Marichi (Miryalu) Powder Marichi (Miryalu) Powder

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Maricha or Black pepper is native to Western Ghats of India. It is cultivated for its fruit, which is widely used...

Maricha or Black pepper is native to Western Ghats of India. It is cultivated for its fruit, which is widely used as spice and in traditional Indian medicine preparation.

Botanical Name: Piper nigrum Linn.IMG_4358

Family: Piperaceae

English Name: Black pepper, Peppercorn.

Sanskrit Names: Vellaja, Kola, Palitha, Shyama, Krishna.

Names in Indian language:

  • Hindi: Kali mirchi
  • Kannada:Karee menasu
  • Malayalam: Nalla muluku, Yavanapriyam
  • Tamil: Milagu
  • Telugu: Miriyalu
  • Bengali: Golmirch
  • Marati: Mirin, Mire
  • Panjabi:Kali mirch
  • Oriya: Gola maricha
  • Gujarati: Kalamari

Description:  A stout climber grows to a height of 8 meters or more, Stems: Stem have knots where leaves, adventitious roots and fruits emerge. Leaves: leaves are alternate, petiolate, dark green in colour on upper side and whitish-green on underside of the leaves, leathery texture,  almond shape,  6 to 10 cm long. Flower: Whitish or yellowish green seen in clusters along stalk (Pendulous spikes). Fruits: Round, 40 to 60 fruits on each spike, green in colour turns to red when they ripen, each fruit contain single seed.

 

Pharmacological action: Anti inflammatory, Anti cancer, Anti oxidant, Anti microbial, Antidiarrhoeal, Antispasmodic, Analgesic and Antipyretic.

Maricha or Black pepper is native to Western Ghats of India. It is cultivated for its fruit, which is widely used as spice and in traditional Indian medicine preparation.

Botanical Name: Piper nigrum Linn.IMG_4358

Family: Piperaceae

English Name: Black pepper, Peppercorn.

Sanskrit Names: Vellaja, Kola, Palitha, Shyama, Krishna.

Names in Indian language:

  • Hindi: Kali mirchi
  • Kannada:Karee menasu
  • Malayalam: Nalla muluku, Yavanapriyam
  • Tamil: Milagu
  • Telugu: Miriyalu
  • Bengali: Golmirch
  • Marati: Mirin, Mire
  • Panjabi:Kali mirch
  • Oriya: Gola maricha
  • Gujarati: Kalamari

Description:  A stout climber grows to a height of 8 meters or more, Stems: Stem have knots where leaves, adventitious roots and fruits emerge. Leaves: leaves are alternate, petiolate, dark green in colour on upper side and whitish-green on underside of the leaves, leathery texture,  almond shape,  6 to 10 cm long. Flower: Whitish or yellowish green seen in clusters along stalk (Pendulous spikes). Fruits: Round, 40 to 60 fruits on each spike, green in colour turns to red when they ripen, each fruit contain single seed.

 

Pharmacological action: Anti inflammatory, Anti cancer, Anti oxidant, Anti microbial, Antidiarrhoeal, Antispasmodic, Analgesic and Antipyretic.

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Monday - Friday, after 6pm Delivery lead-time of 1-3 working days commences on the next working day from when the order is made.
Saturday and Sunday Delivery estimate of 1-3 working days commences on the next working day from when the order is made.

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Orders Placed

Delivery

Time

Monday - Friday, before 6pm Delivery estimate of 1-3 working days commences on the same working day the order is made. Your order will arrive 3-7 days after shipment.
Monday - Friday, after 6pm Delivery lead-time of 1-3 working days commences on the next working day from when the order is made.
Saturday and Sunday Delivery estimate of 1-3 working days commences on the next working day from when the order is made.

  • For more details, check our FAQs out here!