jerked" meats. (Mediterranean bay leaf is not a good substitute.) The essential oil from the leaves, traded as "West India Bay Oil," is used in industrial production of sausages and hot dogs.

    Dosage recommendations include:
    • To make Pimento water combine 5 parts crushed Allspice berries with 200 parts water and distill down to half the original volume. The standard dose is from 1 to 2 fluid ounces.

    • If using the oil, a standard dose is 2 to 5 drops. To treat flaltulence, take 2 or 3 drops oil on sugar.

    • In the powdered form, one dose is between 10 to 30 grains. Read and follow product label directions.

    If you have any questions please ask your health care provider before taking this herb.





    ALLSPICE SAFETY, CAUTIONS & INTERACTIONS

    SAFETY CONCERNS

    No Precautions known.

    The only issue found is in the raw form, potentially an irritant to skin and mucus membrane. There are no known safety issues or interactions associated with Allspice when taken in the recommended doses. Safety in young children, pregnant or nursing women, or those with severe liver or kidney disease is not known.

    Allspice Essential Oil is not for topical use. Dermal (skin) and mucous membrane irritation due to the high content of eugenol. Avoid during pregnancy. Use in low dilutions and dilute properly. If pregnant, suffering from any medical condition, or taking medication, consult with your health care provider before use. Not for internal use. Keep out of reach of children.





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  • ALLSPICE ESSENTIAL OIL PRODUCTS

    The soft, warm aroma of allspice essential oil belies the activating (even potentially irritating) effects on the skin. But when used in tiny amounts (1 drop per teaspoon of carrier oil), it can alleviate stiff and tired muscles and joints. The familiar, clove-like aroma is comforting, lifting the spirit and inspiring confidence.

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