Keep Cholesterol in Check with Black Pepper
Black pepper isn’t just for cooking. There are so many alternative uses for black pepper that it would be hard to name them all.
One of the best uses of black pepper though is for keeping your cholesterol in check. Mix about 1/4 teaspoon of black pepper with a glass of buttermilk and some finely diced onions. While it doesn’t sound too appetizing, it will keep your cholesterol levels where they need to be.
Black Pepper Coagulates Wounds
Black pepper is a great substitute for a bandage. Let’s say you have a cut on your finger. Roll a paper towel into a cone shape and then dump some black pepper into the cone. The more blood, the more pepper. Now, stick your finger into the pepper and hold it there for a few minutes while the pepper does some work on stopping the bleeding.
Spice Up the Bedroom with Black Pepper Remedies
One unusual use for black pepper is spicing up the bedroom. If you are having trouble performing, try the recipe below for an excellent way to get your libido back.
- Clarified butter
- Black pepper
- Crushed almonds
- Heat a teaspoon of clarified butter in a pan.
- Add three to four whole black peppers into the pan with a teaspoon of milk. Mix well.
- Add three to four crushed almonds to the mix and all the mixture to boil.
- When the mixture cools down, drink.
Black Pepper and Clove Oil Heal Toothaches
One of the most effective all-natural ways to cure a toothache is with some black pepper and clove oil. Simply mix the black pepper with enough clove oil to make a sort of paste. Place the paste on the tooth that hurts and it should stop aching with a few minutes.