White pepper is applied topically to soothe discomfort. Foods and beverages are flavor-added with white pepper. Aromatherapy employs white pepper essential oil.
Those who are experiencing appetite loss respond best to white pepper because it stimulates appetite and encourages good gout. The herb facilitates the removal of secretions from the airways. Due to the support, it provides for large intestine peristalsis and the speed-up of metabolism, it is also used to treat constipation. To season dishes with light colors, such as seafood, potatoes, soups, cream sauces, and pasta, use white pepper. As white pepper has a stronger flavor than black pepper, use less of it. An unsettled stomach, malaria, cholera, a bacterial infection that causes diarrhea, and cancer are all treated with white pepper taken orally.