Remedy: Cayenne pepper
Cayenne pepper, description, properties, how to use as a traditional remedy. Capsaicin as a blood thinner and circulation booster.
Visitors personal experiences with Cayenne pepper
Comment posted by Carol of Eagle Point, Oregon, USA on 18 July 2014 at 5:21 2706
After a week of inactivity I began to have almost continuous chest pain. Even nattokinase and magnesium citrate on an empty stomach brought me no relief. I added a size 0 capsule full of cayenne pepper at 8 to 12 hour intervals and received relief from the first dose within 15 minutes. The pain only returned when I let 14 hours elapse without a dose of cayenne. After vomiting following an empty stomach capsule, I began taking it with food and had no further trouble. I'm sold on the value of cayenne for circulatory enhancement.
Remedy (new) posted by David Niven Miller of Perth, WA, Australia on 6 May 2010 at 18:47 152
Cayenne pepper is an excellent aid in the event of a heart attack, angina, or even if you are at risk of a heart attack. As an emergency treatment, use a teaspoon of cayenne pepper in a glass of warm to hot water.
Dr. John Christopher, famous natural healer, praised the use of Cayenne throughout the time of his practice. He had this to say in his Newsletter titled "Cayenne", Vol 1, Number 12: "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 ... 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."
With angina, it gives relief within minutes.