Cayenne pepper capsules
There is a
reason why every well trained herbalist carries Cayenne pepper to a
cardio-vascular emergency, and will likely NEVER suffer a heart attack or
stroke themselves. You can protect yourself the same way they do.
FOR USE: Take one capsule with large glass warm
water, on an empty stomach, or with food using much less water. Please start
slowly. Build up doses as you assess your personal tolerance. Some of our
clients take 5 caps 2x per day, others feel much better with just 1 cap 1x day.
Cayenne and other
red chilli peppers have been shown to reduce blood cholesterol, triglyceride
levels, and platelet aggregation, while increasing the body's ability to dissolve
fibrin, a substance integral
to the formation of blood clots. Cultures where hot peppers like cayenne are
used liberally have a much lower rate of heart attack, stroke and pulmonary
ingredient in Cayenne pepper)not only shows promise against pain, but its
peppery heat also stimulates secretions that help clear mucus from your stuffed
up nose or congested lungs. Capsaicin is similar to a compound found in many
cold remedies for breaking up congestion, except that capsaicin works much
A tea made with
cayenne pepper very quickly stimulates the mucus membranes lining the nasal
passages to drain, helping to relieve congestion and stuffiness. Try taking
your capsules on an empty stomach, with warm water to feel the full effect. You
can do this just before a meal if needed. Next cold and flu
season, you'll be better protected.
bright red colour signals its high content of beta-carotene or pro-vitamin A.
Just two teaspoons of cayenne pepper provide 47% of the daily value for vitamin
A. Often called the anti-infection vitamin, vitamin A is essential for healthy
epithelial tissues including the mucous membranes that line the nasal passages,
lungs, intestinal tract and urinary tract and serve as the body's first line of
defence against invading pathogens.
Prevent Stomach Ulcers
Chilli peppers like
cayenne have a bad--and undeserved--reputation for contributing to stomach
ulcers. Not only do they not cause ulcers, these hot peppers may help prevent
them by killing bacteria you may have ingested, while powerfully stimulating
the cells lining the stomach to secrete protective buffering juices that
prevent ulcer formation. The use of cayenne pepper is actually associated with
a reduced risk of stomach ulcers.
All that heat you
feel after eating hot chilli peppers takes energy--and calories to produce.
Even sweet red peppers have been found to contain substances that significantly
increase thermogenesis (heat production) and oxygen consumption for more than
20 minutes after they are eaten.
Contents: Cayenne pepper