Black pepper, Calories, benefits and harms, Useful properties

It is a tree-like liana “Piper nigrum”,
belonging to the pepper family. She grows in the forest, twining the trees,
which serve as her support. The liana can be up to 6 m long.
plantations, where it is specially bred, used as supports
special supports in the form of poles. Liana has ovoid, leathery,
grayish green leaves.

Black pepper blooms in small white flowers, collected in hanging
ears of corn. The fruits of black pepper are drupes of a spherical
forms with a hard shell, with a pungent taste. Black pepper
useful for people with cardiovascular diseases, because he is effective
cleans blood vessels and thins the blood. They are seasoned with meat, fish
and vegetable dishes.

The homeland of black pepper is the southwest coast of India,
the current state of Kerala. Previously, these lands were called Malikhabar,
translated meaning “ground of pepper”, and he
the pepper was called the Malabar berry.

Store black pepper in a dry place, in an airtight
closable container. If black during storage
pepper becomes gray, this indicates its deterioration
and loss of aromatic and medicinal properties.

Useful properties of black pepper

Black pepper contains pyroline, havicin, sugar, enzyme, essential
oils and starch, alkaloids, gum. Black pepper contains piperine
(4,5-7,5%), piperidine, essential oil, starch, protein, vitamins.
Pepper contains three times more vitamin
C than an orange. It
also rich in calcium,
carotene and group vitamins
B. It should be borne in mind that essential oils, if not properly
storage peppers will volatilize.

Black pepper is one of the most effective stimulants
digestion. It burns Amu and clears the organs of evacuation
(freeing them from toxins). It goes well with
and “warms up” cold foods such as cucumbers and is very useful in raw vegetable salads. With external
when applied, it helps in the treatment of suppurating abscesses.
In combination with honey, black pepper perfectly cleanses the respiratory organs, removes
of them mucus, reduces its formation. In great numbers,
however, it is not recommended to use it, as it
possesses the nature of rajas and can cause overexcitement
and annoyance.

Black pepper will bring you relief by destroying the accumulated
mucus in the body. Best to consume black pepper
in the form of grains. Although they are not very pleasant to chew, it is also
not needed if you want to break up the accumulated mucus
in the stomach. In order to effectively counteract
accumulation of mucus in the stomach, just swallow and drink
water 10-12 pepper grains.

Another effective way to use black pepper
Is inhalation. it was used as a medicinal
means for improving digestion and for treating urinary
ways. It has the ability to kill bacteria,
harmful substances in the body, stimulate appetite, improve
digestion. It promotes excretion from the body
harmful substances, stimulates appetite, increases salivation,
aids in digestion.

Research shows that peppers other than those listed
higher properties, reduces the risk of cardiovascular
diseases: thins the blood, destroys clots, improves
circulation. It also aids digestion, stimulates
metabolic process, activating the burning of calories.
In addition, pepper can enhance the effects of others
medicinal plants.

Recommended for: chronic indigestion, toxins
in the rectum, impaired metabolism, obesity,
high fever, fever, during a cold crisis

Dangerous properties of black pepper

It is important to remember that excessive consumption of black pepper causes
overexcitement and irritation.

Also, do not forget that black pepper is contraindicated in inflammation.
bladder and kidney ulcer
stomach and duodenum, allergies and anemia, as
the essential oils it contains are capable of exacerbating data

According to statistics, a third of the world’s population eats black pepper. How it is produced, its useful and harmful properties, and how to neutralize the burning sensation after pepper in the mouth will be discussed in this video.

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