Pepper is one of the most common spices in cooking and medicine. They use it so everyone, including those who do not like spicy food.
In fact, there is a dish where plain undesirable, even put in some treats.
Types of Pepper
There are several types of pepper, but black is most often used in grain or milled.
Green pepper is obtained by picking grain before ripening.
While fresh is immersed in salt water, dried at high temperatures or freezing to preserve the characteristic hue.
White is made from ripe beans, soak in water for a few days and then peel off to only seed white.
Therefore, the mild taste of black and green. Red is fully ripe and unpeeled, and treated in brine or frozen to preserve the color.
And finally, the most popular black harvested just before ripening, drying in the sun and becomes black and hard.
All types of pepper are healthy and strong immunity lifted.
Contain little sodium, and a lot of vitamin C, iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper and manganese.
In addition to cooking, it is used in medicine, it acts as a diuretic and promotes expulsion of fluid from the body and thus it free of harmful substances.
Improves overall health and digestion, is rich in antioxidants that protect against cancer and has antibacterial properties.
It is recommended for people who suffer from bloating because it facilitates digestion
and regulates digestion.
In folk medicine it is used for inflammation of the sinuses, muscle spasms and stimulate circulation.