Cayenne Pepper

by admin on December 22, 2009

What Is The Cayenne Pepper?

Cayenne Pepper is actually a fruit, but it is also widely used as a spice in cooking because of its bright red colour and spiciness. Additionally, the cayenne pepper has also been used for decades as a herb with high medicinal value. High in the complete B complexes, Vitamins C and E complexes, beta-carotenes, potassium and calcium, it has been a miracle healing aid for the digestive system, the nervous system, and the heart and circulatory system.

The most important beneficial properties of cayenne are due to this chemical called Capsaicin, the secret agent which gives peppers their HOTNESS. Generally, the more capsaicin it has, the hotter the pepper. Today cayenne is used to treat a big array of health conditions all over the world.

Cayenne pepper moves the blood

There is no other herb which increases your blood flow faster than cayenne pepper. It moves blood. “What are the 10 most important herbs to have in the home?” Dr. Schultze, the inventor of the MasterClease Diet said this: “At the top of the list is cayenne pepper, because it will make the other 9 work better.”

When there is a sick area in your body, it’s often due to a restricted blood flow in that area. Blood carrying the “Cayenne Pepper TNT” blasts through the blockages in that area that’s sick, taking with it all the minerals and vitamins and nutrients from the foods you eat. And then takes away all the accumulated toxics as well!

From the text of Dr. Christopher:
“In 35 years of practice, and working with the people and teaching, I have never on house calls lost one heart attack patient and the reason is, whenever I go in–if they are still breathing–I pour down them a cup of cayenne tea (a teaspoon of cayenne in a cup of hot water, and within minutes they are up and around). This is one of the fastest acting aids we could ever give for the heart, because it feeds that heart immediately. Most hearts are suffering from malnutrition because of processed food we are eating, but here it gets a good powerful dose of real food and it’s something that has brought people in time after time. This is something that everyone should know how great it is, because a heart attack can come to your friends or loved ones any time. And even yourself. The warm tea is faster working than tablets, capsules, cold tea, because the warm tea opens up the cell structure–makes it expand and accept the cayenne that much faster, and it goes directly to the heart, through the artery system, and feeds it in powerful food.”

Cayenne pepper powder in the Lemonade Diet

What if you cannot bear the taste of the cayenne pepper in your lemonade? You can either purchase cayenne capsules off the shelves, or buy empty capsules at any pharmacy and contain the powder inside the capsule yourself, and then down it with the lemonade.

You are advised to consume the cayenne powder directly, rather than through capsules! When you taste cayenne in your mouth, cayenne’s healing action begins as the cayenne is absorbed in seconds. Nerve endings send signals throughout the body, followed by waves of “hot blood”! Then your stomach will let out digestive juices before the cayenne even arrive there, so that when the cayenne gets down, your stomach is prepared for it.

Your tongue tastes nothing when you swallow a capsule. Your stomach notices nothing when it comes until 5 minutes later – when the capsule bursts – and you have half a teaspoon of cayenne pepper firing up your stomach.

Alternatively, ginger can be used as a substitute if you cannot find Cayenne Pepper powder. Another way you can try is to take some dried peppers and grind them up into a powder. Then again, the lemonade mixture may not be as effective and efficient.

Cayenne pepper and its healing effects

Cayenne is widely used to cure constipation, allergies, and digestion problems. But the more surprising and wonderful thing about cayenne is its ability to relieve heart attacks!

Here then, is a short list of the health benefits of the Cayenne pepper:

Good for digestion: Cayenne pepper in diet can help to prevent bloated-ness and stomach aches. It promotes the stomach acid, bile and saliva secretive, improving digestion.

Helps weight loss: Cayenne in food helps one to lose weight through reducing extra appetite which resulted from weak absorption. It also promotes “thermogenesis”, a process in which heat is produced in our body, causing more fats to be burnt away.

Boosts immunity: Cayenne pepper contains beta-carotene promotes defence against invading bacteria and viruses. It also helps in strengthening the immunity of the lungs, nasal passage, and urinary tracts to fight infections.

Good Anti-oxidant: Vitamin A or beta-carotene in cayenne pepper can protect cells from the damages done by free radicals. It prevents intestinal cancer and atherosclerosis and can potentially reduce diabetic complications, namely heart disease and nervous damage too.

Heart disease: Consuming cayenne extract has been proven to be able to prevent the occurrence heart attack. Furthermore Cayenne can lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels in blood, and dissolve fibrin that causes blood to clot in the blood vessels.

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Michael November 23, 2010 at 6:49 am

What about the Organic Liquid Cayenne Pepper? Does that work just as well? If you use it, how much do you use vs. the amount you recommend of the powder (since I believe the liquid is a concentrate – I use the Gaia Herbs brand that comes in a one fluid oz. bottle with a dropper for dispensing and it says it’s 333 mg/ml herb equivalent. They recommend 5-10 drops in a small amount of water 3-4 times daily as needed, but that’s just for general use and is not a recommendation associated with the lemonade diet).

Nancy December 5, 2010 at 9:31 am

Michael…just curious, did you do the diet yet? If so, may I ask how it went? Any tips? I am thinking about beginning it tomorrow, if I get to the store today. Did anyone answer your question about liquid? Thanks! Nancy

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