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Magadha Vana

Black Pepper (Kali Mirch)

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Black Pepper

Black pepper is one of the most commonly used spices worldwide. It’s made by grinding peppercorns, which are dried berries from the vine Piper nigrum. It has a sharp and mildly spicy flavor that goes well with many dishes. But black pepper is more than just a kitchen staple. It has been deemed the “king of spices” and used in ancient Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years due to its high concentration of potent, beneficial plant compounds. Black pepper has a subtle heat and a bold flavor that makes it a tasty addition to almost any dish. Black pepper is a versatile ingredient that can be added to a variety of recipes, including meats, fish, eggs, salads, and soups. Black pepper, which comes from the Sanskrit word pippali, was once known as black gold. It has one of the longest histories as a sought-after spice, due to its ability to flavor foods, act as a preservative, and add heat to a dish.

Black Pepper Benefits

Black pepper is rich in a potent antioxidant called piperine, which may help prevent free radical damage to your cells. Its active compounds have a role in boosting white blood cells, which your body uses to fight off invading bacteria and viruses. Black pepper increases the absorption of essential nutrients like calcium and selenium, as well as some beneficial plant compounds, such as those found in green tea and turmeric. When you add black pepper to your meal, you increase the number of nutrients absorbed into your bloodstream. Black pepper promotes proper stomach function. Black pepper helps to stimulate hydrochloric acid in your stomach so you can better digest and absorb the foods you eat. It has carminative properties too, which help to reduce discomfort and gas buildup in your intestines. Black Pepper is an antioxidant that provides anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects, among other health benefits. It also boosts brain function and increases levels of good cholesterol. Black pepper contains a chemical called piperine. This chemical seems to have many effects on the body. It seems to reduce pain, improve breathing, and reduce inflammation.

Black Pepper Nutrition

Black pepper is a good source of manganese, a mineral that can help with bone health, wound healing, and metabolism. In fact, one teaspoon of black pepper offers 16 percent of your daily recommended intake (DRI) of manganese and 6 percent of your DRI of vitamin K. This pungent spice contains a variety of active compounds, specifically oleoresins and alkaloids like piperine and chavicine. It also has antioxidants, flavonoids, essential oil, and other phenolic compounds that help protect your cells and boost digestive health.

How to Use Black Pepper

Whenever possible, grind your own pepper from peppercorns when preparing a meal. Eating freshly ground black pepper gives you more health benefits than eating pre-ground black pepper. Using the fresh peppercorn also ensures that you're eating pure black pepper, not pepper mixed with other additives.

Black Pepper in Different Language

Black Pepper in Hindi is kali mirch, Karumiḷaku in Tamil, kali miri in Marathi, Kari Meṇasu in Kannada, Kurumulak in Malayalam.

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Magadha Vana

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Dried Fruits, Nuts & Seeds Spices

Magadha Vana promotes intercropping techniques where ones' excess is utilized for another need. Intercropping is a technique that is very useful if one wants to develop a food forest with cash crops. With the intercropping technic, we understand which crop can benefit from which all crops, carefully study the dynamics, and plant them. This technique has conserved us space and expenditure of spending on manure for all individual crops. We also nurture a variety of flora & fauna species that are indigenous to western ghats. Our farm which is spread over 6 acres resides between a village and a nature reserve overlooking the western ghats bringing out a perfect transition from a plantation to forestry. At Magadha Vana, under the canopy of Arecanut, we have planted, cacao, pepper, cloves, nutmeg, coffee, betel leaves, plantain, langsat, Jamaican allspice, and avocado. Arecanut being our primary cash crop also provides ample shade, canopy, and support for many spices and fruit trees which love the shade.


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