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The Benefits of Cayenne

Posted by MELINDA NELSON on

Cayenne
  • Helps Digestion: Cayenne pepper helps produce saliva, which is important for excellent digestion as well as preventing bad breath.

  • Relieves Migraine Pain

  • Prevents Blood Clots

  • Provides Detox Support: Cayenne pepper also increases body temperature and boosts your metabolism.

  • Relieves Joint and Nerve Pain

  • Cayenne power has very powerful pain-relieving properties when applied to the skin. It reduces the amount of substance P, a chemical that carries pain messages to the brain
  • Supports Weight Loss: It also burns excess fat because it’s a metabolic booster. As one of the key anti-inflammatory foods, cayenne pepper benefits also include weight loss. Cayenne pepper has the power to soothe inflammation and bloating that comes from allergies, food sensitivities and infections.

  • Cayenne pepper benefits include its anti-irritant properties, making it effective in easing ulcers, upset stomachs, cough and even potentially cure diarrhea.
  • Fights Cold and Flu

  • Cayenne pepper is full of beta carotene and antioxidants that support your immune system. It aids in breaking up and moving congested mucus, and once this nasty mucus leaves the body, the symptoms of the flu or cold will diminish. Besides helping you beat a cold or flu, cayenne pepper also raises your body temperature, which makes you sweat and increases the activity of your immune system. As a vitamin C food in cayenne pepper will also help you to kick that nasty cold.
  • Source of Vitamin A

  • Contains Vitamin E

  • Prevents Allergies

  • Anti-Fungal Properties

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Felicia Jackson is a Certified Health Coach in training and a store manager at Daily Juice Cafe's West University location. She is on a mission to improve her own life and help her family do the same. Ultimately, Felicia aims to use her personal experiences to educate others about health & wellness and help them find a balanced lifestyle.


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