Your garden might be looking to grow something that is healthy for you. If you’re wondering what to add, you might want to consider growing some red hot chili peppers for the cayenne pepper that you can get from it. You can grow it for both medicinal and herbal aims, as it can serve both equally well.
Veins, arteries and capillaries – all these need help. These things are under constant attack from unhealthy eating habits. That means that whatever help they can get will help immensely and cayenne pepper can really give them the kick they need.
Capsicum from cayenne pepper can flush out toxins from your blood stream. It keeps your arteries clean, leading to improved circulation. That means that it could potentially prevent heart attacks from occurring.
Cayenne pepper also gets your saliva flowing. Aside from what cartoons tell us about saliva, saliva is also important because it can get your digestive system rolling. The herb’s heat gets your peristaltic motion going and can help you digest and pass everything you eat.
Capsicum does more than just clean up your digestive system. It gets rid of flatulence, which can help during social situations and can keep you from becoming staggeringly sea sick. If you’ve got weak stomach muscles, you could also use cayenne pepper to strengthen it.
Cayenne pepper brings a ton of health benefits with it. You might not want to just eat it, as it is very, very hot. Luckily, there are a number of ways to eat it.
Seasoning is the best and most common way to do it. If you’ve got a particularly sensitive tongue or stomach, you could combine it with milk or even beer.
Start small. One sixteenth of a teaspoon’s worth of cayenne pepper is a good start.