Skip to product information
1 of 1

Black and White Pepper

Black and White Pepper

Good For

  • Cold feelings in the belly
  • Upset stomach
  • Throwing up clear liquid
  • Diarrhea
  • Bad reactions to food


  • Hot and spicy
  • Moves downward
  • Warms inside your body
  • Helps your stomach and large intestine

How to Prepare

  1. Boil 30g of sliced fresh ginger and 1g of ground black pepper in 3 cups of water. Boil until you have just 1 cup left. Drink this 3 times a day for one day if you're throwing up because of an upset stomach.

  2. Crush 10 black peppercorns into powder. Boil the powder in 8 cups of water. Use the liquid to wash the skin area with issues, like eczema, twice a day.


An experiment had 24 adults hold 1g of black pepper in their mouths without swallowing. This test showed that black pepper can make blood pressure go up a bit. But, it goes back to normal in 10 to 15 minutes. No changes were seen in how fast the heart beats. People mostly felt warm in their bodies or heads.

Clinical Reports

  1. For simple tummy issues causing diarrhea: Mix 1g white pepper powder with 9g sugar water. Small kids take a little; older kids take a bit more, three times a day for 1 to 3 days. If needed, also drink fluids to stay hydrated.

  2. For kidney issues: Put 7 white peppercorns into a chicken egg. Seal it, wrap it, and steam it. Adults eat 2 eggs a day and kids eat 1 for 10 days. Usually, do this three times with a break in between.


Black and white pepper help warm up your body and can even help get rid of strong smells in meat and fish. But don't eat too much! It's not good for people with problems in their eyes or those with a sore throat.

View full details