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Pippali

Digestive Stimulant & Carminative

Introduction :

Pippali is extremely useful as a digestive stimulant and carminative, which protects the Liver and Spleen, and enhances the Bio-availability of Drugs. It effectively relieves respiratory tract manifestations as well.

 

Pippali is most commonly used to treat chronic bronchitis, asthma, constipation, gonorrhea, diarrhea, cholera, chronic malaria, viral hepatitis, respiratory infections, stomachache, bronchitis, diseases of the spleen, cough, and tumours.1

Actions :

  • Significant Hypolipidemic effect.
  • Exerts Hepatoprotective action.
  • Significant Neuroprotective and anti-depressanteffect.
  • Potent anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anti-bacterial andanti-asthmatic3action.
  • Considerable anti-amoebic4 and immunostimulatory activities.
  • Possesses anti-platelet action as well.

Indications :

Pippali is extremely useful in the following conditions:

  • Loss of appetite, indigestion and flatulence
  • Amoebic dysentery and Intestinal infections
  • Acute and chronic respiratory tract infections, such as cold, cough and bronchitis (owing to infection or allergy)
  • (As an adjuvant in) Hepatic dysfunction and fibrosis, Dyslipidemia
     

Dosage / Serving Size

1 Capsule twice daily with water after meals.

Presentation

60 Capsules in a Single Pack.

References:

  • Kumar S, Kamboi J, Suman, et al. Overview for various aspects of the Health Benefits of Piper longumlinn. fruit. Journal of Acupuncture and Meridian Studies. 2011; 4(2): 134-40.
  • Bao L, Bai S, Borijihan G. Hypolipidemic effects of a new piperine derivative GB-N from Piper longum in high-fat diet-fed rats. Pharmaceutical Biology. 2012; 50(8): 962-7.
  • Nilani P, Duraisamy B, et al. Effect of Selected antiasthmatic plant constituents against micro-organism causing upper respiratory tract infections. Ancient Science of Life. 2010; 29(3): 30-2.
  • Sawangiaroen N, Sawangiaroen N, et al. Effects of Piper longum fruit, Piper sarmentosum root and Quercusinfectoria nut gall on caecalamoebiasis in mice. Journal of Ethnopharmacology. 2004; 91(2-3): 357-60.
     

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