Sunday, May 21, 2017

Cayenne Pepper Benefits


Way back in the 90's there was a Mexican lady I worked with at a Hotel.
She was drinking a old type of drink to lose weight Tamarindo with Cayenne!
I couldn't tell if she lost weight being the hotel food we ate was not
so good for you at the time. But the drink helped her to get going.
It made her feel better.

I use Cayenne a lot. I found out it is better for me if I get it from a plant
than in a spice bottle. Cayenne does not burn me like a jalapeno or others
do and I feel better using it than not. No HABASSBURN!
In fact they say it reduces acidity!

The Capsicum has many uses. It is also in sex gels but I would recommend
using something that has "Ginger root Extract" in it first in a sex use.
Keep in mind Capsicum is also a topical use for sore muscles.
So learn how to use it!

http://101.lubezilla.com/featured-stories/what-to-know-about-lubes-with-tightening-ingredients

http://www.mayoclinic.org/drugs-supplements/capsaicin-topical-route/description/drg-20062561

~~~~~Cayenne Pepper Benefits Your Gut, Heart & Beyond
Many of us have used cayenne pepper to add a little spice to our meals, but did you know that it has the power to change your health? It has been used for both food and medicine for the last 9,000 years! Cayenne pepper can stimulate your body’s circulation and reduce acidity; it’s a powerful, spicy little pepper that offers many health benefits.
Cayenne pepper is typically added to food in either its natural or powdered form, and some people use it as a cream or capsule in order to take advantage of its detoxifying properties.
Cayenne pepper benefits are numerous and effective; it’s used to help digestion, including heal upset stomach, slow intestinal gas, stop stomach pain, cure diarrhea and as a natural remedy for cramps. It’s also used for conditions of the heart and blood vessels – including to improve poor circulation, reverse excessive blood clotting, lower high cholesterol and prevent heart disease.
When consumed, cayenne pepper has the power to relieve a toothache, seasickness,  alcoholism, malaria and fever; it’s also used to help people who have difficulty swallowing. When applied topically, cayenne pepper benefits the skin, too. It alleviates pain caused by shingles, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and even as part of a natural remedy for fibromyalgia.
The fruit of the capsicum plant contains a chemical called capsaicin. Capsaicin is being studied to test its ability to reduce pain sensations when applied to the skin, and research indicates that it would be effective as a remedy for headaches (including migraines), potential cure for osteoarthritis and other painful conditions.

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