Common name: Piperine
CAS NO.: 94-62-2
Molecular Formula: C17-H19-N-O3
Molecular Weight: 285.3411
Specification: 95%, 98%, 99%
Test method: HPLC
Resource: Black Pepper
Packing: 5KG/ package
Storage: Store in cool and dry place and keep away from strong direct light and heat
Shelf Life: Two years when properly stored
What is Piperine?
Piperine, an alkaloid present in oleoresin and the spikes of the peppercorn plant, is also present in high concentration in the skin of the pepper berries. Piperine is, in addition, found in plants that were similar and black pepper, and, despite the fact that piperine obtained from natural sources is about 98% pure.
Health Benefits of Piperine
Piperine can stimulate pigmentation in the skin, together with the exposure to UVB light.
Piperine can enhance the pharmacokinetic parameters of resveratrol via inhibiting its glucuronidation, thereby slowing its elimination.
Piperine has shown anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritic effects in human interleukin-1beta-stimulated fibroblast-like synoviocytes and in rat arthritis models.
Piperine has shown ‘anti-depression like activity’, and cognitive enhancing effects in rats.
Piperine has been regarded as a method to boost bowel health for many years, concentrating it in a supplement and taking the powerful infusion of Piperine out of the pepper has allowed us to exploit its power. Piperine in turn, raises the productive nutrient transport capability of our digestive system, increases the emulsifying or digestive content of our intestine and increases blood supply to our intestine.