Cayenne is a stimulant, appetizer, decongestant and a digestive. Because it is a powerful circulatory stimulant, it can be used to help support high blood pressure, poor circulation and helping to stimulate the heart. Cayenne is good for the heart, k...
Cayenne is a stimulant, appetizer, decongestant and a digestive. Because it is a powerful circulatory stimulant, it can be used to help support high blood pressure, poor circulation and helping to stimulate the heart. Cayenne is good for the heart, kidneys, lungs, pancreas, spleen and stomach. It can be useful for joint pain and can help to support colds, nasal congestions and sore throats. Cayenne also acts as a catalyst for other herbs. This herb contains Apasacine, capsacutin, capsaicin, capsanthine, capsico, cobalt, folic acid, pantothenic acid, para-aminobenzoic acid, zinc, vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6 and C. One research study has found that the ingestion of cayenne can reduce the damage cause by ASA (Aspirin).
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Take 2-3 capsules, 3 times per day.
Cayenne (Capsicum frutescens) - 450 mg
Excessive internal use can inflame membranes that line the stomach and intestines; harm to the kidneys is also possible. If you have any digestive disorders, seek professional medical advice before use.
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