Building Health Naturally

Black Pepper Oil? Why in the world would you consider taking it and what you need to know. . .

Black Pepper also known as Piper nigrum, has a long history of use in Ayurvedic and Southeast Asia medicine, used as a general restorative tonic.

Piperine has been shown to substantially increase the body’s ability to absorb the nutrients in foods and supplements. It has been show to work a few different ways:

blackpepper_image1- By interfering with the body’s ability to metabolize substances, stimulating absorption of nutrients through the intestinal lining, and actually slowing down the action of the intestines in order to give the body more time to absorb the nutrients there.

2- Similar to Super-antioxidants that support other antioxidants, piperine can increase the effectiveness of other beneficial nutrients, including antioxidants enzymes.

3- Research has shown it can boost the bioavailability of curcumin substantially.

4- Rich in antioxidants.

5- Supports healthy circulation.

6.- Aids digestion.

7- Soothes nerves and lessens anxious feelings.

(Source: Dr. Marc S. Micozzi, M.D. Ph.D.)

Feel free to e-mail me to find out what brand I recommend.

Bridging the gap between Wealth & Health!


These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease

Follow Me


Business Coach and Wellness Advocate at Nature's Way for Health
Follow Me

Latest posts by Kandy (see all)

No Comments Yet

Leave a Reply

Share with your Friends