This is probably the most effective and harmless stimulant in the herbal kingdom, cayenne. That's right cayenne. It produces an immediate effect of heat and energy. It is not known to actually burn or blister although in pure strength, it may taste like liquid fire.The renowned dr. and surgeon, William Beaumont found that cayenne in no way irritates the lining of the stomach, despite its sensation of great heat. Cayenne cleans infected mucus from the stomach, digestive tract,circulatory system and other organs.It does not produce mucus. Increased circulation to the stomach gives it a healthy pink glow, not to be mistaken for irritation. Cayenne stops the flow of all unnatural bleeding within seconds by rerouting the blood away from the wound.It may be used internally or externally with the same results.It is probably the best correction for bleeding ulcers! For heart attacks,prop up the patient and have them drink 1 full cup of hot cayenne tea(1tsp-1cup hot water)down and the attack will stop immediately.A powerful influence is exerted at the same time over the nervous system to produce a great calm of abundant energy.Again,all unnatural bleeding will cease,internally and externally, but menstrual bleeding and internal
bleeding of a cleansing nature will not.Much gas is often expelled as Cayenne works to restore order, thus headaches are commonly relieved.For heart circulation take cayenne working up to 3tsp/day. This increases the power of the heart and corrects the circulation problems. Cayenne should be part of every emergency kit and its regular use as a food cannot be too strongly recommended.
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