Piper nigrum


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Noun1.Piper nigrum - climber having dark red berries (peppercorns) when fully ripePiper nigrum - climber having dark red berries (peppercorns) when fully ripe; southern India and Sri Lanka; naturalized in northern Burma and Assam
peppercorn, pepper - pungent seasoning from the berry of the common pepper plant of East India; use whole or ground
genus Piper, Piper - type genus of the Piperaceae: large genus of chiefly climbing tropical shrubs
pepper vine, true pepper - any of various shrubby vines of the genus Piper
piperin, piperine - derived from pepper (especially black pepper); source of the hotness of black and white pepper
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This study aimed to enhance the pharmaceutical potential and oral bioavailability of piperine, the bioactive constituent of Piper nigrum, using the nanosuspension approach.
Request a Free Sample Report from Here -- https://www.factmr.com/connectus/sample?flag=S&rep_id=105 White pepper is produced from the piper nigrum dried fruit.
Cristobal Acosta's 1578 Tractado de las drogas y medicinas de las Indias Orientales, which aimed to "provide Occidental medicine new remedies from distant lands" was open on a page illustrating black pepper (Piper nigrum).
Different biological activities are attributed to the black pepper (Piper nigrum L.), belonging to the Piperaceae family.
The next step involved a close study of Trikatu and its 3 ingredients: black pepper (Piper nigrum), long pepper (Piper longum), and ginger (Zingiber officinale).
The essential oils (EO) of Schinus terebinthifolius, Pimenta dioica and Piper nigrum (white) and the oleoresins (OL) of Piper nigrum (white), Piper nigrum (black) and Capsicum baccatum were extracted using Clevenger and Soxhlet methods, respectively, according to MARTINELLI et al.
Noor, "An amide from fruits of Piper nigrum," Phytochemistry, vol.
Black pepper, scientifically called Piper nigrum L.