Cayenne has the ability to ease upset stomach, ulcers, sore throats, spasmodic and irritating coughs, and diarrhoea. Cayenne pepper aids in fat loss and is a great spice for helping with weight loss.
Cayenne pepper helps prevent migraines. This may be related to the pepper’s ability to stimulate a pain response in a different area of the body.
Cayenne is an anti- agent and may even help relieve allergies. Cayenne is a well-known digestive aid. It stimulates the digestive tract, increasing the flow of enzyme production and gastric juices. This aids the body’s ability to metabolise food (and toxins). Cayenne pepper is also helpful for relieving intestinal gas. It stimulates intestinal peristaltic motion, aiding in both assimilation and elimination.
Cayenne stimulates the production of saliva, an important key to excellent digestion and maintaining optimal oral health. Cayenne pepper also helps reduce atherosclerosis, encourages fibrinolytic activity and prevents factors that lead to the formation of blood clots, all of which can help reduce the chances of a heart attack or stroke. Cayenne is a known circulatory stimulant. It also increases the pulse of our lymphatic and digestive rhythms. By heating the body, the natural process of detoxification is streamlined. Cayenne also causes us to sweat, another important process of detoxification. Cayenne pepper acts to cause temporary pain on the skin, which sends chemical messengers from the skin into the joint, offering relief for joint pain. Cayenne is an excellent preservative and has been used traditionally to prevent food contamination from bacteria.
Cayenne is an excellent agent against tooth and gum diseases and can also be used to treat snake bites, rheumatism, sores, wounds and lumbago.Best Eaten: As an ingredient on your food or prepare with your meals to add some kick and spice to your dishes.