You’ve probably didn’t know that you can stop a heart attack with one simple but very powerful spice. Cayenne pepper is the magical spice that can stop a heart attack in just 60 seconds.

How cayenne pepper can stop a heart attack?

Some famous healers such as Dr. Richard Schulze and Dr. John Christopher are revealing the fact about the health power of cayenne pepper. Dr. John Christopher says that for 35 years of medical practice, he never lost a single heart attack patient. For that he is thankful to cayenne pepper. He gives the patients a cup of cayenne pepper tea (1tsp. cayenne pepper in a cup of warm water) and in a minute they are feeling better.
It is good to be noted that these health practitioners speak from their personal experience and not just speculating about this issue.

Cayenne pepper must have at least 90,000 heat units 90,000(H.U.) to be capable to stop a heart attack. If the person is conscious, mix 1 tsp. of cayenne powder in a cup of warm water and give it to the patient to drink. If the patient is unconscious than use a cayenne pepper tincture and put a few drops under their tongue.
Cayenne pepper works as a powerful stimulant. It improves heart rate and brings blood to all body parts, enhancing the circulation. It also has hemostatic properties to stop bleeding instantly, and aids in heart attack rehabilitation.

Other benefits of cayenne pepper
• Cayenne pepper has antifungal properties; helps prevent the occurrence of Colletotrichum and Phomopsis, a genus of fungi.
• It is beneficial for the digestive system, relieves gases and increases the production of gastric juices.
• It is suggested that capsaicin that is found in cayenne pepper has anti-cancer properties.
• Cayenne pepper is often used in many formulas for arthritis, for treating flu symptoms, migraines, obesity, allergies, redness and toothache.

Nutritional profile of cayenne pepper

Cayenne contains around 26 different nutrients, including minerals such as Calcium, Zinc, Magnesium and Selenium and vitamins such as Vitamin C and Vitamin A.

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