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Black pepper or kali mirch is known as the king of spices and has many different uses just part from being a kitchen staple.




Black Peppercorns / Kali Mirch

Black pepper or Kali mirch is known as the “king of spices” and one of the most common kitchen spice in the world. The These are actually the dried berries from vine Piper nigrum by grinding their peppercorns. Black pepper has been used in ancient Ayurveda due to medicinal features.

Health benefits of Black Pepper / Kali Mirch

black pepper / kali mirch
black pepper / kali mirch
  1. Helps to relieve pain
    Black pepper has been a part of Ayurveda remedies that are meant to relieve joint pains, tooth aches etc.
  2. Relief from cough
    Black pepper also relieves from cough and respiratory issues by its pungent taste by releasing the mucus that blocks nose and throat.
  3. Anti-inflammatory
    Black pepper has inflammatory properties that are useful in chronic conditions like arthritis, heart problems and cancer. Piperin found in black pepper is used for fight inflammation in body.
  4. Rich in Antioxidants
    Black pepper is very rich in anti oxidants. These anti oxidants are helpful in protecting our body cells from free radicals that are created in the body naturally when we exercise or digest food. These free radicals are responsible for many health problems. Compound known as piperine which is found in black pepper is very useful against these free radicals.
  5. Improves Blood sugar
    Blood sugar levels can also be improved with the help of black pepper. Peperin found in black pepper helps to control the spike in sugar levels.
  6. Beneficial for brain
    Piperine found in black pepper is also beneficial for the the brain functions.Studies have shown that peperine has shown benefit in diseases like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.
  7. Lowers cholesterol level
    High levels of blood cholesterol are very dangerous as it leads to risk of heart diseases. Black pepper extracts have shown good results in lowering the cholesterol levels in blood.
  8. Absorption of nutrients
    Peprine found in black pepper is very useful as it increases the absorption of nutrients like Vitamin B and selenium.