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Cayenne Pepper: Health Benefits and Nutrients

  1. Cayenne pepper is a cultivar of and derived from red pepper or chili pepper, a plant species from the nightshade family. Cayenne pepper is known to most people as a culinary spice. Cayenne pepper has many good and healthy properties. It can help regulate specific health conditions. As a rule, there are no side effects if you use it correctly and in normal amounts.

What is cayenne pepper?

  1. Origin

Nutrients in Cayenne

  1. Cayenne pepper contains carotenoids, flavonoids, oil and vitamin C. For medical purposes, the capsaicinoids in cayenne pepper are particularly relevant, including capsaicin. These lead to irritation of the mucous membranes, which irritate certain receptors in the skin and increase blood circulation. These are responsible for both pain

Applications

  1. Internal use

Side Effects

  1. Gastrointestinal complaints and pregnancy



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