Piperine simultaneously blocks controlled blood pressure and inhibits the proliferation of insensitive and androgen-sensitive human prostate cancer into cell lines. These findings suggest that inhibition may be responsible for the anticancer effect of piperine on androgen-sensitive human prostate cancer cells. Piperine inhibits the proliferation of human prostate cancer cell lines that are sensitive and insensitive to androgens. Antitumor studies have shown that treatment with piperine concentration depends on an induced delay of the cell cycle in phase G and on apoptosis of the LNCaP and PC-3 cells. Piperine is an attractive therapeutic alkaloid of black pepper that has a wide range of pharmacological properties in a variety of pathological conditions, including cancer. This current is significantly blocked by a piperine with a CI value of 39, depending on the concentration. 45 μM in PC-3 cells.2 mV and 8.3 mV in the LNCaP and PC-3 cells. Before any natural, integrative or conventional treatment, it is recommended to consult an authorized physician. By providing the information contained in this document, do not diagnose, treat, cure, cure, relieve or prevent any disease or medical condition.