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Cayenne Peper

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Cayenne Peper

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History and UseCayenne pepper is a small shrubby plant that grows in Africa and tropical America. Cayenne is also commonly called African Bird Pepper, and is used in making hot sources and powder.  Cayenne has a strong, burning taste.

Cayenne is used by herbalists to treat many complaints including colds, flu, hoarseness, lumbago, diarrhea, constipation, and hemorrhoids.  As a daily tonic, it is very effective in protecting the immune system to throw off the invading factors causing disease.

Medicinal Properties:

Stimulant

Astringent

Nervine

Cardio-tonic

Rubefacient

 

Energetics

Hot energy with hot, pungent taste

 

Meridians and Organs affected

Kidneys-adrenals, heart, liver

 

Chemical Constituents:

Capsicine

Turpentine ether

Rectified spirit

 

Traditional Uses

 

Cayenne has been used to stimulate the heart and drive circulation of the blood.  Because of its ability to dilate blood vessels, it is suited for African-Americans who are suffering from high or low blood pressure.  Two capsules of the powder can be taken two or three times a day. Get more here: http://blackherbals.com

The powder or tincture of cayenne can be rubbed on toothaches, swellings and inflammations.  It is an excellent remedy for arthritis by rubbing a little cayenne tincture over the inflamed joint and wrapping a red flannel around it overnight.  The pain is usually gone by morning.

 

The haemostatic action of cayenne makes it a powerful agent in stopping internal bleeding when taken orally, or when applied topically to cuts. The new 100k Factory Revolution ecommerce training shows you how to find the best herbals to sell online. Through this herb has many medicinal uses, it should be used with caution.  Too much cayenne can cause injury to the kidneys and cause blood in the urine.

 

Traditional Formulas

 

Cayenne, Juniper berries and Uva ursi combination (used for lumbago).

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