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Black pepper is said to ward off evil and in the Middle Ages, was burned like incense to protect from the plague.

Black pepper (Piper Negrum) comes from the berry clusters called peppercorns that form on the pepper plant. The pepper plant is a woody vine that grows up to 33 feet tall and is found in hot, humid, and tropical climates.

The peppercorns are picked when they are half ripe and dried. Black pepper is the most flavorful of all the types of pepper and is available as whole peppercorns, half peppercorns or as a powder.

Black pepper is one of the most popular spices in the world and has a long history. Records show black pepper being traded from south Asia dating back to 4000 years. Black pepper was such an important trade item that if single peppercorn were dropped on the floor it would be searched for like a lost pearl.

So important in one century, tiny little peppercorns were used as currency and were traded like spicy jewels. In the Middle Ages, pepper was used primarily to cover the taste of rotten meat, as fresh meat was hard to come by. In certain food circles and in seventeenth-century France, pepper is considered the only spice that didn’t overpower foods.

Black pepper has also been used over the centuries for traditional medicinal purposes.

Ayurvedic medicine, an Indian book of medicine dating back to the fifth century cites pepper as a healing agent for a variety of illnesses: earache, liver problems, lung disease, indigestion, constipation, diarrhea, tooth decay, and even sunburn.

Use of black pepper in curing the discomfort of indigestion is a time tasted remedy. Ginger juice mixed with black pepper powder need to be consumed in reducing the ailing pain and discomfort of indigestion.
A combination of black pepper, garlic cloves, clove and a pinch of rock salt with the main meal for 3-4 days regularly helps to cure the problem of indigestion, the problem of burping or the problem of acidity.

In case of loss of appetite the easy remedies by pepper helps to restore the problem almost instantly.

A smooth paste of black pepper and clarified butter and apply it on the body rash affected area. It is folk herbal remedy and it is claimed that frequent use of this combination helps to cure skin problems like scabies, rash, and eczema.

Black pepper is said to ward off evil and in the Middle Ages, was burned like incense to protect from the plague.

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