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Cayenne Chili Pepper and High Blood Pressure
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I've been taking Cayenne Chili Pepper for just 2 weeks and my blood pressure has dropped from 180 to 150!

The kind of Cayenne I've been taking is called African Birds Eye.

It's reckoned to be one of the best and is VERY VERY HOT.

Once a day I add the tiniest amount (a quarter of a quarter teaspoon) to a glass of freshly made vegetable juice.

That way it goes down without my throat catching on fire.

There are remedies in Nature for everything.

Real remedies.

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05-10-2013 10:16 AM

 



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I like spicy stuff but nightshades can be bad too
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05-10-2013 10:24 AM

 



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I have never tried it, that is until last week. I bought it on sale too, it was good. But expensive to buy. It was on sale for one bottle @ $5.99. I believe it is normally a dollar or two more at organic store.

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I've been eating organic wild caught salmon bistro meals to help lower my cholesterol. Now I'll think more about this pepper stuff. Thanks. Heartflowers
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I only use cayenne pepper, I love it!!!

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Thanks will this info on.

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Thanks will this info on.

(Cinnamon for stable for sugar levels.)
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You're sure it's a quarter of a quarter not a half a quarter of a quarter? I mean, I wouldn't want to poison myself or anything with a 16th of a teaspoon of pepper. chuckle
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I buy it by the case. My home is no a superfund site.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-10-2013 09:50 AM)
I've been taking Cayenne Chili Pepper for just 2 weeks and my blood pressure has dropped from 180 to 150!

The kind of Cayenne I've been taking is called African Birds Eye.

It's reckoned to be one of the best and is VERY VERY HOT.

Once a day I add the tiniest amount (a quarter of a quarter teaspoon) to a glass of freshly made vegetable juice.

That way it goes down without my throat catching on fire.

There are remedies in Nature for everything.

Real remedies.

I use this
Cayenne pepper 90K HU - powder
Sprinkle it on my diner every day and been using it for more than a year. Great stuff!


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I use this
Cayenne pepper 90K HU - powder
Weight and BP are down- great stuff
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The Evil AC  Wrote: (05-10-2013 10:24 AM)
I have never tried it, that is until last week. I bought it on sale too, it was good. But expensive to buy. It was on sale for one bottle @ $5.99. I believe it is normally a dollar or two more at organic store.

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I've been eating organic wild caught salmon bistro meals to help lower my cholesterol. Now I'll think more about this pepper stuff. Thanks. Heartflowers

It sounds like it might help. Check out:

The amazing healing powers of cayenne pepper (capsicum)
http://www.naturalnews.com/035612_cayenn...icine.html

"Cayenne powder serves as both a general tonic and a medicine. In addition to potentially helping cease the fatal throes of a heart attack, ingesting cayenne daily also clears clogged arteries while strengthening the whole cardiovascular system and the heart."

The complete article is well worth reading.

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-10-2013 11:58 AM)
You're sure it's a quarter of a quarter not a half a quarter of a quarter? I mean, I wouldn't want to poison myself or anything with a 16th of a teaspoon of pepper. chuckle

Hey, tough guy, want to try a whole teaspoon of African Birdseye? Or a tablespoon? Go ahead. Be my guest. But you might want to read this first (it's from the same article):

"If you use cayenne, ensure it's organic. Even organic cayenne is inexpensive and the potential benefits are invaluable. The powder comes from various dried and ground chili peppers, all containing capsaicin (cap-say-sin). The amount of capsaicin is indicated by the cayenne powder's heat levels, measured in Scoville heat units (SHU) or heat units (HU).

The lowest therapeutic level of SHU or heat units is 35,000. You will often find cayenne powder listed at 40,000, 60,000, 90,000 or 100,000 SHU or heat units. Unless you have a fondness for really hot spicy foods, you may want to start at the 40,000 level. Ultimately, moving up the heat line is recommended for optimum efficacy."


The African Birdseye I use can measure up to 175,000 Scoville heat units. That's why I said "a quarter of a quarter teaspoon". And I had to gradually work up to that from a much tinier amount, about enough to fit on the end of a toothpick. The stuff is dynamite!

To your health!

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Not everyone's stomach can handle cayenne.

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Karu  Wrote: (05-10-2013 03:14 PM)
Not everyone's stomach can handle cayenne.

I know, that's why I dip my balls in in a mix of cayenne and water
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if i see that sucker i'm gonna buy it, nice looking bottle, but yea, at that price just a once in awhile purchase

The Evil AC  Wrote: (05-10-2013 10:24 AM)
I have never tried it, that is until last week. I bought it on sale too, it was good. But expensive to buy. It was on sale for one bottle @ $5.99. I believe it is normally a dollar or two more at organic store.

[Image: 8ac8c7ab09d1a07d2125c9ecadab13b5.jpg]


I've been eating organic wild caught salmon bistro meals to help lower my cholesterol. Now I'll think more about this pepper stuff. Thanks. Heartflowers

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