Did you know that there is a common spice in almost every kitchen that could rebuild the gut wall? So, when this spice improves and rebuilds the gut wall, it will provide many health benefits, such as improved digestion, destroy cancer cells, stop a heart attack in its tracks and it’s also extremely useful as a weight loss aid.

So, we guess you want to know more about this spice and what’s the name of it, right? Well, lets get on with it, shall we? The cayenne plant’s (capsicum annuum) hot fruit has been used as a superb culinary spice for hundreds of years and it can be one of the most important medicinal herbs in the entire plant kingdom. This is because of the many reasons mentioned above.


It’s loaded with many healthy nutrients, such as: Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin B complex, calcium and potassium. Several studies have confirmed that cayenne can rebuild the tissue on the stomach and the peristaltic action in the intestines. This spice also works as a catalyst. It increases the effectiveness of other herbs, plants and alternative cancer treatments.

You’ve probably noticed that after eating chips and salsa with gusto, you get a runny nose, right? Well, that’s because the cayenne warms the entire body and stimulates the release of mucus from the respiratory passages. And you’ve probably noticed that when you eat fresh hot pepper, it will clear your sinuses and it will cause sweating.

Well, the cayenne peppers raise the body temperature, because it stimulates circulation and blood flow to the skin. Did you know that herbs and plants that promote fever and sweating are considered to have diaphoretic (sweat inducing) action? This will help you reduce the fever and it will help you relieve congestion of sinuses and colds.


The most important and active compound in cayenne is capsaicin. Dr. Sanjay K. Srivastava and colleagues, at the University Of Pittsburgh School Of Medicine, in 2004, treated pancreatic cells with capsaicin from cayenne. The researchers have found that capsaicin disrupted mitochondrial function and induced apoptosis (programmed cell death) in cancerous cells without affecting normal pancreatic cells.

They’ve published the study results in April, 20th, 2005, in the Innovations Report magazine. In this article, Dr. Sanjay K. Srivastava said that their results showed that capsaicin is a potential anti-cancer agent. Capsaicin induces apoptosis in cancer cells and produces no significant damage to normal pancreatic cells, indicating its potential use as a novel chemotherapeutic agent for pancreatic cancer.

This wasn’t the only one. There was another article, published in Reuters magazine, on March 16, 2006, which was entitled “Hot Pepper Kills Prostate Cancer Cells in Study”. One of the lead researchers of the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and the UCLA School of Medicine, Dr. Soren Lehmann, said that capsaicin had a profound anti-proliferative effect on human prostate cancer cells in culture.

Capsaicin caused almost 80% of the prostate cancer cells growing in mice to commit suicide in a process, which is known as apoptosis. According to a study, conducted by group of researchers in Japan, medical experts have also found that cayenne pepper can dramatically slow the development of prostate tumors, and it’s an excellent addition to alternative cancer treatment for this type of cancer.

We can also say that cayenne pepper is incredibly nourishing the heart as well. It has been known to stop heart attacks in just 30 seconds. So, if cayenne’s cancer fighting capabilities are not enough, its effects upon the venous structure and heart are nothing short of miraculous. So, guys, if you want to carry something in your first aid kit for a heart attack – cayenne tincture should be your first and best option.

Dr. John R. Christopher has more than 35 years of practice, and working with people and teaching in the medical service. He said that he never lost any patient from heart attack, any time he got a house call. Dr. John said that whenever he got a house call for a heart attack patient, he goes to their house immediately and if the patient is still breathing, he pours down a cup of cayenne tea (1 tsp. of cayenne in a cup of hot water) and in just few minutes they are up and walking.

We can also say that there is other evidence that shows how cayenne pepper can be useful for treating obesity as well. According to a recent study, the study results showed that consumption of 10 grams of cayenne pepper with meals helped to reduce appetite, while results of another revealed that cayenne increases the metabolism of dietary fats. Did you know that old herbalists from centuries past would pour some cayenne pepper directly on fresh wounds in order to sterilize and stop bleeding?

A lot of people in the world, almost 90%, may have worms and different parasites in our organism. So, let me tell you the simplest and the most effective way to get rid of them. Start drinking cayenne drink immediately! All you have to do is fill up a glass with water or your favorite juice and then add ¼ tsp of cayenne pepper. Stir it well and drink it all at once. It will be a bit spicy, but don’t worry – you’ll get used to it very shortly.


Well guys, you can notice that the amazing and healing powers of cayenne pepper are unbelievable. We can easily say that this wonder herb is one of the most important and most beneficial herbs for treating and fighting against many health conditions. The famous Dr. Richard Shulze said that if you master just one herb in your life time, then you should master cayenne pepper. This is because cayenne pepper is more powerful than any other.

If you don’t use cayenne pepper, start using it immediately. Make a cayenne tea in the morning with hot water, or make the cayenne drink in the afternoon. It’s extremely healthy and great anti-cancer treatment.

You can also keep a cayenne tincture in your house and in your car, if you have one – just in case! We really hope you find this article helpful and please share it with your friends and family, so they can learn how important cayenne pepper is!

Source: thetruthaboutcancer.com