Cayenne, one of the hottest and most popular spices in the world, brings truly astounding health benefits. In fact, Dr. Richard Shulze says that if you master only one herb in your life, master cayenne pepper because it is more powerful than anything else.
The cayenne pepper, scientifically named capsicum minimum, has an unmistakable flavor and is often used to make hot and spicy dishes. This plant does more than just make mouths water however; the herb is also well-known for its healing properties. The active ingredient capsaicin is found within the fruit of the plant, and it is often dried for use in herbal treatments such as arthritis, muscle pain, sore throat. And it said to have heart-protective qualities to boost the immune system and will even help stop bleeding from a cut or wound!
In this post, I’m sharing Rosalee de la Forêt’s article on How to Make Cayenne Salve which tackles its benefits to ease the pain. The author shares that when cayenne is used topically, it can relieve many different types of pain, from diabetic neuropathy, shingles, migraine headaches, back aches, arthritis, menstrual cramps and bruises.
To learn this super simple salve and bring big-time pain relief, click the link below…