- Improves the proper Digestion
- Breakdown fat cells and helps to weight loss
- Helps to promote overall Skin care
- Fight against infections and insect bites because of Antibacterial properties
- Helps to prevent Asthma
Pepper also known as peppercorn obtained by the pepper plant that belongs to Piperaceae family. Black Pepper is not only an incredibly popular spice but also a medicine since ancient times which known as the “King of Spice”. In order to produce Black pepper half-matured, Red corns should left to dry under the sunlight until they turn black.
In the markets peppercorns can find in various colors such as black, white, red. But all the kinds of peppercorns are derived from the same plant at the different stages of maturity of the fruit. In commercial markets they use various processing methods to create color difference.
Black pepper is a main source of important minerals such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, sodium. As well as it contains several vitamins like thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, and vitamin B6, vitamin E, folate, and vitamin K. When black pepper takes in large amounts also contain dietary fiber and a moderate amount of protein and carbohydrates.