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Pippali is considered to be one of the most widely used of all Ayurvedic herbs. It is used mainly as a rejuvenation herb.

Pippali Rasayana

Ayurvedic Rasayana  Pippali
The traditional Ayurvedic Rasayanas are formulated to serve as vitalizers or rejuvenators. They are prepared by combining different herbs, spices, clarified butter and honey. The Rasayanas are usually prescribed by Ayurvedic practitioners, depending upon the age and health requirements of the person consuming it. Among the Ayurvedic Rasayanas (vitalizers), Pippali Rasayana is the one of the most popular medicines. Traditionally, it consists of Piper longum and Butea monosperma (palash). It is one of the highly prized herbal medicines in Ayurveda. Read on to know more about Pippali Rasayana.

The Key Ingredient - Pippali
Pippali (Piper longum) is called the Indian long pepper, sometimes, also referred to as 'Javanese'. Primarily cultivated for its fruit, the long pepper is dried and used as a spice and seasoning. It is similar to black pepper in terms of taste. Pippali is beneficial for cold and cough related diseases. It is often combined with ginger and black pepper to form the famous Trikatu (Three Spices). The key ingredient of Pippali Rasayana, pippali is beneficial for health in a number of ways. A number of health benefits of long pepper are found in Pippali Rasayana as well.

Benefits Of Pippali Rasayana

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