What is piperine?
Piperine, an alkaloid found in the spikes and oleoresin of the peppercorn plant, is also present in high concentration in the skin of the pepper berries. Piperine is also found in black pepper and similar plants, and, even though piperine obtained from natural sources is about 98% pure, it is, for chemical and medical purposes, laboratory-produced.
It is the main ingredient is black pepper piperine, also contains some amount of aromatic oils, crude protein, crude fat and soluble nitrogen, can remove flavor and aid digestion. Black pepper also contains vitamin a, vitamin B2, vitamin c, starch, thiamine, copper, iron, zinc, ketones, alcohols, and enzymes.
- Piperine can enhance the pharmacokinetic parameters of resveratrol via inhibiting its glucuronidation, thereby slowing its elimination.
- Piperine can stimulate pigmentation in the skin, together with the exposure to UVB light.
- Piperine has shown 'anti-depression like activity', and cognitive enhancing effects in rats.
- Piperine has shown anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritic effects in human interleukin-1beta-stimulated fibroblast-like synoviocytes and in rat arthritis models.
How Piperine works:
Black pepper has been regarded as a way to improve gut health for many years, taking the powerful extract of Piperine out of the pepper and concentrating it in a supplement has allowed us to harness its power in full. Piperine increases blood supply to our gut, increases the emulsifying or digestive content of our gut and in turn, increases the active nutrient transport ability of our digestive system. When taken with food or other supplements it will amplify your ability to absorb the nutrients and keep them from becoming waste products and expelled from the system.
The usage of black pepper extract for the purpose of enhancing the absorption of other supplements that are glucuronidated (for example, Curcumin) tends to call for 20mg of the bioactive piperidine.
Black pepper must not be consumed in excess of 1 tsp a day when certain medications like digoxin or phenytoin are being taken. The rate at which these medications are cleared by the liver could slow down when black pepper is consumed in excess.
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