Capsicum to the Rescue!

cayenne peppersOne of the major herb companies in the United States started because the founder had ulcers, and had been told that taking cayenne powder (capsicum) could help with the healing process in his stomach. He began using it, and found it to be effective. The only problem was that it was very hot to the taste. He and other family members conceived the idea of putting it in gelatin capsules, and this was the beginning of a very large company, called Nature’s Sunshine, and also the beginning of the capsulated herb industry.
Cayenne Pepper, or capsicum, with its red color, naturally makes us think of the circulatory system, and it is one of the fastest and most effective stimulants for dilating capillaries and allowing good blood flow.
Recently a good friend was admitted to the hospital with chest pains and other symptoms. One of the first things that doctors did was to check her circulatory system, and thankfully, they did not discover any concerns there, and she was released after a couple of days of monitoring.
I realized from this experience that it would be helpful to share a simple, but very beneficial piece of information. I have seen numerous circumstances where the fast-acting and potent effects of capsicum have been helpful to people in circulatory distress by almost instantaneously dilating capillaries and opening the flow of blood.
I would make a suggestion that your first aid kit, or purse, or pocket, always be equipped with a couple of capsules of capsicum, which can be swallowed, or opened and poured into the mouth. In order to get the fastest, strongest result, you do need to open the capsules and taste the hot capsicum peppers, but the general result is that they will cause the face to flush, and bodily fluids to flow, such as saliva, mucous and blood, and this can be of immeasurable value at the onset of extreme circulatory distress. It should be noted that you do need to wash this down with some water, and that the hot, spicy taste is intense, but will go away in a short time.
So, whether the condition is cold feet or hands, shock, or much more serious need for the body to have good blood circulation, this good old cooking herb favorite of those who like spicy foods, provides strong, fast, effective results. May your health always be your greatest wealth. Dallin–The Herbmaster

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