Lindi Pipper Powder
Lindi Pipper, also known as Piper longum, contains a chemical called piperine. Piperine may be able to fight certain parasites and other infections that can infect people. It also seems to change the lining of the intestines.
Ayurvedic literature advocates its use for its benefits against indigestion, diarrhoea, gastric problem and stomach pain.
About Hesh's Lindi Pipper Powder
- Ethically Sourced
- Fairly Traded Ingredients
- 100% Plant-Based
- BPA Free
- Sustainably Cultivated
- Suitable for Vegans
Ayurvedic Profile of Lindi Pipper
- Guna (Quality): Oily, light, penetrating
- Rasa (taste): Pungent
- Virya (energy): Mildly heating
- Vipaka (post-digestive effect): Sweet
Lindi Pipper FAQs
Q. What is Lindi Pipper?
A. Lindi Pipper, scientifically called Piper longum–Fructus (Piperaceae), is a type of plant that belongs to the Piperaceae family. The plant is also known as long pepper and is native to South Asia. The fruits of this plant are used in traditional medicine for their medicinal properties.
In some cultures, it is used when treating a variety of ailments including digestive problems, respiratory problems, and headaches. The plant has also been shown to have antifungal, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory effects. It's a plant that has been used for a long time to help people feel better when they are sick.
Q. What is Lindi Pipper powder prepared from?
A. Hesh's Lindi Pipper powder is made from a specific type of pepper, also known as the long pepper. The long pepper is a spice that has a unique flavour and is commonly used in cooking and for medicinal purposes.
To make the Lindi Pipper powder, the long pepper is dried, crushed and then ground into a fine powder. This powder can then be used as a spice in cooking or as an ingredient in herbal remedies.