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Supports Digestive & Respiratory Health Supports healthy Liver functions Supports healthy blood circulation Supports relaxation of tissues & nerves Pippali, Pimpali or Piper Longum (Latin, linn) is an indigenous plant to North- eastern & southern india and Ceylon, cultivated in Eastern Bengal. Pippali is the term applied to the fruit of piper longum and pippali mool to roots of piper longum plant. Pippali Mool has milder effects than Pippali & is available in small cylindrical pieces of nodal and internodal pieces, about 2 mm thick. Ayurveda mentions uses of pippali roots as anti-inflammatory, pain killing, for reducing abdominal gases, as laxative, and expectorant. As per Ayurvedic principle Pippali mool is hot in potency, and used to handle diseases that occur due to vitiation of Vata (air), and Kapha (phlegm) Dosha/humour. In Ayurvedic text it is mentioned that due to hot potency the roots are used in digestive weakness, and promoting...
Supports Digestive & Respiratory Health Supports healthy Liver functions Supports healthy blood circulation Supports relaxation of tissues & nerves...
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