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Anyone who has ever had a cold has probably tried one of the many over the counter remedies that are widely available. However, there are also plenty of alternative or natural remedies for colds available; as to how effective these treatments are, the only way is to try them yourself. One remedy that may surprise you is using cayenne pepper for colds. The rather strong pepper may not immediately come to mind if you are suffering from a bad cold; however it has been used for many years to treat not only colds and sore throats, but such ailments as … Continue reading
Cayenne is an herb that stimulates circulation and enhances healing capability of the body. The main component of this pepper is the capsaicin that makes the pepper spicier and very hot. Also, capsicum is responsible for many of the cayenne pepper benefits. The Cayenne pepper diet is based on natural and alternative medicine and this diet program is mostly preferred by advocates of detoxification and body cleanses. But these aren’t the only things that cayenne is good for, so if you are looking to gain more from cayenne, you don’t necessarily have to follow the Master Cleanse or do the … Continue reading
Ever eat spicy food and suddenly feel like you have to blow your nose? There might be some cayenne pepper in your dish! So the next time you are feeling stuffed up, whether from a bad cold, the flu or allergies, you might want to give a thought to cayenne’s mucus loosening properties. Some folks swear by the stuff and if you want to have a productive nose blowing session, I think that just adding a bit of cayenne to your next meal with definitely do the trick. Actually, adding cayenne pepper to your food throughout the winter may even … Continue reading