Cayenne Pepper Healing

Cayenne pepper healing explores the health benefits of cayenne pepper. Cayenne health benefits derive from the cayenne extract capsaicin. The many benefits of capsaicin can be enjoyed by using it both internally and topically.



You can take advantage of the benefits of cayenne pepper on the digestive tract and internal organs by swallowing a couple of capsaicin capsules.

Nature's Way CapsiCool Cayenne - 100 caps

Nature's Way CapsiCool Cayenne - 100 caps

Controlled Heat CapsiCool is a special formulation that provides the benefits of Cayenne without the burning feeling and discomfort in the stomach that otherwise may be experienced.


To ease the pain of shingles, rub a bit of capsaicin cream or ointment into the affected area.

Dr. Christopher's Cayenne Ointment - 4 oz

Dr. Christopher's Cayenne Ointment - 4 oz


To relieve headache pain, use a capsaicin nasal spray.

Headache Relief Nasal Spray with Capsaicin 30 ml: K

Headache Relief Nasal Spray with Capsaicin

Allergy & Sinus Relief Nasal Spray with Capsaicin



What is Capsaicin?

Capsaicin is the substance in cayenne peppers (often misspelled cayanne pepper) that makes them hot. It puts the spice in fresh and dried chillies and adds flavor to cayenne recipes.But there are also medical uses for cayenne pepper.

The Health Benefits of Cayenne Pepper

First of all, cayenne peppers are nutritional powerhouses. Pound for pound, they contain more vitamin C than citrus fruit. They also contain carotenoids and flavonoids which are believed to reduce the risk of some types of cancer and heart disease.

Flavonoids may also work to prevent tooth decay and strengthen the immune system as well as the blood vessels.

Next, there are saponins found only in hot pepper seeds. These are called capsicidins and they are believed to have antibiotic properties.

Curing with Cayenne

Capsaicin is the component responsible for most cayenne pepper health benefits. Taken internally, it stimulates blood circulation (especially to the hands, feet and skin) and alters the way body temperature is regulated.

Fresh cayenne fruit, cayenne pepper extract or powder can all be used to relieve gas or to aid digestion.

Nature's Answer Capsicum - Cayenne Pepper Liquid, 1 oz

Nature's Answer Capsicum - Cayenne Pepper Liquid, 1 oz

Each serving is guaranteed to contain a minimum of 10,000 scoville heating units.


If you've ever eaten hot peppers you know that they promote sweating and thin mucus secretions. If you're congested, a bowl of chilli can clear your sinuses.

A pinch of cayenne pepper powder in a cup of hot water makes an excellent gargle to sooth a sore throat.

Frontier Natural Cayenne Pepper - Ground, 90000 hu- 1 lbs

Frontier Natural Cayenne Pepper - Ground, 90000 hu- 1 lbs




External Cayenne Pepper Healing

Capsaicin has an irritating effect when applied to the skin.

At first.

Later, it becomes a topical analgesic and can relieve pain that nothing else will touch. Many people obtain relief from conditions from arthritis to vascular headaches by use of a capsaicin cream, ointment, or nasal spray.

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Health Secrets of Cayenne Powder

Capsaicin powder is an herbal styptic. It can be used to arrest excessive bleeding.

You don't need to buy capsaicin capsules to try this cayenne pepper cure. The ground cayenne on the grocer's shelf will do just fine.

Test it the next time you cut yourself. Even if the cut is so large that you need to go to the hospital for stitches. Pack the wound with cayenne powder before you leave the house.

It doesn't sting and won't infect the wound. The nurse will have to clean the capsaicin powder out of the wound but you won't lose nearly as much blood as you would if you only applied pressure.

The ability to warm constantly cold feet is another of the benefits of cayenne pepper. Sprinkle the powder inside your socks to obtain cayenne pepper healing for your cold feet.

Cayenne Powder

Cayenne Powder

  • Promotes healthy cholesterol already in normal range
  • Delivers more oxygen
  • Naturally warms the body for increased flexibility & comfort
Cayenne contains a special class of phytochemicals called flavonoids. These powerful free radical scavengers help preserve the strength and integrity of arterial walls, allowing the body to deliver nutrients and oxygen throughout the body.


The capsicum information on this page is offered for informational purposes only. It is not meant as medical advice. You should consult trained medical professionals to help you with any serious medical condition.

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Capsicum Oleoresin Capsicum oleoresin is the substance in cayenne peppers (often misspelled cayanne pepper) which makes them burn. This is why this cayenne extract is used in topical capsaicin spray.

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Capsaicin Cream Capsaicin cream contains the pure extract of cayenne peppers. It is this hot cayenne oil that gives topical capsaicin products the power to stop arthritis pain cold.

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