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see pepperpepper,
name for the fruits of several unrelated Old and New World plants used as spices or vegetables or in medicine. Old World (True) Peppers

Black pepper (Piper nigrum
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The dried, nearly ripe fruit (berries) of a climbing vine, Piper cubeba, of the pepper family (Piperaceae).
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Effects of methanolic extract and fractions from Litsea cubeba bark on the production of inflammatory mediators in RAW264.
cubeba oil was added to either citronella grass or black pepper oil at all treatments by contact method.
Withania somnifera was used in combination with Abroma augusta, Saraca asoca, Rauwolfia serpentina, and Piper cubeba by the Kaviraj for treatment of irregular menstruation, leucorrhea, and anemia.
The fruits of Piper cubeba are used in traditional medicines of Indonesia to treat asthma and two compounds, namely a lignan and dihydrocubebin has been isolated from the fruits with tracheospasmolytic activities (Wahyono et al.
Investigations of antiinflammatory and antinociceptive activities of Piper cubeba, Physalis angulata and Rosa hyhrida.
Piper cubeba and Piper nigrum was used by the Kaviraj for treatment of asthma (Serial Number 4).
The MeOH-soluble fractions of 14 samples (Alyxia reinwardtii, Andrographis paniculata, Curcuma heyneana, Cymbopogon nardus, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Piper cubeba, Pi.
For instance, leucorrhea was treated by him with Zingiber purpureum as well as a combination of Asparagus racemosus, Withania somnifera, and Piper cubeba.
The roots of Bombax ceiba were used along with Piper cubeba, Curculigo orchioides, and Withania somnifera for treatment of impotency.
For instance, the concoction that the ojhas use as remedy for tuberculosis include roots of Solanum virginianum, roots of Asparagus racemosus, roots of Hemidesmus indicus, roots of Abrus precatorius, fruits of Piper cubeba, fruits of Terminalia chebula, along with a number of spices including cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, clove, saffron, black cumin and a locally obtained unidentified Santal spice called gojruti.