When testing the effectiveness of supplements, researchers use specific doses to gauge whether or not an ingredient is effective or ineffective. The Supplement Database includes 2 studies on black pepper fruit extract (piperine) dosing. These studies indicate an effective dose is 60 milligrams per day.

A single study typically tests a specific dose of a supplement against a number of claims. Studies generally come to one of three conclusions: 1) the supplement was extremely effective, 2) the supplement was moderately effective, 3) the supplement was ineffective. The only doses listed on this page are ones which studies found either moderately or extremely effective. Ineffective doses are not shown.

Table of Contents

  1. Simple Dosing Report
  2. Products Containing Black Pepper Fruit Extract (Piperine)
  3. Detailed Dosing Report

Simple Dosing Report

The table below lists the effective dose ranges for the claim listed. Click on the claim for more information on how well the supplement works for the specific activity. The detailed report, at the bottom of this page, includes more in-depth dosing data.

Claim Dosage
Overall Dose Range (all claims) 60 milligrams per day
improve recovery 60 milligrams per day
reduce muscle damage 60 milligrams per day

Products Containing Black Pepper Fruit Extract (Piperine)

The following table lists a few of the supplement products from the database which contain black pepper fruit extract (piperine). For a complete listing, follow the link at the bottom of the table.

Product Name Amount of Black Pepper Fruit Extract (Piperine)
Estro-X 9mg
Thermogen 5mg
D1-T 3mg
LEAN Pre-Workout 5mg
Glow Female Enhancement 500mcg

See the full list of products containing black pepper fruit extract (piperine).

Detailed Dosing Report

The detailed dosing report breaks down how each study rated a specific dose. Additionally, this report also provides daily frequency of a dose.

Note: sometimes, studies may find smaller doses are more effective than larger ones. Rather than focusing on specific numbers, look at the range of effective doses when evaluating how much of a supplement you should take.

The first column (dosage) is the amount of the supplement taken per sitting. The next column (frequency) is the number of times the dosage was taken each day. The third column (daily total) is dosage multiplied by frequency. The final column (effectiveness) is how well that dose worked for the specific claim. Click the icon in the reference column to read the study.

Click the icon in the first column to read the reference study of the dosing information.

This icon is shown next to a dose based on bodyweight. The default bodyweight is 150 pounds. Use the form below to base these doses on a new bodyweight.

Improve Recovery

Dosage Frequency Daily Total Effectiveness
20mg 3x per day 60mg

Reduce Muscle Damage

Dosage Frequency Daily Total Effectiveness
20mg 3x per day 60mg