Recipe and Spice Uses of Black Pepper.


Recipe and Spice Uses of Black Pepper.

Black Pepper Piper Nigrum Black Pepper Fruit Blanc Poivre Kosho Pepe green peppercorns Pfeffer Pimenta Pimienta Poivre Noir White Pepper  The use of black pepper in vegetables and food helps digestion and creates a good taste.

 Black pepper is one of the earliest known spices. Its essential oil is a warm, spicy fresh aroma. It blends well with rose, rosemary, sandalwood, etc. Blending with certain oils creates interesting effects - black pepper and ylang-ylang blend to create the aroma of carnation.

 Traditionally black pepper is used in the food industry, in liquors and beverages, in the treatment of arthritis, rheumatic pains, sprains, stiffness, neuralgia, infections and in perfume blends.

 It has very high anti-oxidant properties. It has been considered a "foremost detoxifier" and a powerful factor in anti-ageing. It improves blood circulation and lowers blood pressure. It has been used to treat flatulence, anemia, colic, constipation, diarrhea, heartburn, indigestion and nausea. It may be a potent factor in lowering LDL (bad cholesterol) and may reduce the risk of heart attacks.

 In certain formulations, black pepper may be considered as an essential ingredient together with extracts of Neem. Studies have confirmed that dosages of Neem extract decreased plasma total cholesterol, LDL, triglyceride level and C-reactive protein in rats.

 Another significant use of black pepper is as an essential ingredient in small quantities together with rose, rosemary and sandalwood to treat some forms of impotence or improve sperm count, uterine disorders (including health of the epithelial lining), leucorrhea, and irregular menstruation. Black pepper is an acknowledged aphrodisiac. Rose and sandalwood are also known aphrodisiacs.

 Black Pepper Piper Nigrum Black Pepper Fruit Blanc Poivre Kosho Pepe green peppercorns Pfeffer Pimenta Pimienta Poivre Noir White PepperIt is interesting to note that black pepper is an analgesic, anti-toxic, anti-microbial, antispasmodic, and anti-bacterial. Aromas of rose, rosemary and sandalwood also have anti-bacterial. Aromas of rose, rosemary and sandalwood also have anti- bacterial and antiseptic properties and have been used to treat coughs, bronchitis, sore throat, etc. Their combination with black pepper would be an interesting subject matter for research in treating infections as well as in anti-ageing formulations.

 Black Pepper Oil:

 Due to their rich aroma and fragrance, essential oils have been used since ancient times for their therapeutic and healing properties. Today, the art of using essential oils to promote health and well-being is called Aromatherapy.


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  • Specifications:10:1 TLC.
  • EINECS/ELINCS No.:284-524-7
  • CAS:84929-41-9
  • Chem/IUPAC Name:Piper Nigrum Extract is an extract of the seeds of black pepper,Piper nigrum,Piperaceae
  • Other Names:Pepper,Piper nigrum L.,Piper,Pepe,P. nigrum,Black Pepper,Blanc Poivre,Kosho,Pfeffer,green peppercorns,Pimienta,Poivre,Poivre Noir,Lada hitan,White Pepper,Hei Hu Jiao,black pepper(with cortex),Bai Hu Jiao,white pepper(cortex removed),green peppercorns(green with cortex),Hu Jiao.

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