How To Make Warm Cayenne Pepper Tea To Reduce Inflammation
|How To Make Warm Cayenne Pepper Tea To Reduce Inflammation||Darrell Miller||11/22/16|
November 22, 2016 04:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (email@example.com)
Subject: How To Make Warm Cayenne Pepper Tea To Reduce Inflammation
Cayenne pepper has taken the front seat in health news recently. The list of health benefits for this natural remedy is extensive and includes things such as helping with inflammation, digestive issues, and migraines. It is believed that the capsaicin in cayenne pepper is responsible for its wonderful effects, and some experts recommend drinking a cup of cayenne pepper tea every day. It’s a simple recipe of boiled water, cayenne pepper, and lemon.
- While American health practitioners have used cayenne pepper for a number of years, it was not until a weight loss diet called the Master Cleanse came about that things really heated up.
- According to anecdotal evidence, cayenne pepper tea is very effective in improving circulation, stimulating digestion, alleviating pain and soothing stomach issues.
- The subject of scientific interest even as far back as 1919, capsaicin is the compound in cayenne which gives it that characteristic heat we all know and (sometimes) love!
"The benefits of cayenne are surprisingly wide-ranging. What’s more, cayenne pepper is one of the few natural remedies to actually receive substantial scientific research."