CAYENNE/capsicum acts as a stimulant and enhances the beneficial effects of other herbs and vitamins we may take.

It is an excellent antiseptic and is very nutritious and has the ability to stimulate stomach acid production, thereby increasing the sterilising capacity of the stomach against potential  intestinal infections.

Respiratory ailments, especially catarrhal congestions, are loosened and then able to be expelled more easily when CAYENNE tea is taken, as hot as you can handle it.

Earache and sore throats are successfully treated with a gargle of 1 teaspoon dried Thyme and 1 teaspoon dried Sage and a pinch of CAYENNE; pulverise the herbs first and steep in boiling water for ten minutes.

Capsicum extracts have been tested on many microbes, it was especially inhibitory in its effect on the Bacillus, Clostridium and Streptococcus (sore throat) species.

Bacillus species are common and found in soil, water, plant and animal tissues and they are often implicated as a primary invader, and in secondary infections, and in some cases of food poisoning.

Clostridium species cells or spores are found in sewage, aquatic sediments, intestines of animal and decaying plant and animal matter and they can cause botulism, gas gangrene and tetanus.

Streptococcus is a common bacteria and is toxic to red blood cells, platelets and cardiac tissue.

One very important observation of the study indicated that Capsicum extracts had a slight stimulatory effect on Candida Albicans, so it would be wise if Candida patients avoid using it.

CAYENNE would not suit those who have an inflamed stomach or bowels or those who are allergic to foods containing nightshade, as CAYENNE does.




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