Thippali | Pippali | Long pepper
Thippali/Pippali is the name given to the Asian variety of the so-called long pepper (from the Latin – piper longum linn). This is a rare climbing perennial plant found in India’s warmest regions as well as the central Himalayas. The plant’s fruits resemble small, narrow cones with a distinct scent and a powerful flavour. It is frequently confused with black pepper. Both have a very similar flavour
- Although pippali is spicier and more fragrant than black pepper.
- Can be used to treat and prevent colds, coughs, laryngitis, bronchitis, and asthma.
- Pippali is exceptionally efficient against a variety of bacterial infections, particularly when taken as an essential oil.
- It is a necessary component in over 320 traditional ayurveda and herbal remedies.
- Long pepper is commonly used in the preparation of non-vegetarian dishes such as Biryanis, kababs, and other dishes.
- Long pepper is a common ingredient in vegetable pickles.
- Thippili, also known as Pippali, offers a number of health benefits, including the ability to cure ailments and boost immunity.
- Long Pepper, Indian Long Pepper
- Hindi: Pipli
- Marathi: Pimpli
- Tamil: Tippili
- Malayalam: Tippali
- Telugu: Pippallu
- Kannada: Hippali, Tippali
- Konkani: Pipli
- Urdu: Pipul
- Gujarati: Pipari
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