Cayenne - 1 oz
Price: $ 10.00 for 1 oz
Cayenne - Capsicum spp., C. annuum, C. Fritescems
Cayenne is more than a seasoning; it contains constituents that are added to creams, ointments, salves and tinctures. It is a red pepper which also called chili pepper, red pepper, paprika, to name a few.
Cayenne is from the Solanaceae Family (Nightshade Family).
Many arthritic, bruise, sprain, or shingle products carry cayenne (or known as capsaicin) due to its heat property's and ability to relieve pain. However, it is not widely known that it can also be used in an eye wash and to stop bleeding, i.e. nose bleeds or wounds. It has been said it can be used stop a heart attack on the onset, similar to using nitro glycerin tabs – you will still need to go to the emergency room for treatment.
Cayenne works by stimulating the brain to release endorphins and improves blood circulation. When used topically, it aids in blocking the neuropeptide known as substance P; which transports the pain message to the brain.
Function: Warm the stomach and Resolve Mucous Damp
Effects: Arterial circulation, arthritis, asthma, atherosclerosis, bleeding, chills, colds, cough, dysentery, flu, hearat, high cholesterol, migraine, obesity, sore throat, stomach, intestines and lungs.
Preparation: Tincture, cream - salve - ointment, powder, food.
Caution: Avoid if pregnant, nursing, sweat suddenly or profusely. Avoid eyes or sensitive skin areas. Wear gloves when preparing fresh peppers. The seeds are very hot. Wash hands after handling peppers, powder or any product / food.
Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.