Black Pepper And White Pepper
- What other names is Black Pepper And White Pepper known by?
- What is Black Pepper And White Pepper?
- How does Black Pepper And White Pepper work?
- Are there safety concerns?
- Are there any interactions with medications?
- Dosing considerations for Black Pepper And White Pepper.
People take black pepper for stomach upset, bronchitis, and cancer. They take white pepper for stomach upset, malaria, cholera, and cancer.
Black pepper is sometimes applied directly to the skin for treating nerve pain (neuralgia) and a skin disease called scabies. Black pepper and white pepper are also used topically as a counterirritant for pain.
In foods and beverages, black pepper, white pepper, and pepper oil (a product distilled from black pepper) are used as flavoring agents.
Insufficient Evidence to Rate Effectiveness for...
- Airway inflammation (bronchitis).
- Malaria and cholera.
- Stomach upset.
- Other conditions.
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