Piper Longum Powder / Thippili Powder / Pippali / Pipara / Tippali
Piper Longum Powder / Thippili Powder / Pippali / Pipara / Tippali
Hindi Name - Piplamul, Gazpipal, Pippali Tamil Name - Thippili Powder Malayalam Name: Pippali, Tippali. Kannada Name - Hippali, Hippali Balli
Telugu Name - Pepper Pippali, Pippali, Pippali Katte Sanskrti - Pippali, Pippalu, Krishna Pippali Common English Name - Indian Long Pepper Powder Botanical Name - Piper Longum
This package has 100% pure and organic Indian Long Pepper (Thippili) Powder with out any chemicals or preservatives.
Weight : 25 grams
About Indian Long Pepper (Thippili):
Indian Long Pepper (Thippili) (Piper longum), sometimes called Indian long pepper or pipli, is a flowering vine in the family Piperaceae, cultivated for its fruit, which is usually dried and used as a spice and seasoning. Long pepper has a taste similar to, but hotter than, that of its close relative Piper nigrum – from which black, green and white pepper are obtained. The fruit of the pepper consists of many minuscule fruits – each about the size of a poppy seed – embedded in the surface of a flower spike that closely resembles a hazel tree catkin. Like Piper nigrum, the fruits contain the alkaloid piperine, which contributes to their pungency. Another species of long pepper, Piper retrofractum, is native to Java, Indonesia. The fruits of this plant are often confused with chili peppers, which belong to the genus Capsicum, originally from the Americas. Though often used in medieval times in spice-mixes like "strong powder", long pepper is today a very rare ingredient in European cuisines, but it can still be found in Indian, and Nepalese vegetable pickles, some North African spice mixtures, and in Indonesian and Malaysian cooking. It is readily available at Indian grocery stores, where it is usually labeled pippali. Long pepper is an important and common ingredient in many medicines of Ayurveda.
The next time you relegate Indian Long Pepper (Thippili) to the back of your shelf, think twice. The humble spice holds more benefits than you'd imagine. It belongs to the Piperaceae family, and is processed in different ways to yield different kinds of peppers. For instance, the cooked and dried unripe fruit is black pepper, the green pepper is from the dried and unripe fruit, and white pepper are the seeds from the ripened fruit of the plant. While pepper originally belongs to South India, it's grown in other tropical countries as well. It's played a vital role in history, and has been considered as an important spice from time immemorial. In ancient Greece, it was also used as currency. In later years, it became pivotal in the spice trade across the world. Incidentally Vietnam is considered to be the largest grower and exporter of pepper. India, Brazil, and Indonesia follow suit. Black pepper, while used in cooking and garnishing in cuisines the world over, comes with lots of health benefits.
Amazing Health Benefits of Indian Long Pepper (Thippili) Powder :
- Treats Respiratory Problems:
Indian Long Pepper (Thippili) Powder is most renowned for its effectiveness against conditions affecting your respiratory tract, like colds, coughs, bronchitis, and asthma. It serves as a counter-irritant and eases inflammation. Indian Long Pepper (Thippili) Powder is even used in treating bronchial asthma in children. Indian Long Pepper (Thippili) Powder not only helps fight infections by virtue of its antibacterial properties but also works locally to help thin phlegm and ease congestion. Long pepper is also used to treat chronic fevers due to its antipyretic properties.
- Boosts Digestion:
Indian Long Pepper (Thippili) Powder stimulates your digestive system and boosts your appetite due to its carminative properties. Indian Long Pepper (Thippili) Powder can also fight and protect against ulcers thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties.The antiamoebic and antibacterial properties of long pepper, along with its ability to stoke your digestive system, can help overcome diarrhea or other gastrointestinal infections. It can also kill worms and other parasites in your digestive system.
- Helps Manage Diabetes:
Indian Long Pepper (Thippili) Powder can help manage hyperglycemia or high blood glucose levels typical of diabetes. Thippili Powder (Piper Longum Powder) helps boost insulin in the body while decreasing levels of glycosylated hemoglobin, a marker of diabetes. Thippili Powder (Piper Longum Powder) may work as a bioenhancer and help improve the effectiveness of metformin, a medicine used to manage diabetes.
- Fights With Insomnia:
Indian Long Pepper (Thippili) Powder is given along with honey as a remedy for sleeping problems like insomnia, also known as "anidra" in ayurveda.
- Boosts Reproductive And Sexual Health:
Indian Long Pepper (Thippili) Powdercan also act as a rejuvenating tonic for your reproductive organs. Thippili Powder (Piper Longum Powder) is said to help with problems like infertility and impotence as well as premature ejaculation.Indian Long Pepper (Thippili) Powder can also be used in the treatment of gonorrhea. In women, the remedy is also used in the treatment of the pain associated with menstrual cramps.To improve sexual drive or libido, ayurvedic treatments combine pippali and ghee with ashwagandha for men and shatavari for women.Indian Long Pepper (Thippili) Powder is also used in postnatal care to help the mother's recovery. It can help purge any leftover blood or tissue from the uterus after the delivery.
- Weight Loss:
Indian Long Pepper (Thippili) Powder is no panacea for weight loss, but like all other peppers, it helps in burning fatty acids. it is a much healthier alternative to synthesized and clinical weight loss solutions. Stagnant body fat is mobilized and eliminated the toxins released by fat pockets.
How to use Indian Long Pepper (Thippili) Powder :
5g of Indian Long Pepper (Thippili) Powder can be mixed with milk and drink this twice a day to cure asthma.
You could have a soothing cup of ginger tea made with a half teaspoon of Indian Long Pepper (Thippili) Powder. Add tulsi and honey to amp the power of the tea. Drink this twice or thrice a day to soothe your cough, flu, or fever.
Indian Long Pepper (Thippili) Powder is given along with honey as a remedy for sleeping problems like insomnia (or) you could also take Thippili Powder (Piper Longum Powder) with milk at bedtime to help you sleep better.
For Postnatal Care to Help the Mother's Recovery
The Indian Long Pepper (Thippili) Powder and fruit are given mixed into warm jaggery water. The treatment is carried out for 2 to 3 days after the birth of the baby.
For General use:
Mix 5 Grams of Indian Long Pepper (Thippili) Powder can be mixed with hot water and drink it twice a day.
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