Cayenne Pepper

How to Grow Cayenne Pepper and The Healing Benefits of Cayenne Cayenne peppers are part of the capsicum family and are closely related to other kinds of hot chili pepper. Since ancient times, it has been observed that hot and spicy foods increase the body’s metabolism and that heat, in this sense, generates heat. During the Spanish conquest of Latin America, it is said that priests were horrified by the widespread popularity of cayenne pepper and other peppers, considering them aphrodisiacs which were “as hot…

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cayenne pepper

Homemade Cayenne Pepper Remedies and Solutions Cayenne Pepper Cough Mixture If you have a wet, productive, mucus-y cough, a cough syrup made with cayenne pepper could help. Capsaicin will boost blood circulation, helping to speed the healing process, as well as making it easier for you to cough up the mucus. However, too much cayenne pepper can irritate the stomach, and has also been shown to reduce the effects of aspirin and ACE inhibitors, so don’t try this without asking your doctor first if you’re…

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