Black pepper refers to a plant belonging to the Piperaceae tree family. When dried up, this plant-derived product is called peppercorn and is used to add flavor to food. Known as “King of the Spices”, black pepper thrives in a tropical climate and it requires annual rainfall of nearly 200 centimeters.
Black pepper diet helps to clean the arteries, and its antibacterial property fights against infections, and insect bites. Due to the presence of antioxidant property, black pepper eliminates free oxygen radicals, thereby prevents cancer, liver disorders cardiovascular disorders and heart disease. As per Ayurveda, black pepper is used for the treatment of whooping cough, ear-ache, gangrene, joint pain, and hernia. Black pepper helps to enhance benefits of the bio-availability of other herbs. It is also used for the treatment of tooth decay, toothache, and eye problems. Black Pepper improves overall general health when added to every meal, that also improves the taste of the meal.
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Good for the Stomach
Pepper increases the hydrochloric acid secretion in the stomach, thereby facilitating digestion. Proper digestion is essential to avoid diarrhea, constipation, and colic. Pepper also helps to prevent the formation of intestinal gas, and when added to a person’s diet, it can promote sweating and urination, which remove toxins from the body. Sweating removes toxins and cleans out the pores of any foreign bodies that may have lodged there, and it can also remove excess water or accumulation, also known as edema. In terms of urination, you can remove uric acid, urea, excess water, and fat, since 4% of urine is made of fat. For digestion, inducing digestion can help you lose weight and increase the overall functioning of your body and prevent various gastrointestinal conditions and colorectal cancer. Its ability to expel gas is because black pepper is a carminative, which forces the gas out of the body in a healthy, downward motion, rather than pressing upwards in a dangerous way and straining the upper chest cavity and vital organs. It also inhibits more gas from forming in the body.
It increases secretion of hydrochloric acid inside stomach and improves digestion process to a great extent. Regular consumption of this spice also helps in preventing constipation, colic, intestinal gas formation, colic and so on.
Cures Cold and Cough
In Ayurvedic therapies, this pepper can be added to the tonics for curing cough and cold. It also gives relief from nasal congestion as well as sinusitis. Moreover, black pepper has an expectorant ingredient that breaks the mucus as well as phlegm deposition in the respiratory tract. Natural irritant property of this product also expels loosened material through the act of coughing as well as sneezing thereby eliminating toxic material from the human body and allows you to get relief from illness effectively.