Cayenne pepper – A full stimulating
The cayenne pepper is highly coveted because of its legendary healing properties, intensely exotic flavor and magical property to promote a state of intense health. Additionally culinary uses this chili make it appropriate to maintain a good health without feeling like you’re taking medicine.
Cayenne pepper is known among herbalists for its unrivaled ability to warm our body, make the blood flow to our fingers and limbs that tend to cool and thereby promotes a feeling cozy and warm. Cayenne pepper is also an excellent analgesic, which used topically to relieve pain and also one of the best remedies for nasal congestion.
Medicinal uses of cayenne pepper
Cayenne pepper has many properties that are beneficial to the human body. These properties include:
The cayenne pepper is an excellent circulatory system stimulant, which makes him a safe and effective tonic for the heart. The main components of this wonderful chili feed the cells of the arteries, veins and capillaries and do regain their elasticity, also regulates blood pressure from head to toe, which has dramatic effects on the heart and that this does not have extra-ordinary efforts to do to pump blood throughout the body
Cayenne pepper contains a crucial ingredient called capsaicin, which stimulates circulation and assists in digestion by stimulating the production of saliva and digestive enzymes. Capsaicin also prompts the brain to produce endorphins which are hormones that make us feel good. Capsaicin is also effective as a topical ointment to help with the pain of arthritis, bursitis, and muscle and joint pains.
In addition to all these properties, cayenne pepper is rich in vitamin A and C which makes it an aid to the immune system. This is one of the main reasons why it is used in commercial formulas for colds and flus.
The cayenne pepper helps with gastrointestinal tract problems, including pain, cramps and gas
The cayenne pepper helps with rheumatic pains and arthritic indole.
Cayenne pepper also helps with pain and inflammation of the throat
The cayenne pepper powder has a powerful effect coagulator
The thermogenic effect of cayenne pepper is known, both internal and external
Cayenne pepper and heart
Dr. John Christopher, a famous, respected and loved herbalist recommended mid-twentieth century cayenne pepper very effectively as an indispensable element in the first aid of a heart attack and as a tonic to strengthen it. Recent studies in the United States and India show that cayenne pepper helps lower cholesterol levels and can significantly reduce the severity of heart disease.
Growing cayenne pepper
The cayenne pepper is quite easy to grow, but requires long summer seasons, fertile soil and plenty of sun but is quite tolerant. Usually harvested at the end of the season when the chili is ripe and red color brightening.
Only the chili fruit is edible and medicinal. The leaves, flowers and stems can be toxic and must be discarded.
Necessary care and contraindications
Despite being perfectly safe we have to mention that this chili is very strong and should be handled with caution. The components of cayenne pepper can burn the skin, especially in those with sensitive skin. It is advisable to wear gloves when handling this chili, and avoid at all costs touching the eyes and other sensitive parts of the body.
This chili should be used sparingly, not only because it is highly effective in small doses, but because it is a very strong stimulant and can cause excess stomach convulsions.