How Cayenne Pepper Can Help You with Heart Attack?

Few people fully understand the benefits and nutritional value of cayenne pepper.

There is a reason why people consuming chili peppers (one of the best sources for cayenne pepper) are among the healthiest people in the world.

This simple and powerful ingredient can save your life, by preventing a heart attack in just one minute.

If you didn’t do it by now, make sure to have one cayenne pepper in your first aid kid.

Doctor Richard Schulz is the latest doctor to examine and explain the health benefits of cayenne pepper.

He treats patients with a cup of tea made out of cayenne pepper and claim that he has never lost a patient to a heart attack in his 35-year long career.

One minute is all it takes for patients to recover from the attack.

Nutritional Value of Cayenne Pepper

What makes cayenne pepper so healthy is the nutritional value of the compound.

In one teaspoon of cayenne pepper, you get 26 different nutrients, including important minerals such as magnesium, calcium, selenium, and zinc.

As for vitamins, cayenne pepper is a great source for vitamin C and vitamin A. All these minerals and vitamins make cayenne pepper one of the best remedies for your heart and cardiovascular diseases.

Health Benefits of Cayenne Pepper

There are many health benefits of cayenne pepper, but I will list just some of them.

  • Cayenne pepper has antifungal properties
  • Cayenne pepper can be used to treat ailments
  • Can prevent a migraine and headaches
  • Improves your digestive system by stimulating production of gastric juices
  • Cayenne pepper helps with other stomach problems, but also with flu symptoms, obesity, toothache and allergies
  • Cayenne pepper has anticancer properties, and some studies have shown that consuming cayenne pepper significantly reduces the risk of cancer, especially for lung cancer
  • Cayenne Pepper has anti-bacterial properties
  • Helps with weight loss

How to Use Cayenne Pepper for Heart Attack Prevention

Cayenne pepper is among the hottest chili peppers in the world, scoring 90,000 on the Scoville scale.

Some chili peppers with the same value include habanero, Thai chi, Jamaican hot pepper, an African bird, Jalapeno and other pepper species.

To prevent heart attack, all you need to do is give the person suffering a teaspoon of cayenne pepper in a glass of warm water.

One word of advice, the patient must be conscious for the remedy to work. If the patient is unconscious, another remedy is required.

For this case, you need cayenne pepper extract and you can put few drops under the tongue of the patient.

Since cayenne pepper is one of the most powerful stimulants, it will rapidly increase the heart rate of the patient and deliver blood to all vital organs of the body, all while balancing the circulation of the patient.

Your Home Tincture Cayenne Pepper Recipe

If you want to prepare a tincture for emergency cases, you can follow the instructions of Dr. Schulz.

For this tincture, you need cayenne pepper powder, few fresh cayenne peppers, some alcohol (50% alcohol works the best, and vodka is preferred since it does not have taste or color), 1-liter glass bottle, and gloves for safety.

You might ask why safety, but cayenne pepper is so hot, that touching it might cause burning sensation on your hands.

Now, to prepare the remedy, you need a quarter of a glass bottle filled with cayenne powder.

The next step is to pour in alcohol to cover the powder.

Get your blender or food processor, and mix up to three fresh cayenne peppers with alcohol to get a sauce-like consistency.

Add the sauce to the bottle, which will bring the bottle up to three-quarters full.

Top it off with alcohol and put a lid on. Shake the bottle and then leave the tincture in a dark place to stay for two weeks.

After that, strain it and you can use it. Make sure to always store the tincture in a dry and dark place so it doesn’t spoil.

How to Use the Tincture

According to Doctor Schulz, five to ten drops of the tincture is all it takes for the conscious patient to recover after a heart attack or stroke.

After five minutes, give the patient another five to ten drops of the tincture.

Make sure to repeat the treatment until the condition of the patient improves.

In a situation where the patient is unconscious, put few drops of the tincture under the tongue of the patient and give him/her CPR.

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