Health benefits of false black pepper

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False black pepper good for hair

The scientific name of false black pepper is Embelia ribes. It is a large woody and tropical forest scandent shrub which has slender branches and glanddotted leaves. It is native to India, Singapore, Sri Lanka and Malaysia. Its stems are whitish – gray. The roots of false black pepper are brownish – gray with hairy reddish roots. The fruits of false black pepper are small, smooth and succulent which encompasses reddish seeds that run slightly black.

The false black pepper is considered to be laxative, digestive and carminative agent. It has contraceptive effect so people who are dealing with infertility or who want to conceive should avoid the usage of false black pepper. Also, pregnant women should talk with their doctors before they use the false black pepper in their diets. Also, this black pepper can cause diarrhea, loose stools, anger, hyperacidity and excessive heat due to its high pitta. The false black pepper can lower testosterone levels in men.

You can make a refreshing drink from the leaves and fruits of the false black pepper. You can consume the fruits of false black pepper in raw form. You can use the leaves of this plant as a substitute for tamarind in soups or vegetable dishes. You can mix the leaves of false black pepper with other greens and use it as a side dish with rice. This black pepper can detoxify the body and it can treat many different skin ailments. It can rejuvenate the skin and improve the skin complexion.

Health benefits of the false black pepper

False black pepper good for hair

Indigestion

There are some studies in which are shown that this black pepper has hot potency to treat the flatulence, vomiting, nausea and indigestion. It can help to manage the constipation with its laxative property.

Obesity

This black pepper has the ability to reduce the fat and it can clear the toxins in the body due to its hot potency which can promote digestion and eliminates undigested foods.

Depression

The false black pepper has anti – depressant property which can help to manage the depression.

Intestinal worms

There are some studies in which are shown that this black pepper has the ability to manage worm infestation, such as threadworms, roundworm and other types of worms.

Toothache

You can apply a mixture of this black pepper powder and Asafetida on the affected area, so in this way you will get a relief from the toothache. Also, there is another option and that is the false black pepper water decoction which you can use it as oil pulling in order to get a relief from bad breath and tooth decay.

Stomach worms

You can mix false black pepper and honey and take three grams of this home remedy two times per day as your home remedy for stomach worms. There are some studies in which are shown that this mixture is a cure for all the stomach problems which are associated with worms.

Parasitic infection

You should mix ½ teaspoon of this black pepper, ¼ teaspoon chitrak and ¼ teaspoon of neem with half a cup of warm water. You should take this home remedy three times per day before your meals in a period of seven days. You should talk with your doctor if this home remedy is suitable for your parasitic infection.

Grinding teeth during sleep

You can take the seeds out of grape fruits and then, put the false black pepper into grapes and make a pill. You should take one pill in the morning and evening because it can help you to rid of the grinding teeth during sleep.

Fungal infections

You can take 50 grams of this black pepper decoction two times per day. It can help you in the treatment of the fungal infections.

Migraine

You should grind long pepper, black pepper, fennel seeds, watermelon seeds and this black pepper. You should take one teaspoon of this mixture in one cup of milk once per day to get a relief from migraine.

Elephantiasis

You should grind equal amounts of this black pepper, dried ginger, Tinospora cordifolia, Himalayan cedar and Picrorhiza – kurroa with cow urine and you should apply this home remedy on the infected leg.

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