Black Pepper CO2 Usage

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auron
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Black Pepper CO2 Usage

Post by auron » Thu Mar 27, 2014 10:15 am

I want to make a massage oil blend for muscle soreness that has warming effect and not cooling so I thought of using these:
Helichrysum
Ginger
Black pepper
Lavender

I bought the Black Pepper CO2 from AA and still not sure how to use it.
What is the recommended usage (%)? can I use 1% in the total blend or less than 1%?

Thanks.

Ananda Staff
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Re: Black Pepper CO2 Usage

Post by Ananda Staff » Thu Mar 27, 2014 12:04 pm

Hi,

You should go easy on the Ginger and Black Pepper. Best to start with a low concentration (.5%) and test it, and work up from there if you'd like it warmer.

Cheers!

auron
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Re: Black Pepper CO2 Usage

Post by auron » Thu Mar 27, 2014 9:22 pm

Thank you :)

I love to play with my essential oils from AA. :D

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