Healthy Spices

 

YOU and the benefits of Cayenne Pepper to your body

When I tell you about anything that goes into your body – it is

about organic and natural food or products that are as close to

natural and organic as you can get.

 

I try not to buy man-made products, supplements, boxed, canned

or packaged foods.  And do not use make-up, store bought

cleaning products.  The less I can use the better for my body and

health.

Here s what Dr. Group has to say about the benefits of Cayenne

Pepper.

 

Many societies, especially those of the Americas and China, have

a history of using cayenne pepper therapeutically.  A powerful

compound with many uses, cayenne pepper is currently gaining

buzz for cleansing and detoxifying regimes.

Cayenne pepper has been used for a variety of ailments including

heartburn, delirium, tremors, gout, paralysis, fever, dyspepsia,

atonic dyspepsia, flatulence, sore throat, hemorrhoids,

menorrhagia in women, nausea, tonsillitis, scarlet fever, and

diphtheria.

 

Some of the best health benefits cayenne pepper has to offer

Anti-irritant properties

Clears congestion

Antifungal properties

Migraine headache prevention

Digestive aid

Anti-redness properties

Helps produce saliva

Useful for blood clots

Detox support

Joint pain relief

Anti-bacteria; [rp[ertoes

Promotes longevity

Supports weight loss

Promotes heart health

Remedy for toothache

Topical remedy

Dr. Mercola, who I have read his website and listened to his

interviews, and bought some of his products over the years-

knowing that they are top-shelf and organic and natural.  I can

depend on him to produce good products, anyway, here is some

of what he says about cayenne pepper:

Cancer treatment centers of America listed 11 foods with cancer-

fighting properties, and placed cayenne pper near the top.  There

are reasons for that.

I use about ¼ teaspoon on my eggs daily-organic of course.  A

single teaspoon of cayenne pepper imparts 14 percent of the daily

recommended value in vitamin A and 3 percent of vitamin E.  an

excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin K, B6.

Clears congestion

Reduces headache pain

Fights inflammation

Helps sop spread of prostate cancer

Lowers type 2 diabetes risk

Aids in weight loss

Add cayenne pepper to your recipes – put them on eggs, really

good in scrambles eggs

Use cayenne pepper every day-every day it will help your healthy

body

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