Tincture - Cayenne Pepper

Cayenne Pepper, a member of the nightshade family, contains capsaicin. Capsaicin is very beneficial and supports both the immune and cardiovascular system. It has been used for inflammation, ulcers, circulation, boosts metabolism, nerve and joint pain.

Many have commented on how this tincture used in a hot herbal tea will really clear the sinuses and works well during allergy season.

Cayenne peppers bright red color signals its high content of beta-caroten or pro-vitamin A.

This tincture goes very well in hot coffee and in hot chocolate. It can be used in cold beverages but may seem a bit confusing to the senses because of the heat sensation in an iced beverage.

The Cayenne Tincture can additionally be used as a topical with care. You may apply a few drops at a time to swollen joints or cold extremities. A full dropper full may be added to a foot bath to soak in and help with circulation. The tincture will not burn the skin physically but could be activated through warmth from the sun or sweating.  Do not use a heating pad with this product as a topical as it could be overwhelming.  Cayenne will stain clothing, so please take care.

Contradictions – Cayenne tincture is not to be taken if pregnant, not for young children, ACE inhibiters, antacides or if you suffer from IBS. Please be very careful when handling this product as it will sting sensitive skin areas such as eyes, nose and lips.  Please speak with your heath care professional in regards to Cayenne and any prescription drugs that you may be taking. Please keep out of reach from children and pets.


1 ounce dropper bottle with an indefinite shelf life to be kept at room temperature.

Use "just" 5 to 10 "drops" in a beverage daily for maintenance. Can be taken up to 3 times daily depending on how it reacts with your digestion. Curative high doses are for short term only.

Please take care when using herbal remedies and products. We highly recommend reading our page regarding "Precautions and Contradictions" and additionally, "What is a Tincture?". High dosages could cause stomach upset.

We recommend other circulatory tinctures such as ginger root and cinnamon to complement each other.  They can be taken safely together.

 

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