1 Spice & Water…Clean Clogged Arteries
The number one health problem is cardiovascular disease (Clean Clogged Arteries). We’re talking about arteries that are affecting important certain organs that go to your heart, your brain, your lungs, your kidneys, and everywhere else.
But I’m going to talk about cayenne pepper as I’m going to share a research article from the Journal of Applied Chemistry, and the title is called Blood Circulation stimulation Properties of Cayenne Pepper and the Healing medicinal Properties of Cayenne Pepper that makes it so healing to our arteries is the capsaicin.
Yes, that is that firing spice. But it’s filled with vitamin E, vitamin C, as well as keratinoids. The antioxidants can help your arteries significantly. And cayenne peppers used worldwide to treat a variety of health conditions, including poor circulation, weak digestion, heart disease, chronic pain, sore throats, headaches, as well as toothaches.
But I would agree from the research that I’m about to share with you, that if there’s one spice that you would want when it comes to your health as well as helping your arteries, it is definitely cayenne pepper.
Cardiovascular disease includes metabolic syndrome, increased bad cholesterol, increased sugar, obesity, hypertension and arterial stiffness. And from our poor diet to process refined foods that we’ve been eating, the inflammation that occurs within our body, we start developing more plaquing. More sugar means more cholesterol, the bad cholesterol, the LDLs.
As this starts to occur inside the arteries, it starts to grow slowly over time, obstructing blood supply to the important organs. And that capsaicin, that heat that you feel for your body gets right into the bloodstream. You can feel your body warming up as it brings more circulation throughout the cells of your body.
And there’s no doubt that cayenne pepper helps increase circulation. It helps regulate and balance out blood pressure. Its antioxidant action lowers the bad cholesterol and triglyceride levels as cayenne pepper works like a rotor going through the arteries as it causes vasodilation, opening up the arteries so more blood supply can get to the heart, the brain, as well as all the organs in your body.
It also strengthens the arteries and capillaries when fatty deposits settle on the walls of your arteries. This can cause the walls inside the intima to become hardened as cayenne pepper sweeps through those arteries help strengthen and improve the elasticity of their walls.
And a capsaicin in cayenne pepper has anticoagulant properties. It reduces blood clotting tendencies. It helps discourage platelet adhesions. In other words, it thins the thick blood to prevent blood clots that cause heart attacks and strokes.
So you want to take a glass of warm water, about a half a teaspoon of cayenne pepper, put it in there, stir it up, and drink it right down. If you have a sensitive stomach, drink it after or during a meal, it’s okay. You can actually do it again later on in the day.
You can also mask that spice using a little bit of honey as well as some lemon juice in there. It may make it easier to put the cayenne pepper and water down. But when it comes to cleaning those arteries and getting that oxygen to those important organs your heart, your brain, your kidneys, your liver, as well as all other organs there is nothing like cayenne pepper.
And if you look into shed those pounds, cayenne pepper has thermogenic effects. It increases the metabolic rate to speed it up. And I will attach the research article in the description below. So if you don’t want to drink your cayenne pepper, start utilizing it.
Put it in your smoothies, put it on your food, however you like, but try to get some of that cayenne pepper in your body and you will reap those rewards. And I wish you only good health. Please share this video with your friends and family. Leave your comments below. And most important, make it a great day. I’m Dr. Alan Mandel.
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