Benefits of Cayenne
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Anti Irritant Properties
Anti Cold and Flu Agent
Anti Fungal Properties
Migraine Headache Prevention
Anti Allergen
Digestive Aid
Anti Redness Properties
Helps Produce Saliva
Useful for Blood Clots
Detox Support
Joint Pain Reliever
Anti Bacterial Properties
Possible Anti Cancer Agent
Supports Weight Loss
Promotes Heart Health
Remedy for Toothache
Topical Remedy
Nutritional profile of cayenne
Relieving pain
Burning calories and suppressing appetite
Treating psoriasis
Treating cluster headaches
Precautions and side effects of cayenne
Uses of Cayenne Pepper
Cayenne actually can raise the body temperature a bit
Home treatment for mild high blood pressure and high blood cholesterol levels
Cayenne Pepper and Heart Health
Key Health Benefits of Cayenne Pepper
It regulates the flow of blood
Plant Description
What s It Made Of
Available Forms
Cayenne does not dissolve easily in water
Capsaicin capsules may cause stomach irritation
Eating cayenne in food is considered safe during pregnancy
Possible Interactions
Vitamin Dose
Weight Loss Help
Healthy Hydration
Side Effects
Suggested Properties
Common Names
Cayenne variety of chili pepper plant
Cayenne contains health benefiting alkaloid compound
Rich source ofvitamin C
Richest source of vitamin A
High levels of essential minerals
Cayenne peppers are also good in B complex
Medicinal uses
Culinary uses
Safety profile
Use of herb

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