Shain M Pathan, Pallavi S Ghule, Vidya P Wakale, Sakshi V Gangwe and Akash R Bothe
Black pepper is grown as a tropical and subtropical plant throughout the world. Black Pepper is a spice that belongs to the Piperaceae family and is very famous due to its pungent principal Piperine. Historically Black pepper is used as a spice and medicine for its sundry benefits but it gained popularity during Corona Pandemics for its bronchodilator and Immunomodulatory property. From ancient times it is not only used for culinary purpose but also for its diverse therapeutic properties like Anti-Bacterial, Antidiarrheal, Immunomodulatory, Anti-tumor, Anti-depressant, Hepatoprotective Activity, Bronchodilator, Anti-obesity, Anti-Oxidant, Anti-Thyroid, Antihypertensive effect, Anti-Inflammatory, Anticonvulsant effect, Anti-Diabetic, Anti-Fertility, Anti-fungal, Bioavailability Enhancer, Anti-Allergic, Vitiligo, etc. The aim of this review article is to collect data on Black pepper for its Antithyroid activity.