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Long pepper, with the Sanskrit name pippali, is the predecessor to the word pepper. It was a popular spice in ancient Greece and Rome. It later spread to greater Europe, where it was used to make the mulled medicinal wine hippocras.
We sometimes use it in combination with other herbs in Ayurvedic medicine.
- Indian long pepper contains a natural ingredient, called piperine. It can fight certain parasites that can infect people. It can also change the lining of the intestines, which allows some drugs and other substances are taken by mouth to be better absorbed by the body.
- Indian long pepper is used to improve appetite and digestion.
- It is used for treating stomachache, heartburn, indigestion, intestinal gas, diarrhea, and cholera.
- It is also used for lung problems that include asthma, bronchitis, and cough.
- In India some women using long pepper during childbirth and during the 3-6 weeks following childbirth while the uterus returns to normal size.
- Avoid its intake during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
- Other uses include treatment of headache, toothache, vitamin B1 deficiency (beriberi), coma, epilepsy, fever, stroke, trouble sleeping (insomnia), leprosy, extreme tiredness, enlarged spleen, muscle pain, nasal discharge, paralysis, psoriasis, intestinal worms, snakebites, tetanus, thirst, tuberculosis, and tumors.
dosage is in powder form 0.5-1 gram per day, usually administered after food.
Long pepper is a medicinal plant with a taste of pepper and is widely used in Ayurvedic medicine, growing in Assam, Bengal, and Kerala. Also known as tippali. Long pepper (Tippali), a relative of pepper, known as the king of spices, has been given the title of Queen of Medicinal Plants. Tippali, which is famous for its Tikadu, is one of the most popular Ayurvedic medicines. Its fruits contain the alkaloids piperine and piperine, as well as race and volatile oils. Tippali can be grown at home under coconut trees, in shady places in gardens, or under other plants. This plant can also be grown as a medicinal plant. In addition, tipippli can be grown in pots and earthen bags.
Benefits of long pepper
Tippali is a remedy for rheumatism. It is used for chronic fever, cough, and shortness of breath, and is used to treat asthma and tuberculosis. Studies show that they help prevent cancer by stopping the growth in our bodies. It is good for increasing breast milk in breastfeeding mothers. It is good for the appetite. Adding it to hot water and eating it before meals is very good for digestion. It prevents constipation and heart problems. Tippali is used as a remedy for insomnia. It is also a remedy for sleep problems in the elderly.
Methods for usage
Grind long pepper, pepper, and dry ginger in equal proportions. Add this powder to the butter and Filter it and take this mixture to get rid of headaches. Tippali can be mixed with water and applied to the forehead.it prevents headaches.
For heart problems, grind long pepper and cardamom in equal proportions. Add ghee and take 3 grams of powder twice a day.
Tippali powder mixed with milk can cure fever, cough, and anemia.
For stomach ache, grind 2 g long pepper powder, 3 g pepper, and 1 g salt and serve 1 g each.