Black Pepper: A Natural Antibiotic - Grace Ngo Foundation

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Wednesday, 19 February 2020

Black Pepper: A Natural Antibiotic

Black pepper gets its spice from an alkaloid called piperine, which can be used to promote the effects of other natural antibiotics. You can either use the black pepper as an antibiotic or you can find piperine, which is more potent and pretty common in health stores. Black pepper is a common spice that has been used for years in India as a medical treatment and comes in two forms, normal black pepper and long pepper. Pepper and piperine expand the blood vessels so that other natural antibiotics can travel through the body quickly, thus improving the rate and dosage of other antibiotics necessary for proper healing. It works to keep the medicine in the body longer in an unmetabolized state and assist other natural antibiotics to localize in an area that is under attack by harmful bacteria. It’s not recommended that you take piperine unless you are also using another herb to help you heal. Take piperine first to prepare the body to circulate more of the medicine and improve the healing abilities of any other herbs. You should use peperine 30 minutes before any other herbs and a couple hours afterward no more than 4 times a day. To make a tincture of black pepper freshly grind whole peppercorns and mix it with five parts liquid. Use a mixture that’s 65% alcohol and 35% water. You can also use pure piperine with the same measurements for a more potent natural remedy. Use 5 to 15 drops before using your other natural antibiotics to increase the healing properties of other herbs. You can also make a combination of pepper tinctures with both types of pepper and ginger root. Make tinctures of all three and combine them together at a 1:1:1 ratio. Add 25% of this combination to any other tincture you are making for a new blend that increases the potency of any natural antibiotic. There are a few complications with using pepper over an extended period of time. It should be used as a short-term treatment that doesn’t extend past a week or two. Men commonly suffer from low testosterone, have a reduced sperm count, and decreased testes weight while taking pepper and piperine cures. Women who want to become pregnant should avoid piperine since it acts as a contraceptive

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